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High school football: Naples High takes on Greenwich Cardinals

Naples Senior Jenna Gates sports a mask and dyed hair as she showed her support for the Golden Eagles.

Photo by GREG KAHN, Daily News

Naples Senior Jenna Gates sports a mask and dyed hair as she showed her support for the Golden Eagles.

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  • The sign located at the entrance of Naples High School says it all: that the game between Naples High and Greenwich High is sold out.
  • LeRoy Huenefeld takes parking money from fans who were beginning to show up early for the Naples High game versus Greenwich High. The game, being played at Naples High, was sold out.
  • Vicki Casey was the first Naples High fan to show up to wait in line. She arrived at 4:30. She is a 1974 graduate of Naples High.
  • Janet Glancy, right, prepares banners with Pam Storrar, left, just before the game between Naples High and Greenwich High was to begin. Fans started lining up at 4:30 for the big game.
  • Fans wait outside Staver Field to get into tonight's Naples High game against Greenwich High School.
  • Volunteers prepare for the incoming fans shortly before game time. Large crowds are expected for the game between Naples High and Greenwich High Friday night.
  • Naples High fans wait outside before the game against Greenwich High.
  • Tom Long and Ann Long of Naples wait outside Staver Fierd before the game before 5:30. Their grandson Tony Perez-Benitoa plays for Naples High and they wanted to cheer him and the team on.
  • Greenwich High cheerleaders cheer for their team shortly before the start of the game between Naples High and Greenwich High Friday night.
  • Connie Ledbetter sells Naples High t-shirts before the start of Friday night's sold out game against Greenwich High.
  • Naples High School seniors Samantha Bradley, left, and Grace Fentruss test out their noise makers shortly before the beginning of the Naples High football game against Greenwich High on Friday night.
  • Kathie Lee Gifford claps after singing the National Anthem along with other fans during pre-game activities at Naples High Staver Field Friday night.
  • Kathie Lee Gifford, left, talks with her husband Frank Gifford, right, while holding 3-year-old Treyvon Higgins from Atlanta, Ga., a young fan who was in the crowd during Friday night's game at Naples High.
  • Kathie Lee Gifford, left, holds young Greenwich fan 3-year-old Treyvon Higgins, as Frank Gifford, far right, watches pre-game activities during Friday night's game Naples High vs. Greenwich High.
  • Frank Gifford, in yellow jacket, applauds the Greenwich High football team as they enter onto the field on Friday night at Naples High.
  • Naples High's Greg Pratt gets some yardage during first quarter action at Naples High Friday night.
  • Naples High's Carlos Hyde (#34) makes yardage in the first quarter against a Greenwich High defender on Friday night.
  • Fans cheer on the Naples High football team during first quarter action Friday night at Naples High's Staver Field.
  • Naples High head coach Bill Kramer gives direction during first quarter action against Greenwich High on Friday night.
  • Naples High band members wait to take the field on Friday night. There was a moment of silence for Troy Goode at the beginning of the game. Goode, who was a member of the Naples High band, died Thursday after falling ill from an adverse reaction to sulpha medication.
  • Naples High band members cheer at the beginning of the Naples High game against Greenwich High.
  • Naples' Chris Zahn is greeted by teammates after sacking Greenwich's quarterback, stopping the Cardinals on a fourth down in the second quarter as the Golden Eagles played Greenwich High School at Staver Field on Friday night.
  • Naples' Greg Pratt (1) breaks a tackle on his way to a first down during the fourth quarter as the Golden Eagles played Greenwich High School. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Naples quarterback Craig Wingate (8) runs for a first down against Greenwich High School in the fourth quarter. The Eagles won 31-12. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Greenwich's Jonathan Meyers (44) tries to break free from the grip of Naples' Kyle Lindquist (45) during the second quarter. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • #1 RB Greg Pratt has plenty of room to run and was having a great game against Greenwich high during first half action Friday night. Pratt scored two touchdowns in the first half.Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Naples quarterback Craig Wingate (8) tries to get around Greenwich star Jonathan Meyers (44) during a third down in the second quarter. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Naples Senior Jenna Gates sports a mask and dyed hair as she showed her support for the Golden Eagles.
  • Fans cheer Naples' first touchdown of the game in the first half as Naples took a 10-0 lead over Greenwich High School. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Naples running back Greg Pratt (1) is greeted by teammates after he scored his third touchdown of the game in the fourth quarter. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Naples Nick Alajajian (58) emerges from a crowd of students with the team flag after The Golden Eagles beat Greenwich High School 30-12 at Staver Field on Nov. 9, 2007. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • A sticker with Troy Goode's initials was placed on every Naples football player's helmet for their game against Greenwich to honor their classmate who died the night before.
  • Naples head coach Bill Kramer is greeted by fans as he leads his team onto the field before the start of the game as the Golden Eagles took on Greenwich High School on Nov. 9, 2007 at Staver Field.
  • Naples' Chris Zahn sacks Greenwich quarterback Tucker Stafford in the second quarter.

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