ComedySportz prepares for matches


ComedySportz members Georgia Simmons, Chuck Burton and Jake Greene compete against each other during an improv game. Through this game, they prepared for their upcoming matches in the spring.

Jessica Konrad

ComedySportz has begun preparing for their upcoming matches in the spring. Recently, the team has been focusing on improving their cooperation as a team and the group dynamic as a whole.

The main focus of the first practices of the season has been bonding as a team and learning to work together in comedic improv games.

Eric Bembenek, ComedySportz member and junior said, “My favorite part so far has been getting to know everyone on the team and just having fun playing the games with them.”

A major aspect of ComedySportz is how students with varying levels of experience and and different background work together. This range of experience is part of what makes this year’s team and the way they work together unique.

ComedySportz sponsor Jim Peterson said, “I think it’s going to be exciting, we’ve got kind of a wide variety of kids, and I’m looking forward to seeing how they grow.”

According to Bembenek, the team’s cooperation has significantly improved from the beginning of the season.

Bembenek said, “I would say our biggest strength is how close we have gotten, like our chemistry is great.”