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Mississinawa Valley senior Joe Teeter offered hugs and high-fives all around when he was surprised with a special send-off at school Thursday afternoon. Teeter was headed to the state Ohio High School Athletic Association bowling tournament, as the first boy bowler from M-V to ever make the cut. To celebrate, the school surprised him with a “walk-through,” in which he was serenaded by the marching band before leading them on a parade through the school while students and staffers lined the halls. “It was awesome. It was so unexpected,” Teeter said of the surprise afterward. He said he also got “about 300” handmade cards and letters from the preschool and youngest elementary students wishing him luck. Here, Teeter gives out high fives to Mike Kukaskay’s first-grade students, who held a banner reading, “You’ll do great at state!”

Mississinawa Valley senior Joe Teeter offered hugs and high-fives all around when he was surprised with a special send-off at school Thursday afternoon. Teeter was headed to the state Ohio High School Athletic Association bowling tournament, as the first boy bowler from M-V to ever make the cut. To celebrate, the school surprised him with a “walk-through,” in which he was serenaded by the marching band before leading them on a parade through the school while students and staffers lined the halls. “It was awesome. It was so unexpected,” Teeter said of the surprise afterward. He said he also got “about 300” handmade cards and letters from the preschool and youngest elementary students wishing him luck. Here, Teeter gives out high fives to Mike Kukaskay’s first-grade students, who held a banner reading, “You’ll do great at state!”


Rachel Lloyd | The Daily Advocate

Mississinawa Valley senior Joe Teeter offered hugs and high-fives all around when he was surprised with a special send-off at school Thursday afternoon. Teeter was headed to the state Ohio High School Athletic Association bowling tournament, as the first boy bowler from M-V to ever make the cut. To celebrate, the school surprised him with a “walk-through,” in which he was serenaded by the marching band before leading them on a parade through the school while students and staffers lined the halls. “It was awesome. It was so unexpected,” Teeter said of the surprise afterward. He said he also got “about 300” handmade cards and letters from the preschool and youngest elementary students wishing him luck. Here, Teeter gives out high fives to Mike Kukaskay’s first-grade students, who held a banner reading, “You’ll do great at state!”

Mississinawa Valley senior Joe Teeter offered hugs and high-fives all around when he was surprised with a special send-off at school Thursday afternoon. Teeter was headed to the state Ohio High School Athletic Association bowling tournament, as the first boy bowler from M-V to ever make the cut. To celebrate, the school surprised him with a “walk-through,” in which he was serenaded by the marching band before leading them on a parade through the school while students and staffers lined the halls. “It was awesome. It was so unexpected,” Teeter said of the surprise afterward. He said he also got “about 300” handmade cards and letters from the preschool and youngest elementary students wishing him luck. Here, Teeter gives out high fives to Mike Kukaskay’s first-grade students, who held a banner reading, “You’ll do great at state!”
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/34/2016/02/web1_webbowler.jpgMississinawa Valley senior Joe Teeter offered hugs and high-fives all around when he was surprised with a special send-off at school Thursday afternoon. Teeter was headed to the state Ohio High School Athletic Association bowling tournament, as the first boy bowler from M-V to ever make the cut. To celebrate, the school surprised him with a “walk-through,” in which he was serenaded by the marching band before leading them on a parade through the school while students and staffers lined the halls. “It was awesome. It was so unexpected,” Teeter said of the surprise afterward. He said he also got “about 300” handmade cards and letters from the preschool and youngest elementary students wishing him luck. Here, Teeter gives out high fives to Mike Kukaskay’s first-grade students, who held a banner reading, “You’ll do great at state!” Rachel Lloyd | The Daily Advocate