Coshocton High School Seniors Prepare to Say Goodbye

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As we approach Friday, October 28th, many Coshocton High School seniors prepare to say goodbye to the sport they love most.

This game means more to senior football players, cheerleaders, and band members, than any other game of the year.

Once the fourth quarter is over, seniors walk hand-in-hand across the field with their coaches, and fellow senior teammates and friends in a tradition known as the senior walk.

The walk commemorates the times they’ve had on and off the field. It is the last time that they’ll all walk the field together, except for the playoff game.

It’s an emotional night for seniors, their friends, families, teammates, and coaches.

Senior varsity football player, Kobie Means will cherish his senior night alongside friends and family.

“Senior Night definitely makes me sad” said Means. “It’s sad thinking it’s one of my last times out on the field.”

All of the seniors have different memories they’ve made on and off the field throughout their 4 years of high school. Memories they’ll cherish for a lifetime.

Senior band member and field commander, Makenna Graves has many awesome memories from band, and she can’t wait to continue her experience in college.

“When I was in 8th grade, at sectionals, Joanna, Brice, and I were sitting on a table, when it broke, and we fixed it with pink duct tape.”

Although this is senior night, it’s also Coshocton’s rivalry game against River View High School.

This game makes for an interesting and emotional game for seniors, as well as their fellow underclassmen. Saying goodbye is always a tough thing, especially since this is the last time they’ll play their rivals.

Junior football player, Brayden Lewis has gotten very close with all of the boys throughout the years, and senior night will be especially tough.

“I’m definitely going to miss them all” said Lewis. “I am pretty close to all of them, and they’re definitely like my family. It’s like sending your siblings to college, but all we can do is wish them the best and support them on the way.”

As a senior, the walk is the last time they’ll walk the field together.

Senior Cheerleader, Taylor Smith is looking forward to her last home game, in more ways than one.

“The walk will be filled with tons of emotions” says Smith. “It’s definitely bittersweet, and I’m sad to leave everyone.”

The senior walk will take place directly after the fourth quarter of the Coshocton/River View game.

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