COOPERSVILLE, Mich. — The end is here!
James and Laura close out the Sunrise Sidelines season in Coopersville with the Broncos Friday morning. And while we're sad to see Sunrise end, the students at Coopersville High School were a great end to our third season!
The students were full of moves! So much so, we started up a Soul Train line!
This week the school's program, Epic 11, is in the spotlight. The program honors students for achievements outside of academics and athletics.
The Northeast Ottawa Forum is another program with great impact. Students work in conjunction with the Ottawa County Sheriff's Office to provide a range of services to students.
Coopersville is helping students excel in engineering! Their Manufacturing/Engineering Partnership Program (MEPP) allows students to learn about engineering and network with companies in the industry.
THE BAND, ATHLETES, THEATER
We heard from a number of students before the Marching Band performed. There was a ton of energy!
The Cheer team kept us pumped up all morning!
Then, Laura got the chance to slip away into the theater to check out a preview of the school's newest production "Alice in Wonderland."
CRASHING THE CAFETERIA
Sadly, crashing the cafeteria comes to an end, but Laura and James loved putting students on the spot. They also met an aspiring meteorologist!
GET YOUR HEAD IN THE GAME
Each week of Sunrise Sidelines, we always bring some friendly competition to the show.
It's time for the classic game of digging for worms!
THE FOOTBALL FACTS
The Broncos finished their 2018 season just 2-7, mainly due to injuries. And despite bringing back lots of experience and talent this season, the team sits at 0-8.
The Broncos face the West Catholic Falcons on Friday, Oct. 25 at West Catholic High School at 7 p.m.
THANK YOU BRONCOS
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