By Brittany Wilson and Shaniqua Harris
Daniel Webster Broadcasting and Digital Media Magnet High School held a pep rally Friday afternoon ahead of its first basketball game against Bartlesville.
At the beginning of the pep rally, the classes competed to see who could do the best victory battle cry. The seniors won.
Math teacher Evan James made a game for the classes to play at the pep rally. Students who played said it was hard but fun. The seniors won.
After the game, the cheerleaders did a dance routine.
Another game started up, but this time it was for basketball players only.
Three members of the girls’ team — Courtney Asberry, Chasity Asberry and Lashawn Madden — played against three members of the boys’ team. Craig Villa, Kortney Smith and Anthony Wilson represented the boys’ team.
Each player had to attempt five three-pointers within 30 seconds.
Courtney Asberry made one, Chasity Asberry made two, Madden made one, Smith made two, Wilson made two, and Villa made two, giving the boys the win.
After the last game, the basketball players and wrestlers were introduced. The cheerleaders did a salute while the band played the Webster Alma Mater to conclude the pep rally.
The girls won 59-57 on Friday night. The boys lost 69-32.