Meet the Bison carries on annual tradition


Ashley Thunderhawk

No matter how hectic the first days of school are, the crowd that shows up for Meet the Bison fills the gym. The Booster Club fed everyone who was hungry during their baked potato dinner, and then teams and groups were introduced to the crowd between auctioning items for fundraisers.

“I think all the groups did great,” sophomore Reese Davis said. “You could definitely feel the school spirit.”

Special parking spaces and baked goods were among the items auctioned.

“I thought it was awesome seeing so many people from the community involved,” sophomore Dylan Cornish said. “I think it is so great that we live in a town where our school is supported by everyone.”

The band performed, as did both the junior high and high school cheerleaders and the Bison Belles.

“It was a little nerve racking since it was our first time to perform as a big group,” sophomore Megan Wedhorn, who plays the flute, said. “I really love the new stand tunes we added this year.”

The groups were pleased with their first performances.

“I think the Belles did amazing for our first performance of the year,” sophomore Stefani Trejo said. “I think every group was amazing.”