Seniors partake in Water Wars tradition

Michelle Ricones-Rodriguez, Staff Writer

Used with Permission from Twitter
Water wars is a yearly competition exclusively for seniors. Students posed with their weapons, ready to begin competing.

Water Wars took place April 2428, composed of senior teams.  

Water Wars has been a regular occurrence at Plant, where only seniors participate, and usually occurs a few weeks before their graduation ceremony. 

 “I thought it’d be a lot of fun to spend time with friends before we graduate,” senior Sydney Turton said. “I have a brother who is two years older than meand I saw him go through a lot of it. It looked like a lot of fun, so I’ve been looking forward to it for a while.” 

Some of the rules from the game are that if someone is killed it must be documented on Twitter and you can’t shoot anyone on school grounds. 

“It really takes the fun out of the game,” senior Tee Chulikavit said. “The game was one dollar and was allin good fun. The only thing you’re doing when you cheat in water wars is leaving the worst last impression on your fellow graduating peers.”