A Google form was sent out to multiple NHHS coaches, asking their opinions on this year’s class placements for their sports. These placements are determined by the size of the student body of each school.
When asked for his opinion over the class of his sport, John Tucker, XC Class 2, stated, “I don't really have much of an opinion, because there isn't much I can do about it. In the end, all I focus on is what we can control, which is our effort in practice and at competitions. If we are working hard, then we will improve, which is my measure of success.”
Jaime Hoener, Volleyball Class 2, said, “Being in class 2 makes a postseason run a little more difficult because we are one of the smallest schools in our class. But, it is what it is and we'll do our best to compete at a high level.”
Doug Peirick, Softball Class 2, commented, “We were Class 2 in softball last year, so nothing changes for us except our district opponents. It really doesn't matter what class we are in-- we still have to strive to win every game we play.”
The class placements can often be a large obstacle for teams, but the coaches here at NHHS seem to have utmost confidence in their teams. Good luck to these teams in the future.