Street Scene


Austin Swartz Junior Because we come together as a family during the games. The students stand behind our basketball teams and the players. We cheer and keep them going.


Caleb Cooke Senior It's just a really close-knit community. Everybody who comes here says that. We're a smaller school that is kind of like a big family. In Joel Coliseum (during the semifinals) you could feel this with everybody yelling "Greyhounds!" The students back the players as much as we can, because they're the ones who make us famous.


Maggie Taylor Senior They (the players) have all been really close since they were little, and all played basketball together. They know each others' tendencies and what they are doing on the court. Most of us (students) are really strong fans and attend the games to do what we can to support the teams, which helps them win.


Karsyn Tucker Sophomore (whose brother is on the team) It because they (the players) have been together and played together since they were really young. They've always been around each other and went to the same schools. The fans are a big part of helping them win, especially the support from the student section. It hypes them up, I guess.


As a North Surry High School student, how do you explain the unusual situation that saw both both its boys and girls basketball teams playing for state titles Saturday?

Austin Swartz

Junior

Because we come together as a family during the games. The students stand behind our basketball teams and the players. We cheer and keep them going.

http://mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_Scene-Swartz.jpgAustin Swartz

Junior

Because we come together as a family during the games. The students stand behind our basketball teams and the players. We cheer and keep them going.

Caleb Cooke

Senior

It’s just a really close-knit community. Everybody who comes here says that. We’re a smaller school that is kind of like a big family. In Joel Coliseum (during the semifinals) you could feel this with everybody yelling "Greyhounds!" The students back the players as much as we can, because they’re the ones who make us famous.

http://mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_Scene-Cooke.jpgCaleb Cooke

Senior

It’s just a really close-knit community. Everybody who comes here says that. We’re a smaller school that is kind of like a big family. In Joel Coliseum (during the semifinals) you could feel this with everybody yelling "Greyhounds!" The students back the players as much as we can, because they’re the ones who make us famous.

Maggie Taylor

Senior

They (the players) have all been really close since they were little, and all played basketball together. They know each others’ tendencies and what they are doing on the court. Most of us (students) are really strong fans and attend the games to do what we can to support the teams, which helps them win.

http://mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_Scene-Taylor.jpgMaggie Taylor

Senior

They (the players) have all been really close since they were little, and all played basketball together. They know each others’ tendencies and what they are doing on the court. Most of us (students) are really strong fans and attend the games to do what we can to support the teams, which helps them win.

Karsyn Tucker

Sophomore (whose brother is on the team)

It because they (the players) have been together and played together since they were really young. They’ve always been around each other and went to the same schools. The fans are a big part of helping them win, especially the support from the student section. It hypes them up, I guess.

http://mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_Scene-Tucker.jpgKarsyn Tucker

Sophomore (whose brother is on the team)

It because they (the players) have been together and played together since they were really young. They’ve always been around each other and went to the same schools. The fans are a big part of helping them win, especially the support from the student section. It hypes them up, I guess.

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