Rouse Spirit Crew

Rachel Sloan

Even though Rouse only has freshmen and sophomores this year, we still have enormous amounts of spirit! Our attendance at games this year has been shocking, especially for such a small student population.  “Our school’s support has truly helped our sports teams to succeed this year,” believes student Gloriana Stolle.

The R.H.S basketball teams played their last game on Tuesday February 9th, 2010. The Dance One and Dance Two classes performed during the Boys Basketball game with a hip hop dance, while the Royals’ Dance team performed during the Girls Basketball game with their competition lyrical.

“It’s really cool to have the ‘bleacher crew’ cheering us on. It feels like we have an advantage having a true ‘Third Man’,” says Coach Sainz.  The “Bleacher Crew” is the term the basketball players use to refer to their fans in the stands, and the team members say that they enjoy hearing the encouragement of the crew.  “Hopefully, as the school grows bigger the ‘crew’ will grow larger,” adds Coach Sainz.

“They’re loud and they pump me up,” claims Ed Butts when asked about how he feels about our school’s level of spirit. At the final basketball game of this season the crowd was largest so far.  “Our school’s spirit will continue to propel us forward in all we do,” says volleyball player Lexi Wick.

like we have an advantage having a true ‘Third Man’,” says Coach Sainz. The team members said that they enjoy hearing the encouragement of the ‘bleacher crew’, as they refer to their fans in the stands. “Hopefully as the school grows bigger and we get seniors the ‘crew’ will grow larger” adds Coach Sainz.

“They’re loud and they pump me up,” claims Ed Butts when asked about how he feels about our schools level of spirit. At the final basketball game of this season the crowd was bigger than ever before.  “Our schools’ spirit will continue to propel us forward in all we do,” says volleyball player Lexi Wick.