Woodlake Varsity Football Players amped up the crowd, ahead of Friday night's game.
Phillip Woods, Varsity Captain, says, "We're pretty pumped up."
"Pretty confident, I mean we have a good chance to win, coming off a win," says Eric Martinez, Varsity Captain.
The Tigers will be the visiting team tonight, but that's nothing new. They'll play every game this season on the road. That's because the high school's football field is out of commission.
"We were pretty devastated, because we wanted to end our senior year at home and we wanted to go out with a bang, but it's kinda hard when you're all away games," says Woods.
No home games also means no homecoming game. Instead, a community rally will be held at the city park.
Raul Quintero, Athletic Director says, "It was a tough decision going into this, but like I said something has to give."
Eventually, students will have a brand new field and an all weather track. For now, what they have is their pride.
Jazmine Galvan, High School Senior, says "I actually see more tiger pride around and more people wearing colors."
She has cheered on her team at all of the away games this season so far. She plans to make the trip every Friday night.
Galvan says, "They need the support, once a tiger, always a tiger."
Since the team is traveling to every one of their games this season, once the field is complete next year, all of their games will be at home.
The $2 million construction project is expected to be complete by the start of the next school year.