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Students Sing at Harlem Globetrotters Game

Scott County Students Sing at Harlem Globetrotters Game

By Emma-Grace Stamper
4th Grade Student Contributor


Woosh!! Kids from each of the 8 Scott County Schools were invited to perform the Star Spangled Banner at the Harlem Globetrotters Game. The game took place at Rupp Arena on January 13.


I was actually one of the very fortunate kids who got to go to this game; and if I do say so myself, it was an amazing experience! I interviewed Rachel Lukacsko, the person who lead all of the Garth students at the game, to see what she thought.


“What was your opinion on the performance?” I asked Mrs. Lukacsko.

“I thought it sounded great, and I thought the kids were very professional.”, she replied.

“Do you think there was anything that we could have improved on?”

“No. I don’t think there was anything that could have been improved. I thought it was great.”

I also asked one of my friends, 4th grade student Aeden, who was watching the whole game in the audience, what he thought about the performance.

“I thought the performance was very in sync. Everyone was singing the exact same thing at the exact same time,” he said.

He also added, “They sang like they were all in this really, good, famous band.”

I also asked him, just for fun, what his favorite part of the whole game was. “My favorite part was when the players acted out The Lion King, and held up the little, tiny toddler!”

The game couldn’t have gone any better!