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NCEMS SPPS Pep Rally

By: Mia Schmitz

Savannah Engelken

February 01, 2018

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    The Nemaha Central Elementary and Middle School students helped motivate the basketball players for their game against the Sts Peter and Paul Trojans on Monday, January 11.

    The cheerleaders led the crowd in the fight song, which was played by the high school band. Then Dr. Beck announced the girls basketball coaches and players. Coach Heather  Sullivan talked for a little while about how much the girls have improved over the season. Then Mia Schmitz, eighth grade player, gave a little speech about how she wanted everybody to show up for the game.

    Next, Coach Cory Bass introduced assistant coach Todd Krause and then called the boys basketball players to come out on the gym floor and be recognized. Coach Bass talked about how it would be great if everybody came to the game to support the team. Following Coach Bass' speech, Jacob Heinen, an eighth grade player, gave a motivating speech also.

    Usually, after the talks, there is a game for students to participate in. Today’s pep rally was no different. After the cheerleaders set up the game the A-team starters for both the girls and boys basketball teams were called down as participants in the game. The object of the game was to get a cookie from your forehead to your mouth as quickly as you can by using only your facial muscles. The game was very entertaining and the winners were Ella Larkin and Ryan Lueger. After the players were done, the basketball coaches came down to play the game as well.   

    To close the pep rally, the cheerleaders led the “V-I-C-T-O-R-Y” cheer. After a close battle, the second grade won the spirit stick.  The cheerleaders performed the fight song as the last inspiration before the big game with the town rivals, the SPPS Trojans. It was another super exciting pep rally at NCMS!

    Taryn Ganstrom said, “It was a good pep rally and there was a lot of school spirit!”

    Tyler Nolte said, “The pep rally was really nice.”

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