St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes students celebrate touchdown with baby powder cloud

Maybe this is the newest trend sweeping the nation, or maybe it’s just an Alexandria original. Either way, check out the student section from St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes, celebrating a touchdown against Episcopal on Friday with a massive baby powder cloud.

For sports fans, St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes is perhaps best known as the school that produced Thomas Boswell and Phillies reliever Michael Schwimer, whom I covered in high school. For non-sports fans, the school also produced Reliable Source writer Amy Argetsinger and Reliable Source subject Tipper Gore.

Episcopal won the game, 22-19. The Saints are 5-4 overall, but 0-3 in the IAC.

(Video by Brian Kapur of D.C. Sports Fan, who reports that a cloud of baby powder eventually engulfed the field.)


Dan Steinberg writes about all things D.C. sports at the D.C. Sports Bog.



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