Homecoming clubs put the pedal to the metal in the relay race

Casey Mikell - Visual Section Editor

As NGU’s homecoming activities continue, different clubs participate in a variety of activities. On Tuesday night, the clubs participated in the relay race and had many different obstacles to push through.

The criminal justice club jumps for joy as they get ready to set off on the race.

The criminal justice club jumps for joy as they get ready to set off on the race.

The animal science club listens to their official as he gives a run down of each event.

The animal science club listens to their official as he gives a run down of each event.

The spikeball club starts off the night as they run to the first obstacle with a blinded teammate on one member’s back.

The spikeball club starts off the night as they run to the first obstacle with a blinded teammate on one member’s back.

Big and Little club member Mary Collins, sophomore, makes the effort to make a basket in ten shots while blindfolded.

Big and Little club member Mary Collins, sophomore, makes the effort to make a basket in ten shots while blindfolded.

Criminal justice club member Cory Williams, senior, sends a volleyball soaring over the net while blindfolded in order to advance is club to the next obstacle.

Criminal justice club member Cory Williams, senior, sends a volleyball soaring over the net while blindfolded in order to advance is club to the next obstacle.

Education club members Cody Pendarvis, senior, and Constance Revis, junior, rush after their team as they finish the trivia section of the race.

Education club members Cody Pendarvis, senior, and Constance Revis, junior, rush after their team as they finish the trivia section of the race.

The health science club builds upon each other to form a pyramid before they can ring the bell to stop their time.

The health science club builds upon each other to form a pyramid before they can ring the bell to stop their time.

The education club poses for a group picture after they rang the bell to end their time.

The education club poses for a group picture after they rang the bell to end their time.