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Spirit Week continues with Elephant Bowling and Build-a-Beast

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Sophomore Kyle Wheeler of Wall and junior Matthew Avena of Middletown face off in Elephant Bowling, a new competition introduced this week.

Sophomore Kyle Wheeler of Wall and junior Matthew Avena of Middletown face off in Elephant Bowling, a new competition introduced this week.

Cate Escueta

Cate Escueta

Sophomore Kyle Wheeler of Wall and junior Matthew Avena of Middletown face off in Elephant Bowling, a new competition introduced this week.

Allie Beekman

Three days into Spring Spirit Week 2017, the junior class leads with 105 points, followed by the seniors and sophomores tied with 100 points and the freshmen with 70 points.

On Tuesday, April 25, the classes went head to head in the lunchtime competition, Elephant Bowling. The Class of 2019 made up for lost participation points, with Kyle Wheeler of Wall coming out on top.

“Before I did it, I was just thinking what did I get myself into because it seemed super weird,” Wheeler said. “It actually was kind of fun and after I just didn’t really know how I won but I was happy about it,” Wheeler said.

After Tuesday, the junior and senior classes were tied for first with 70 points but the sophomore and freshmen classes were not far behind with 60 and 50 points respectively.

The sophomore class also won the Build-A-Beast competition today. Lauren DeFelice of Wall was part of the winning team.

“Participating in the event felt like being on Food Network,” DeFelice said. “You were running around trying to glue things and cut things and trying to get all the details just right,” DeFelice said.

So far, freshman Mary Eknoian of Wall enjoys Spring Spirit Week more than she did in the fall.

“I think it’s easier for us to come together as a class for each activity later in the year now that all the freshmen are adjusted to CHS and we also know more of what to expect in Spirit Week,” Eknoian said.

The competition continues with Generations Day, Balloon Pop and the Clothing Drive tomorrow and Country v. Country Club Day, Lip Sync and Mr. CHS on Friday.

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