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Photo Gallery: Orange and Black scrimmage

To kick off Friday night football at NCHS, the varsity, junior varsity, and freshman football players held a scrimmage on Friday, August 19.

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  • Freshman football players finish their scrimmage.

  • Freshman cheerleaders stand at attention while watching the game.

  • The scoreboard was not functioning during most of the scrimmage.

  • Students and parents watch from the stands.

  • Freshman cheerleaders rally the crowd.

  • As the scrimmage finishes, players stop to get a drink as they exit the field.

  • Freshman football players exit the field while sophomore players run on in preparation to play.

  • Sophomore players complete warm-ups before playing.

  • Sophomore players huddle before beginning the scrimmage.

  • Sophomore players are introduced to the crowd.

  • Parent volunteers sell school spirit wear.

  • Student Council sold hot dogs, chips, and a drink for $3 as one of their fundraisers.

  • Varsity cheerleaders warm-up before the varsity scrimmage. Reagan Volz (11) performs a stunt.

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Melissa Schill is a senior at NCHS. This is her third year working for the Inkspot, and she is the Editor in Chief. Melissa is also involved in the Principal Advisory Committee and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Random fact about me: I was homeschooled in 7th and 8th grade. Farthest I've been from home: Nairobi, Kenya. Likes: Dancing, writing, hiking, and traveling. Guilty pleasure: Brownies and mint chocolate chip ice cream.
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