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Credit to Michal Basford

Coach Mike Bevill cuts the pipe, while head coach Brett Bevill holds it in place, after the Knights defeat Washington High School 41-25.

12th Top Story of the Year: Cutting the Pipe

Published: May 4, 2017

“Cut the Pipe” is a tradition implemented this year, rooted in the culture of the team. The purpose of it is to show what they believe in and hope to achieve.

“We’re more positive, and we work harder,” quarterback Aidan McDaniel said. “The whole ‘Above the Line’ thing just changed our whole culture and everything, so it made us want to push ourselves to our limit.”

The culture of the team includes a feeling of family, “We not me,” and working hard at practice. These are incorporated into the pipe in what it represents: be the hardest working team, family – including “Forget me, love you,” and above the line. The coaches hold them to this standard even at practice.

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