Instead, they're involved in an intense search to find Abigail Hernandez. She’s been missing since Wednesday.
"We ask that you please keep Abby and her family in your thoughts and prayers."
The fans at Kennett High School silent for a moment Friday night.
The football team playing in honor of a classmate now missing for three days.
"We’re all looking for, hoping she's ok, hoping nothing bad happened to her."
"We have not given up hope. We will not give up hope. We will continue to search for her."
Authorities wouldn't offer their theories about what might have happened to 14 year-old Abigail Hernandez. But the effort to find her has been massive.
Search teams scouring the woods, FBI agents stopping cars to ask about her whereabouts.
And these new billboards dotting highways in New Hampshire and Massachusetts in hopes that someone recognizes the teen.
"I continue to ask the public to call 1-800-call-FBI, or visit tips.fbi.gov."
What we know is Abigail was last seen in this outfit leaving Kennett High School around 2:30 Wednesday afternoon.
Police believe she returned to her family's condo in North Conway, but was gone by the time her mother returned home. At this point, no signs of abduction.
"Nothing is being ruled out, but it's being treated as a missing person investigation. We have no evidence, as we've seen here today, that this is foul play."
The search is focused so far on the areas surrounding the path Abigail took home from school. Investigators are also combing through social media sites and phone records looking for details.