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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Guide to the 2013 4th Grade Super Bowl

Niklas and the Highlanders hope to upset the Wolverines
Howell, MI - The stage is set for the eleventh annual 4th Grade Super Bowl. The Highlanders will take on the Wolverines, Friday, March 1st, at 10:00am in the Hutchings gymnasium.

"The 4th Grade Super Bowl gets bigger and better every year," remarked 4th Grade Football league president Mr. Horne. "This year I am excited to announce that we have a complete list of entertainment, from pre-game, to halftime, to post-game."

Entertainment includes: national anthem performed by one 4th grade student, NFL Fuel Up to Play 60 presentation by Mrs. Nemeth, half-time baton twirling performance by one 4th grade student, half-time dance routine performed by seventeen 4th grade students, special surprise half-time feature, post-game trophy presentation, and MVP honors.

"The singer, the half-time show performers, and the football players have all worked so hard to get to this point," said Horne. "I can't wait for everyone to show off their hard work this Friday!"

Game Notes:
  • The Super Bowl features the team with the league's best offense (Highlanders: 29.2 point per game scored) and the team with the league's best defense (Wolverines: 21.0 points per game allowed)
  • These two teams met in the regular season on December 12th, in a game that ended in a 35-35 tie. Logan M caught the game-tying touchdown as time expired, to help his Wolverines keep their undefeated season intact. 
  • Niklas (Highlanders) leads the league in receptions with 18, while each Wolverine player has recorded 4 or more touchdowns (complete stats).
  • The Highlanders Dillon defeated his twin brother Zach (Giants), 28-14 in the playoffs to reach the Super Bowl.
  • Former Hutchings principal Mr. Clay (2003-2011) returns to help quarterback in his sixth consecutive 4th Grade Super Bowl.
  • The game will be aired on Hutchings Sports, via closed-circuit television, to the classrooms at Hutchings Elementary. Students can watch the game on their classroom TV and complete their Super Bowl math worksheets as they follow the live action.
  • Last year's Super Bowl set a record for the most combined points scored (189) as the Steelers outlasted the Lions, 98-91.

What: 2013 4th Grade Super Bowl 

Who: Highlanders vs Wolverines
Friday, March 1st
Where: Hutchings Gym

10:00: 4th grade students called down to gym to watch game
10:00-10:05: Players warm-up
10:05: NFL Fuel Up to Play 60 Announcement – Mrs. Nemeth
10:10: Player Introductions
10:12: National Anthem (Hailey F)
10:14: Coin Flip with Honorary Captains (Calvin C & Joe E)
10:15: Start 1st Half
10:27: Halftime Show (Baton: Zoey RB, Dance: 4th Grade Girls)
10:37: Start 2nd Half
10:50: End Game
10:52: Trophy Presentation & MVP Presentation


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