Pride of the Tribe is a collection of Granite Bay High School’s Fans of the Month.
Check them out below!
Fan of the Month: Madison Fitch
Granite Bay High School has many students that exhibit Grizzly P.R.I.D.E, but senior Madison Fitch goes above and beyond by being involved in a variety of athletics. She illustrates the “engagement” element of P.R.I.D.E.
Fitch is dedicated to both attending and participating in GBHS athletic games. She has played both soccer and basketball for Granite Bay, but appreciates sports of ...
Fan of the Month: Bradley Roe
Standout senior Bradley Roe excels as a student and fan of the Granite Bay High School Grizzlies.
In his four years at GBHS, Roe has established his presence at most home games for sports like basketball and football.
“I’ve attended all the home football games this year,” Roe said.
Roe enjoys cheering for his football team on Friday nights.
Fan of the Month: Nick Fisher
Nick Fisher has been an extremely involved student and always displays school spirit.
Fisher was a powderpuff cheerleader for the 2019 season. Cheering on the senior girls, he was able to express his dedication to promoting Granite Bay spirit.
Fisher described his involvement in powderpuff as exciting and unifying, “It was really fun, I liked cheering with people I did not know tha...
Fan of the Month: Natalie Ruybal
Many students at Granite Bay High School represent grizzly pride every game day, but senior Natalie Ruybal is a student that exceeds fan expectations at every athletic event.
Natalie Ruybal has participated in water polo and swim throughout her high school career, so she knows what it’s like to have supportive fans at her games and meets.
“My favorite sport to watch is eith...
Fan of the Month: Michela Smith
Senior Michela Smith overshadows other fans as a student and fan in the Tribe section at Granite Bay High School.
Over the course of her fours years at GBHS, Michela was a cheerleader during the football and basketball seasons.
However, this year Michela finally will be able to express her true grizzly pride in the spirit section.
“Cheer doesn’t cheer at basketball games anymore because...