Proud of Rams
By The Tribune-Review
Published: Thursday, Nov. 14, 2013, 8:55 p.m.
Proud of Rams
I wish to express a sincere thank you to everyone who put forth such a wonderful effort this year for the Highlands Golden Rams football team.
The team put in long hours all season and I hope they appreciate all of the good resulting from those efforts.
It is sad to eventually lose, but in losing, our boys have learned the most important lesson in life: Not everything is going to be the way you had hoped. Our team was outsized, but did not let that alter their determination — for that I am proud.
These players encouraged each other and truly believed that they were the best they could be. You cannot ask for more from one another. The friendships and special moments shared will linger for years and become a time they cherish and talk about for many years.
The team was supported in its efforts by fellow students, parents, coaches, teachers and Highlands fans. I thank all of them for the time they took from their daily lives to enjoy the football season.
With love and support, we helped Highlands achieve great success.
We are so very proud of each and every one of you.
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