The Coach Of The Football Team And History Teacher Essay

1350 Words Aug 22nd, 2015 6 Pages
The chant “Here we go Huskies, here we go!” rumbled throughout the bleachers at Pulaski High School stadium. Continuing to get louder as more fans, teachers, students, parents, piled in to see how Reagan’s, now independent, football team was going to play out their first game. As their chanting got louder the marching band played harder, the spirit squad cheered louder, and the screams from the fans all became in unison as the energy of the football team skyrocketed from this admirable level of support. The question is: How did this all come to be?

“It sort of grew along with the school itself,” said Mr. Roman, the head coach of the football team and history teacher. “Reagan was a co-op team with Pulaski, and it soon grew to a point where the roster over there was more Reagan kids, like by far more than anything else. We felt like as the school continued to grow and the number of Reagan kids on the roster continued to grow, we could support our own football team.”

This was a better decision in the long run. Mr. Roman said, “A lot of people don’t understand this, but what Reagan kids would have to go through to play football was very time consuming.” When Reagan was playing with Pulaski their routine would to get out of school at 2:45 p.m., get on a shuttle bus to go to Pulaski, and wait because Pulaski’s final bell isn’t til 3:55 p.m. until finally their practice would start at 4:15 p.m. However, not ending until about 6:15pm.

With the sacrifice and hard work the…

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