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Thursday Night Lights

Jordan Magaziner Steinfeld
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First Baptist Academy’s chili cook-off

First Baptist Academy’s First Friends Association hosted a chili cook-off. The team named “Thursday Night Lights,” won Judge’s Choice Best Chili. Pictured (from left) are Kathy Oliver, Brian Chandler, Richard Burton, Karen Roberson, Vanessa Muniz, Rene Sigman, Kyle Chandler and Marty Herring. (Photo: Erin Montoya)

First Baptist Academy’s First Friends Association hosted a chili cook-off, chaired by Debby Young, prior to the game against The Village School at Warrior Field. Eleven chili cook-off teams competed, but one team in particular brought a fun surprise. The team named “Thursday Night Lights,” headed up by Brian Chandler, parent of seventh-grade football player Blake Chandler, had actor and producer Kyle Chandler (Blake's uncle) under their tent. Parents and students stopped by to snap a selfie with the actor known for his role as Coach Taylor in Friday Night Lights. The team accepted its prize for Judge’s Choice Best Chili out on the turf at halftime before watching Warriors in their 28-7 conference victory. Pictured (from left) are Kathy Oliver, Brian Chandler, Richard BurtonKaren Roberson, Vanessa Muniz, Rene Sigman, Kyle Chandler and Marty Herring.

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