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NJ’s Best Student Section?

Mia Lewis and Kieran McAllister

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Come show your support and help the bear cave win NJ’s best student section. Free foam fingers will provided. Coach Christopher Warner has been organizing this student section for the big day. During the two meetings during the week, Coach Warner and the Bear Cave have been discussing different chants to promote a friendly rivalry. Don’t forget to wear all white to the game on January 26 at 7 pm for the Hawthorne Bears boy’s basketball team competing against the Glen Rock Panthers. With everyone’s support from students to teachers, it will encourage the boy’s to bring home a win and make them 12-1 in their season.   

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