Clubs a high school tradition standing test of time

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The athletes might score the points; but without organized support groups, most high school teams would have trouble just taking the field.

Booster clubs have been an integral part of high school athletics for generations, yet there isn’t an established template. No better example of this exists than with Johnson County’s six public high schools.

From smallest (Edinburgh) to largest (Center Grove), game plans vary when it comes to raising money, coordinating events and publicizing the school’s sports programs, either collectively or individually. Each school implements what works best for it.

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