Crab Walk Soccer event held


by Amanda Davis, - APS Public Relations



Kasen Welch, 6th grader at AIS takes off after the soccer ball in hopes of scoring a goal for his team.


5th grade teachers, McKenzie Williams, Angie Marple and Kelsey Haught pursue the soccer ball while playing for the teachers team.


Coach Attebury explains the rules to 5th grade teachers Lorie Vargas and Kelsey Haught before Crab-Walk Soccer begins.


Altus Intermediate School held the first ever Crab-Walk Soccer Tournament on Thursday. Students and teachers participated in the event held in the afternoon before Fall Break.

Physical Education teachers Jerry Hamersley and Jeremy Attebury planned the event with the help of Altus Intermediate School Assistant Principal, Lori Redden. They wanted to give the students a chance to celebrate their hard work over the first semester, while also encouraging physical activity.

The day was deemed a success and is likely to take place again.

Kasen Welch, 6th grader at AIS takes off after the soccer ball in hopes of scoring a goal for his team.
http://altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_ScoreCrabs.jpgKasen Welch, 6th grader at AIS takes off after the soccer ball in hopes of scoring a goal for his team.

5th grade teachers, McKenzie Williams, Angie Marple and Kelsey Haught pursue the soccer ball while playing for the teachers team.
http://altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_PursueCrabs.jpg5th grade teachers, McKenzie Williams, Angie Marple and Kelsey Haught pursue the soccer ball while playing for the teachers team.

Coach Attebury explains the rules to 5th grade teachers Lorie Vargas and Kelsey Haught before Crab-Walk Soccer begins.
http://altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_CoachCrabs.jpgCoach Attebury explains the rules to 5th grade teachers Lorie Vargas and Kelsey Haught before Crab-Walk Soccer begins.

by Amanda Davis,

APS Public Relations

Reach Amanda Davis at adavis@altusps.com

Reach Amanda Davis at adavis@altusps.com

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