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Disney Spirit Week Day Five: High School Musical

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Basketball coach Russel Bauer succeeds in maneuvering past Archie Williams junior Logan Burke during the Staff vs. Student basketball game on Feb. 9.

On Friday, Feb. 9, Archie Williams students sorted into class colors for Spirit Week Day Five. ASB appointed Friday’s theme, High School Musical, engaging students to wear their assigned class color with sophomores and seniors in black and freshman and juniors in green. The main event of the day was the students versus staff basketball game that took place at lunch. 

Sophomore Joey Griffin enjoyed how Friday’s spirit day was beneficial for building connections between the grade levels. 

“When I see other sophomores and seniors wearing the same color, I feel like a part of a community,” Joey said.

The annual students versus staff basketball game took place at lunch inside the Main Gym. Any student not on the varsity team was allowed to participate in taking on the school’s staff.

The game was dynamic, with many Archie Williams students in attendance, both playing and watching. Despite the loss for the students, sophomore Asa Elder enjoyed the game and was satisfied with how the spirit day went.

“I think today’s spirit day was a big success. I saw many students wearing their colors,” Asa said. “Even though we lost, the game was very fun, and I’m glad I played.”

High School Musical day was filled with many students participating in wearing their assigned colors. It also included a classic tradition with the students versus staff basketball game. The spirit week concluded Saturday night at the Winter Formal Dance taking place at Peacock Gap. 

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Sean is a sophomore, in his first year of journalism. He spends his time outside of school running on his cross country team or playing soccer. He joined the class because of his interest in photography and writing.
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Devin is a sophomore, in his first year of journalism. He loves playing basketball and eating a good slice of pizza. He joined journalism because of his interest in sports journalism.
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