Dah Whoos Kick it Home!

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Dah Whoos Kick it Home!

The 2019 winning kickball team was Dah Whoos: Bryson Rouillier, Gavin Howard, Carson Harvey, Will Woodward, Ryan Morris, Jacob Thorn, Zoom Schneider, Eli Jones, Tristan Bice, and Zeke Myers, all 7th graders.

The 2019 winning kickball team was Dah Whoos: Bryson Rouillier, Gavin Howard, Carson Harvey, Will Woodward, Ryan Morris, Jacob Thorn, Zoom Schneider, Eli Jones, Tristan Bice, and Zeke Myers, all 7th graders.

The 2019 winning kickball team was Dah Whoos: Bryson Rouillier, Gavin Howard, Carson Harvey, Will Woodward, Ryan Morris, Jacob Thorn, Zoom Schneider, Eli Jones, Tristan Bice, and Zeke Myers, all 7th graders.

The 2019 winning kickball team was Dah Whoos: Bryson Rouillier, Gavin Howard, Carson Harvey, Will Woodward, Ryan Morris, Jacob Thorn, Zoom Schneider, Eli Jones, Tristan Bice, and Zeke Myers, all 7th graders.

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The annual GBMS kickball tournament was after school on Thursday, April 11. Students could make a group of 10 people max and have a mix of grades on each team. The entrance fee per team was a minimum of $20, that money as well as the permission slip was due by April 9 at 1:45 after school. The team that raises the most money, and/or wins the tournament, gets to walk to Chickfila for lunch. Before the tournament, the teachers will play their own game, with a theme of heroes vs. villains. Teachers picked which side they wanted to play on. But in the end the heroes won and brought the villains to an end. 

The tournament was single elimination, which means that if a team loses their first game and doesn’t raise the most money, that team is out of the running to walk to Chick-fila. Over the past two years an eighth-grade team called LIG, otherwise known as Life Is Good, has walked to Chick-fil-a.

Ryan Morris, 7th grade, was on the winning kickball team called Dah Whoos, with Zeke Meyers, Zoom Snider, Tristan Bice, Eli Jones, Jacob Thorn, Will Woodward, Carson Harvey, Bryson Rouillier, and Gavin Howard. He stated, “I was surprised that we won the tournament.” He also said he did not think that he could beat the team that knocked a lot of the teams out of the tournament. 

Kenna King, 7th grade, was on a coed kickball team called Lasagna, with Isabella Holley, Isabella McAuliffe, Landon Schulte, Max VanCamp, Ava Chapman, Brianna Perry, Katie Hoffman, Presley Hall, and Leila Ammon. She said, “I didn’t think we could beat some of the older teams, but it was a fun day.” Her team won one game and lost the other to an eighth-grade team, Loss Donors. 

Even though many people wanted to win and walk to Chick-fil-a, there is still a chance, if you and your team raises the most money. The deadline to raise the most money is by Thursday April 18, but there isn’t a set day that the winners will walk to Chick-fil-a. See the slideshow below for pictures from the day.

 

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