Tigers rally at Courtwarming assembly


From left, Smith-Cotton seniors Chris Brown, Tyshawn Ward and Elijh Choate show their Tiger pride at the S-C Courtwarming assembly Friday afternoon. The S-C student body was getting ready to battle the Warrensburg Tigers on Friday night. The coronation of the courtwarming king and queen and the induction of Ross Dey, posthumously, and the 1990 Smith-Cotton Girls Golf Team into the Athletic Hall of Fame were also a part of the evenings activities.


Senior Blake Potts entertained the enthusiastic crowd as he performed to the western classic “Cotton Eyed Joe” as part of the assembly. Tuesday’s spirit day was Western Day. Prior to Potts performance several S-C teachers did a line dance to the popular song.


From left, S-C cheerleaders Alexis Christian, Jada Wheeler and McKenzie VanSteenberg lead the student body in singing the S-C school song at Friday’s Courtwarming Assembly.


Students Alana Gilgour and Britton Beard dance the polka representing Germany. As a part of the assembly, Evan Lubbert portrayed the popular character Waldo from “Where’s Waldo.” Lubbert appeared at various times in the crowd during the assembly dressed in the costume of a different country to embody the courtwarming theme of Around the World.


Senior Daniel Sherment dresses in his black and gold top hat and tails for Friday’s Black and Gold Day at Smith-Cotton.


Sophomore Elizabeth Matz and senior Jacob Sherrill wait patiently for members of multimedia instructor Bryant Lazenby’s class to film them as part of the lip dub video. The student body lined the hallways of the first floor of Smith-Cotton to take part in the video. This was the second year the students created the film.


The S-C Tiger (Jacob Caver) stands tall with the help of the varsity cheerleaders during S-C’s assembly Friday afternoon. Sponsored by Student Council, the assembly featured numerous student groups perform during the hour-long assembly.


Senior Devin Berry displays some astounding dance moves for the student body as a part of Smith-Cotton’s Courtwarming Assembly Friday afternoon.


From left, Smith-Cotton seniors Chris Brown, Tyshawn Ward and Elijh Choate show their Tiger pride at the S-C Courtwarming assembly Friday afternoon. The S-C student body was getting ready to battle the Warrensburg Tigers on Friday night. The coronation of the courtwarming king and queen and the induction of Ross Dey, posthumously, and the 1990 Smith-Cotton Girls Golf Team into the Athletic Hall of Fame were also a part of the evenings activities.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_tsd022716s-cassemby1.jpgFrom left, Smith-Cotton seniors Chris Brown, Tyshawn Ward and Elijh Choate show their Tiger pride at the S-C Courtwarming assembly Friday afternoon. The S-C student body was getting ready to battle the Warrensburg Tigers on Friday night. The coronation of the courtwarming king and queen and the induction of Ross Dey, posthumously, and the 1990 Smith-Cotton Girls Golf Team into the Athletic Hall of Fame were also a part of the evenings activities.

Senior Blake Potts entertained the enthusiastic crowd as he performed to the western classic “Cotton Eyed Joe” as part of the assembly. Tuesday’s spirit day was Western Day. Prior to Potts performance several S-C teachers did a line dance to the popular song.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_tsd022716scassembly2.jpgSenior Blake Potts entertained the enthusiastic crowd as he performed to the western classic “Cotton Eyed Joe” as part of the assembly. Tuesday’s spirit day was Western Day. Prior to Potts performance several S-C teachers did a line dance to the popular song.

From left, S-C cheerleaders Alexis Christian, Jada Wheeler and McKenzie VanSteenberg lead the student body in singing the S-C school song at Friday’s Courtwarming Assembly.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_tsd022716scassembly3.jpgFrom left, S-C cheerleaders Alexis Christian, Jada Wheeler and McKenzie VanSteenberg lead the student body in singing the S-C school song at Friday’s Courtwarming Assembly.

