Sophomore Night

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Thursday, February 21 was a bittersweet moment for all the sophomore athletes at Snow College. It was a last for everything as they participated in their last home game at Snow College. Parents came down to walk out on the court with their sophomore as they were recognized while receiving a valuable gift from their teammates and coaches. 

At halftime, the Badgerettes and cheerleaders performed their last home game half time performance followed by their sophomore recognition. The football team walked out on the court and recognized D. Bob for always being a great supporter at all of the games. The team awarded him some really nice Jordan basketball shoes as he said a few words. 

The girls and boys basketball team gave it their all and left their hearts out on the court. At the beginning of the game, the boy’s basketball team was cutting it close with CSI. The score was super close and the crowd was roaring with excitement! The crowd was huge and was filled with parents, other students, and athletes. 

The end result was amazing when everyone gathered around and cheered on both girls and boy’s basketball team’s to victory. Each team member was able to cut down a piece of the net at the end of the game. Both teams will be going to region and play USU Eastern on the first of March.   

Hi, My name is Maddison Price and am a sophomore here at Snow College. I was born in Salt Lake City and raised in Eureka, Utah. I graduated from Tintic High, a 1A school with the population of only 130 students 7th-12th. I have been involved in many sports such as cheer, volleyball, basketball, and track. My favorite sport growing up has always been cheerleading. I have cheered for 7 years, and am currently a cheerleader here at Snow. In my free time I enjoy hanging with friends, exploring, going on road trips and watching movies. After Snow, I plan to go to Utah State University and receive my bachelors degree in Deaf and Communicative Disorders

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