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NCMS Volleyball Tournament Pep Rally

By: Kace Kramer, Colby Schmelzle, and Cayden Edelman

October 05, 2018

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     Nemaha Central Elementary and Middle School held a pep rally for the upcoming volleyball tournament on Friday, September 28.  The cheerleaders started the pep rally off with a cheer to get the student body fired up. After the cheer, Dr. Beck updated everyone on how the football, cross country, and volleyball seasons were going.  Next, Dr. Beck introduced Coach Nikki Honeyman and Coach Lisa Holthaus. The volleyball girls came down to be recognized.  Lilly Schultejans and Anna Hermesch encouraged the students and staff to come and cheer on the Thunder volleyball teams at the Big 7 League Tournaments.

    Finally, it was time for the pep rally game, one of the students' favorite events of the pep rally. Elena Gonzalez and Samantha Holthaus explained the big foot game they were about to play and who would be participating. Some of the seventh grade volleyball players would be challenging the eighth grade volleyball players in a relay game.  Participants would put on their big feet, flip-flops that were glued to a big cardboard foot, and run down and back across the gym with their big feet.  The eighth grade ended up beating the seventh grade. After the game, the cheerleaders ended the pep rally with the annual victory chant. Each grade had to yell V-I-C-T-O-R-Y as loud as they could. The loudest grade would win the Nemaha Central spirit stick. At this pep rally, the fourth grade was the loudest and will keep the spirit stick until the next pep rally.

    “It was really funny when they were playing the big foot game,“ said Kathryn Yunghans.

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