As the Bucs take on the Falcons on November 4 in football, tennis, field hockey, soccer and cross country, spectators from near and far can keep tabs on which school is ahead in the contest for the Kelley-Potter Cup by visiting www.peddieday.live.
The site, created by Blair alumnus Nick Ladd '12, will be updated throughout the day by student spectators charged with reporting wins and losses as they happen from the sidelines in Hightstown. The URL is different this year than in the past, so longtime Buccaneer fans will have to update the bookmarks on their computers and phones.
"Over the years, Blair and Peddie fans alike have come to rely on this site for the news on how each team is faring, and if you see spectators looking at their phones during a game or match, the chances are they are checking to see how the other athletes are doing," said Athletic Director Paul Clavel '88. "Seeing the results updated in real-time makes the lead-up to the Cup ceremony much more exciting, especially if Blair is ahead!"
As the November 4 contests come to a close, the site will show who won, lost and tied over the course of the day, preserving those results for a year until the rival schools meet again in Blairstown in 2018.