The Tuesday, November 20, event held in the stadium generated funds for the school's Student Council, advisor Samantha Heil said.
The Student Council uses the money to adopt a family for Christmas and buy breakfast for donors at the annual blood drive held in the spring.
"Those are the big things," Heil said.
"It's a great group of kids," said Heil. "The Student Council has been running it and organizing it for years."
Student Council treasurer Sierra Miller helped organize the event. "It's always cool to see," Miller said. "It's a very exciting time for the student body. Almost everyone looks forward to it."
With help from some of the school's cheerleaders, Powderpuff cheerleaders had three two-hour practices to hone their routines, senior Tyler Metz said. "Our senior class has a lot of heart and we want to come out and win the game," Metz said. "It's fun to participate and watch the game."
Courtney England, who is also a member of Student Council, played on the seniors squad. "I watched it last year and I loved it so much I wanted to do it my senior year," England said. "Go big or go home."
Her classmate Marin Herrick participated because it provided an opportunity to show school spirit and spend time with friends "I love my grade," Herrick said. "It's a fun group of people. I wanted to hang out with them … and win the game." Neither team won. It was the first 0-0 tie in Rising Sun High Powderpuff history, Heil said.