One of the most important pieces of equipment for the Tokay High football team sat at the south end of Hubbard Field during Thursday’s practice.
A boom box that played a mixture of old school rhythm and blues to today’s top 40 music.
“It’s something the kids wanted to do,” explained Tokay coach Michael Holst. “We’ve had it out before. It keeps the energy up at practice.”
The Tiger players and coaches equally decide what songs and artists are played at the practices.
“There’s a mix of stuff on there,” Holst said. “You’re kind of getting old when you start asking for songs that you don’t know what the heck they are talking about. We’ll keep extending the selection a little bit. We try to run it every day ... keeping the energy up, especially on hot days.”
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