New girls locker room unveiled

Nathan Steele

Student athletes in Custer girls sports teams will appreciate the recently-rennovated girls locker room in the Custer Armory. The new locker room takes the place of a room which was previously being used for storage.
The idea to convert the room into a new locker room for the girl athletes was activities director Joey Kortermeyer’s. The renovation began in November, and is now completed and ready for use by Custer’s student athletes.
“The current girls locker room is very small, and this room gives our female athletes more space and a place to call their own,” said Superintendent Mark  Naugle. He thinks the girls will enjoy the new space, which was stocked with snacks and even has a small basketball hoop installed on one wall. He also thinks the girls will appreciate the effort to make a nice place for them.
Naugle also said that he appreciated the maintence staff at Custer School District for their work in turning the underutilized room into a usable space for the girls, as well as jr./sr. high school principal and girls basketball coach Tobey Cass and assistant coach Tayt Vincent for the labor involved with putting the new lockers together.


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