Leadership students have a four way tug of war

Stephen King, Writer

The students in Leadership class had a fun game because they got into the sunny outdoors for tug of war on April 7. The Leadership teacher, Amy Gallagher, led them outside by a parking lot where they all found a rope meant to be pulled by four teams instead of two.

“It’s really supposed to be focused on working with each other.” Gallagher said. “It’s not supposed to be just an individual team event, it’s supposed to be a double team event because it’s the easiest way to win.”

The rope was comprised of four ropes sticking out of each corner of a square, and each rope had their own color: red, yellow, green and blue. The blue team won the game.

“It felt good,” blue team member Kevin Andrew said. “It was fun.”