Students Alana Gilgour and Britton Beard dance the polka representing Germany. As a part of the assembly, Evan Lubbert portrayed the popular character Waldo from “Where’s Waldo.” Lubbert appeared at various times in the crowd during the assembly dressed in the costume of a different country to embody the courtwarming theme of Around the World.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_tsd022716scassembly4.jpgStudents Alana Gilgour and Britton Beard dance the polka representing Germany. As a part of the assembly, Evan Lubbert portrayed the popular character Waldo from “Where’s Waldo.” Lubbert appeared at various times in the crowd during the assembly dressed in the costume of a different country to embody the courtwarming theme of Around the World.

Senior Daniel Sherment dresses in his black and gold top hat and tails for Friday’s Black and Gold Day at Smith-Cotton.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_tsd022716scassembly5.jpgSenior Daniel Sherment dresses in his black and gold top hat and tails for Friday’s Black and Gold Day at Smith-Cotton.

Sophomore Elizabeth Matz and senior Jacob Sherrill wait patiently for members of multimedia instructor Bryant Lazenby’s class to film them as part of the lip dub video. The student body lined the hallways of the first floor of Smith-Cotton to take part in the video. This was the second year the students created the film.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_tsd022716schomecoming6.jpgSophomore Elizabeth Matz and senior Jacob Sherrill wait patiently for members of multimedia instructor Bryant Lazenby’s class to film them as part of the lip dub video. The student body lined the hallways of the first floor of Smith-Cotton to take part in the video. This was the second year the students created the film.

The S-C Tiger (Jacob Caver) stands tall with the help of the varsity cheerleaders during S-C’s assembly Friday afternoon. Sponsored by Student Council, the assembly featured numerous student groups perform during the hour-long assembly.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_tsd022716scassembly7.jpgThe S-C Tiger (Jacob Caver) stands tall with the help of the varsity cheerleaders during S-C’s assembly Friday afternoon. Sponsored by Student Council, the assembly featured numerous student groups perform during the hour-long assembly.

Senior Devin Berry displays some astounding dance moves for the student body as a part of Smith-Cotton’s Courtwarming Assembly Friday afternoon.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/web1_tsd022716scassembly8.jpgSenior Devin Berry displays some astounding dance moves for the student body as a part of Smith-Cotton’s Courtwarming Assembly Friday afternoon.

From left, Smith-Cotton seniors Chris Brown, Tyshawn Ward and Elijh Choate show their Tiger pride at the S-C Courtwarming assembly Friday afternoon. The S-C student body was getting ready to battle the Warrensburg Tigers on Friday night. The coronation of the courtwarming king and queen and the induction of Ross Dey, posthumously, and the 1990 Smith-Cotton Girls Golf Team into the Athletic Hall of Fame were also a part of the evenings activities.

Senior Blake Potts entertained the enthusiastic crowd as he performed to the western classic “Cotton Eyed Joe” as part of the assembly. Tuesday’s spirit day was Western Day. Prior to Potts performance several S-C teachers did a line dance to the popular song.

From left, S-C cheerleaders Alexis Christian, Jada Wheeler and McKenzie VanSteenberg lead the student body in singing the S-C school song at Friday’s Courtwarming Assembly.

Students Alana Gilgour and Britton Beard dance the polka representing Germany. As a part of the assembly, Evan Lubbert portrayed the popular character Waldo from “Where’s Waldo.” Lubbert appeared at various times in the crowd during the assembly dressed in the costume of a different country to embody the courtwarming theme of Around the World.

Senior Daniel Sherment dresses in his black and gold top hat and tails for Friday’s Black and Gold Day at Smith-Cotton.

Sophomore Elizabeth Matz and senior Jacob Sherrill wait patiently for members of multimedia instructor Bryant Lazenby’s class to film them as part of the lip dub video. The student body lined the hallways of the first floor of Smith-Cotton to take part in the video. This was the second year the students created the film.

The S-C Tiger (Jacob Caver) stands tall with the help of the varsity cheerleaders during S-C’s assembly Friday afternoon. Sponsored by Student Council, the assembly featured numerous student groups perform during the hour-long assembly.

Senior Devin Berry displays some astounding dance moves for the student body as a part of Smith-Cotton’s Courtwarming Assembly Friday afternoon.

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