|Nate Canterbury and his parents, Kelly and Larry, celebrate at his senior night game.
Neither wind, nor rain, nor dark of night could keep the Crusader Community from celebrating its senior athletes and pep band members on Friday, October 3, 2014.
Despite the less than ideal weather conditions, 45 senior athletes and band members, along with their friends and family, gathered at Arsenal Technical High School to celebrate the accomplishments of members from the class of 2015.
The football team opened the evening with the presentation of eight seniors before the game, including team captains Chris Wilson, Nate Canterbury, and Abe Hagist. All eight young men were recognized for their hard work and dedication to the Scecina football program.
At halftime the festivities continued as Mr. Quinn Carrico, a Scecina alumni, teacher, and coach, announced the names of Scecina seniors representing boys and girls soccer, cross country, cheerleading, boys tennis, girls golf, and volleyball. The students were escorted by some of the people who have been most instrumental in supporting them so they could honor God through the use of their natural talents and abilities.
The recognition of parents and special honorees, as they escorted their student athletes and musicians, was a fitting way of saying a heartfelt ‘thank you’ for the countless rides, rescheduled activities, team meals, patience, financial support, and incalculable value of their presence at Scecina games over the years
The senior night celebration marked the beginning of many special events that we held for the class of 2015 as they enjoy their last school year at Scecina Memorial High School.
Reflecting on the events of the evening, Mr. Jason Kehrer, Director of Athletics, said “As we look back on all they have provided to us already and look ahead to all they will still do for Scecina as this special year continues, it is just amazing. We wish them the best now and in their future endeavors as they go forth to be shining lights of Christian love, dedication, and stewardship for the world as they have been for your respective athletic programs.” He went on to say: “We know they will be successful in life, and that they will always be Crusaders!”
Posted on Fri, October 31, 2014
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