High School Rivalry: Fairborn beats Stebbins on (and off) the field

Published: Friday, September 29, 2017 @ 2:01 PM


            Mad River Local Schools Superintendent Chad Wyen, left, wears a Fairborn Skyhawks jersey while posing with Fairborn City Schools Superintendent Mark North during the Fairborn-Stebbins game. Fairborn City Schools collected more food for area hungry than Mad River. CONTRIBUTED
Mad River Local Schools Superintendent Chad Wyen, left, wears a Fairborn Skyhawks jersey while posing with Fairborn City Schools Superintendent Mark North during the Fairborn-Stebbins game. Fairborn City Schools collected more food for area hungry than Mad River. CONTRIBUTED

Fairborn Skyhawks fed the Stebbins Indians a 38-0 beating Thursday night, while feeding a whole lot of hungry people, too.

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Mad River Local Schools Superintendent Chad Wyen had to wear a Fairborn Skyhawks jersey for the last half of Thursday night’s game after it was announced Fairborn City Schools collected more food for area hungry than Mad River.

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Fairborn City Schools Superintendent Mark North smiled as the effort spearheaded by his two daughters, Alenna and Lexi, collected more than 20,000 pounds of food.

Both districts collected food for the hungry over the past two weeks.

Fairborn blanked rival Stebbins in the Thursday Night Lights match-up. Stebbins will go on to face Xenia next Friday at home, while Fairborn will take on Trotwood-Madison on the road.

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