Online Content for The Pulse student publication at Mooresville High School in Mooresville, Indiana.
Adviser- Ada Clark
Editor- Arionna Moore
Reporters- Mackenzie Becker, Maranda Flannery, Rose Freeman, Arionna Moore, Abbi Price, Sam Stoner, Shelby Swain, Jaiden West
Boys of Fall by Ashley Cox and Kayla Covey
Senior football boys love homecoming. Homecoming is a very big deal at Mooresville. Not just the parade, but the game. Everyone goes to watch the boys of fall.
“Full support from the stands is my favorite thing about homecoming,” senior slot receiver Kyle Wise said.
For seniors homecoming is their last home game. “My pregame ritual is listening to old Eminem and rock music to get me in the zone and ready to go,” senior running back and safety Cole Hawkins said.
Having no wins and five losses, the boys try their hardest everyday. “Game day is very intense,” senior wide out Drew Collins said.
Friendships are made throughout the year. Brothers are made, and one big family comes together. “I love how the whole school gets involved and when they get excited about the game.” senior right guard Matt Overton said.
Even though the season is coming to an end they will not quit. “My pregame ritual is eating, sleeping and listening to music,” senior cornerback Noah Linthicum said.
All of the senior boys are ready for the game against Franklin Community.
Walking in is a bright colored, loud room. People are walking in with either smiles on their face, or tears running down them. The Morgan County Humane Society is located in Martinsville, Indiana and has been around since the 1970s. It was founded and started by two women and a van. But I guess everyone has to start somewhere, right?