A new program has started at SHS called the SAAC, or the Student Athletic Advisory Council. Through SAAC, student athletes will work together to improve parent meetings, NCAA informative meetings, possibly attend IHSAA SAAC workshops, work on ways to better serve athletes, review handbook policies, contribute ideas such as the 2nd moratorium week in the summer and find ways to promote our athletic programs.
According to Athletic Director Jamie Lowry, the school tried to get this club started two years ago, but it was hard to get everything done that needed to be.
“I got this program going with the help of Maxine Rembusch, athletic administrative assistant, assisting me with coordinating meetings and such,” said Lowry.
Cheers and excitement echoed through the cafeteria during A lunch today. Popular news station, WLKY visited SHS to record some footage of the Warriors Basketball team for their series, High School Playbook. WLKY keeps a running scores total of nearby high school basketball games in southern Indiana and Louisville; WLKY also chooses a school of the week to feature on their TV station.
According to Patrick Lincoln (12), “They chose our school for school of the week and gave us [basketball team] a $500 gift card to Subway. They chose us because of our record for the season.”
The Booster encourages all SHS students to tune into channel 32 tomorrow at 5:40 p.m for a chance to see our very own Scottsburg Warriors.
An unfortunate loss was added to the girls’ basketball team’s record after their homecoming game Friday night against the Salem Lady Lions. The team is now 17-3. The last time the team played Salem was in the sectional championship from last season.
Zoe Zellers (10) said, “We lost and were devastated. We wanted a come back this time. Both sides knew it was going to be a good game.”