First round of ‘Food Fights’ start collecting Monday at Gwinnett schools

Dacula High School senior and student body president Sydney Benson said there’s a rivalry element to the annual Friday Night Food Fight, when clusters go head-to-head to see which can raise the most food for a local food pantry or co-op.

“Everybody gets kind of pumped for the rivalry aspect, but it is something we can look forward to,” Benson said. “We can beat Mountain View even if we don’t beat them during the football game.”