Western Nebraska Observer - Observations all along the line - Kimball & the Southern Panhandle First

EYE OF THE TIGER

 

February 3, 2022

Daria Anderson-Faden

On Friday, Jan. 28, Mary Lynch 5th and 6th graders combined music and PE skills to do a rhythmic dribbling routine during halftime of the Kimball High girls varsity basketball game. The routine was performed to "Eye of the Tiger." It included dribbling with both hands, crossovers, pivot turns, shooting form, rebounding skills and layups. On the music side, the skills incorporated were steady beat, rhythm production, syncopated rhythms, timed footwork and athletic choreography. Dane Wurdeman is the PE Instructor, and the music instructor is Jacob Hoffman.

On Friday, Jan. 28, Mary Lynch 5th and 6th graders combined music and PE skills to do a rhythmic dribbling routine during halftime of the Kimball High girls varsity basketball game. The routine was performed to "Eye of the Tiger." It included dribbling with both hands, crossovers, pivot turns, shooting form, rebounding skills and layups. On the music side, the skills incorporated were steady beat, rhythm production, syncopated rhythms, timed footwork and athletic choreography. Dane Wurdeman is the PE Instructor, and the music instructor is Jacob Hoffman.

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