Championship Culture

Photos by Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald
Kenley Ferguson of Huntingburg, 9, sprinted ahead of the group during a drill designed to teach proper running form during Saturday morning’s meeting of the Champions Club at Southridge High School in Huntingburg. The seven-week program for Southwest Dubois school district students in kindergarten through seventh grade aims to teach what it means to be part of the “Raider culture.” Organizer Scott Buening described the club as “an activity-based program where we teach some of our strength-training principles.”

 

Mitchel Rasche of Huntingburg, 9, raced with a scooter during Saturday morning’s meeting of the Champions Club at Southridge High School in Huntingburg.



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