First Fine Arts Olympics


| Seth Wendland

Choir wins the first Fine Arts Olympics

- Seth Wendland, Staff

On Saturday November 6th, Norman North’s Fine Arts organizations gathered to compete in the First Fine Arts Olympics. With Norman North Choir coming out on top. This competition consisted of Trivia, Perfect Pitch, Fencing, Charades, Basketball, a Relay Race, a Memory  Test, and a Puzzle Solver. The top 3 teams that earned the most points got to compete in the Color Fight. The goal was to cover the other teams shirt in the most color with chalk balls, water guns, and water balloons. Competitor for Speech and Debate Senior, Benjamin Maurai had to say, “It was painful and it hurt, it was a fun experience getting to take apart in all of the action.”

Benjamin Maruri defends himself and his teamate from getting covered in color. (| Seth Wendland)