Friday Night Lights – Week 2


Piqua’s defense, including Micah Karn, 11, Ben Schmiesing, 23, and Devon Brown, 35, smother a Franklin ball carrier.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Piqua City Schools Teacher of the Year for 2017, Paula Schmiesing is recognized during a break in the action Friday night.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Piqua’s student section was decked out in patriotic fashion during Friday’s game against Franklin.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Brennan Toopes, 51, makes a leaping attempt to block a Franklin pass.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

United Way Pacesetters for 2017 were recognized during half-time of the Piqua game on Friday. Seventeen companies have raised $285,000 dollars to day, roughly half of the 2017 goal of $565,000 dollars.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

The Pride of Piqua was joined on Friday by the Piqua High School Alumni Band to entertain at half-time.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Piqua’s defense, including Micah Karn, 11, Ben Schmiesing, 23, and Devon Brown, 35, smother a Franklin ball carrier.

Piqua City Schools Teacher of the Year for 2017, Paula Schmiesing is recognized during a break in the action Friday night.

Piqua’s student section was decked out in patriotic fashion during Friday’s game against Franklin.

Brennan Toopes, 51, makes a leaping attempt to block a Franklin pass.

United Way Pacesetters for 2017 were recognized during half-time of the Piqua game on Friday. Seventeen companies have raised $285,000 dollars to day, roughly half of the 2017 goal of $565,000 dollars.

The Pride of Piqua was joined on Friday by the Piqua High School Alumni Band to entertain at half-time.

Piqua’s defense, including Micah Karn, 11, Ben Schmiesing, 23, and Devon Brown, 35, smother a Franklin ball carrier.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/09/web1_FNL1-1.jpgPiqua’s defense, including Micah Karn, 11, Ben Schmiesing, 23, and Devon Brown, 35, smother a Franklin ball carrier. Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Piqua City Schools Teacher of the Year for 2017, Paula Schmiesing is recognized during a break in the action Friday night.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/09/web1_FNL2-1.jpgPiqua City Schools Teacher of the Year for 2017, Paula Schmiesing is recognized during a break in the action Friday night. Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Piqua’s student section was decked out in patriotic fashion during Friday’s game against Franklin.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/09/web1_FNL3-1.jpgPiqua’s student section was decked out in patriotic fashion during Friday’s game against Franklin. Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Brennan Toopes, 51, makes a leaping attempt to block a Franklin pass.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/09/web1_FNL4-1.jpgBrennan Toopes, 51, makes a leaping attempt to block a Franklin pass. Mike Ullery | Daily Call

United Way Pacesetters for 2017 were recognized during half-time of the Piqua game on Friday. Seventeen companies have raised $285,000 dollars to day, roughly half of the 2017 goal of $565,000 dollars.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/09/web1_FNL5-1.jpgUnited Way Pacesetters for 2017 were recognized during half-time of the Piqua game on Friday. Seventeen companies have raised $285,000 dollars to day, roughly half of the 2017 goal of $565,000 dollars. Mike Ullery | Daily Call

The Pride of Piqua was joined on Friday by the Piqua High School Alumni Band to entertain at half-time.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/09/web1_FNL6-1.jpgThe Pride of Piqua was joined on Friday by the Piqua High School Alumni Band to entertain at half-time. Mike Ullery | Daily Call