Mustang Monitor: November 6
I hope this finds you well and progressing nicely toward the weekend. It is exciting to anticipate a discretionary Friday evening; there are so few of them from September through April. But, we still get some great game action.
The Mustangs host Stuttgart in the final regular season conference game. Simply put; the winner (only) moves on to the playoffs. Come on out and show your support to these great student athletes in their push to the post season. Prior to the game, we will honor senior students and their parents in Senior Night festivities. The action will begin at 6:30 as students involved this fall with football, cheer, band, cross country, golf and tennis are recognized for their efforts. Your attendance and support will be most appreciated.
At this time, the weather forecast calls for a clear sky, northwesterly breeze of 6-7 mph with kickoff temp of 52 falling to 47 by 10:00 pm. Bundle up and bring it on out. Plenty of coffee and hot chocolate in the concession stand. And hot burgers and dogs with a nacho chaser to keep the innards toasty.
In other action; the freshmen and senior choirs will be traveling to Harding University for the Christian School Choral Festival Saturday and Sunday. It’s a great experience for these groups to join with other high school choirs under the direction of guest conductors with new music to learn. Best wishes to them as they represent CAC in their efforts.
Finally, looking ahead, next Wednesday the audition process for the Drama Department’s spring production of Beauty and the Beast begins. Auditions for grades 7 – 12 begin after school Wednesday and Thursday with possible call backs on Friday. Information is available on the Drama bulletin board.
That’s a wrap for this edition. Hope to see you tomorrow night and soon and often for hot basketball action. Be well, be happy and be calling if we can be of help. Thank you for your attention and support.
Doug Killgore, CMAA