REED CITY — Sports are a big part of every school year, from football in the fall to soccer in the spring. Athletes play hard with the hopes of getting a Central State Activities Association title for their school.
The CSAA has an annual competition for students in ninth through 12th grade to represent their schools through creativity. The CSAA Talent Revue included 10 schools, and each school held an audition to choose two performance acts that would compete in the final audition. At this final audition, which was hosted by Morley Stanwood High School, a panel of judges watched a total of 19 acts, choosing 10 to continue on to make the tour. These students then joined together to take the Talent Revue to all of those schools during a three-day period. Reed City High School had the honor of having both of their talented acts chosen.