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Weather gives NRHS students true winter experience during Ice Fest

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Max Davis and Maisie Goodman were named NRHS Ice Fest King and Queen during the Ice Fest dance on Saturday, Feb. 9, at the high school. Submitted photo2 / 9
Teams of 10 students and staff members competed in a series of outdoor activities on Thursday, Feb. 7, as part of the NRHS Ice Fest week. Submitted photo3 / 9
Ice Fest court members attempt to blow plastic cups off of a table with air from a balloon during the NRHS pep rally on Friday, Feb. 8. Jordan Willi / RiverTown Multimedia4 / 9
On Friday afternoon the 2019 Ice Fest Champion Team was named; this year a team comprised of Academic Decathlon members took home the title. The winning team included: Logan Lammers, Tyler Sippl, Mr. Jarrod Hamdorf, Liam Hoban, Katey Eickhoff, Teresa Tenner, David Postma, Cole Brathol and team captain Erik Moberg. Submitted photo5 / 9
Students from every grade cheered on their classmates as they raced to complete a series of challenges. The fastest could claim bragging rights during the NRHS Ice Fest pep rally on Friday, Feb. 8. Jordan Willi / RiverTown Multimedia6 / 9
NRHS students and staff braved the weather on Thursday, Feb. 7, to compete in a series of events to claim the Ice Fest championship. Submitted photo7 / 9
All four grade levels took part in a series of challenges during the NRHS Ice Fest pep rally on Friday, Feb. 8, including shooting a basket, jumping rope and using a small scooter to race across the gym floor. Jordan Willi / RiverTown Multimedia8 / 9
NRHS students cling together to try to stay on top of an inner tube while it races down a hill on school grounds. Submitted photo 9 / 9

New Richmond High School students and staff battled the elements and each other during a series of challenges and activities throughout the week of Ice Fest, which took place during the week of Feb. 4-8.