Greyhound Nation Executive Board works to raise spirit for upcoming match


Math teacher Wendy Bass typing out some notes for Greyhound Nation Executive Board. While Bass isn’t an integral part of the Board, she helps out with administration related issues.

Uday Lomada

As many of the winter sports come to an end and spring sports start next week, the Greyhound Nation Executive Board is using this upcoming basketball match to help raise spirit for the CHS basketball team as they play in the State Tournament tomorrow, March 24.

“At this upcoming game I think we are going to have the biggest student section of the year,” Meredith Lipps, board member and junior, said. “This is because it’s at Bankers Life Fieldhouse against Waren, who we lost to in a buzzer beater earlier this season.”

As such, they are doing everything they can to raise spirit for this match , Lipps said.

“While we don’t have anything super special planned for this event, we are having the theme of ‘blue-out,’” Lipps said, “Hopefully, the stands are filled with people who are wearing blue to support our team.”

Wendy Bass, sponsor and math teacher, said she would rather defer to the board members, saying that the club is student run.