‘The Helmet’ and more football pictures
The Helmet has been a tradition at Kingfisher High School football games since it was built in 1995. Steve Sanders and a group of his friends and Kingfisher residents built the customized golf cart out of a defective liquid fertilizer tank they bought from a manufacturer in Louisiana. Equipped with horns and flashing lights, The Helmet leads the high school football team onto the field and circles the endzone after each touchdown.
You can see more images from tonight’s high school football games by clicking here.
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