Student section makes grand entrance at first home game

Meggie Furlong

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Student section makes grand entrance at first home game

Students march from inside the school into the stands, lead by their section leader, Noah McGarr, senior.

Students march from inside the school into the stands, lead by their section leader, Noah McGarr, senior.

Students march from inside the school into the stands, lead by their section leader, Noah McGarr, senior.

Students march from inside the school into the stands, lead by their section leader, Noah McGarr, senior.

Meggie Furlong, staff writer

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The introduction of the new stadium also brought the start of a new tradition for the student section this season.

Noah McGarr, senior student section leader, has been changing the dynamic of the student section and he has started to create other new traditions since he was elected. Now that the stadium has enough space for all students to sit in the section, McGarr coordinated a large walk out of the united section from the school cafeteria all the way up into the stands.

“It’s for that the wow factor. You have tons of kids coming out and going out to their own song and jumping up and getting crazy and that pumps up everyone and hopefully you’ve added some energy to the game,” McGarr said. “I want to do things that have never been thought of before, that are brand new.”

Students enjoyed the first of many walkouts that McGarr will lead at the home game on September 18, according to Greta Lilly, sophomore.

“Noah just has this fun loving spirit that would make it hard to not want to join in on all the fun, especially at the new stadium,” Lilly said.

As students screamed, cheered, and danced on their lively walk to the stands, McGarr accomplished his goal.

“[I want] A whole new level of energy. It’s our first home game and away games were crazy so far,” McGarr said. “I want this to be over the top. I want it to be something that’s never been seen before. Something that’s never been felt before. So the emotions that are going to come out of this I hope are just too wild to imagine.”

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