Kicking Off the Season
Chloe Doak, Renee Haskell, and Makayla Holmberg
BATTER UP: Coach Brad West watches his players warm up for the next game. "I feel excited to see young players coming up. We see a lot of good things coming out of our players so we have a lot of optimism about the upcoming season," West said.
SNEAKY TIGER: Junior Kailee Liles tries to steal a base from Platte County High School. "I'm excited to get to know the girls and watch us grow and bond as a team," Liles said.
STRIKE OUT: Junior Haley Curly pitches the ball to a batter from Blue Springs South High School. "I'm excited for the season to see our team grow as leaders and friends," Curly said.
TEAM MEETING: Coach Stacey Moore motivates the team to keep on going to take the next game. "Jamboree gives us an opportunity to see what we need to work on. I saw a lot of good things, but we also have weaknesses and that will be what we work on at practices," Moore said....
GET READY: The players line up on the field at Friday's Jamboree, ready to run plays. "We had great crowd and we played well," assistant football coach Ian Burch said.
TIGER TRIBE: Juniors Brennen Clouse (27) and Ryan Belt (11) attempt to tackle the opposing team member at the Jamboree Friday. "This should be a good season and I'm excited to play," Belt said.
CHEER UP: The seniors lead the student section in cheering on the Tigers at Friday's Football Jamboree. "We are all just here cheering and getting excited. I'm excited to see how we will progress through the year," loud crowd member Stephanie Janczewski said....
GETTING HYPED: During the game, cheerleader Megan Huggins riles up the crowd at the Football Jamboree Friday. "The thing about the excitement of the crowd is that it really amps up everyone. The moment the crowd is hyped and the cheerleaders, it makes the experience a lot of fun," Huggins said....