The Bulldogs welcomed the Falcons for an evening of friendly rivalry on Friday, January 9th for the annual Nobles vs. Cotting School basketball game. The event, originated by Will Randle '09 to unite the communities when his sister attended Cotting, has become a beloved tradition for both schools. The Cotting School opened in 1893 as the country's first free day school for children with physical disabilities, and now serves about 120 students from ages 3-22. Its mission is to help each student achieve his or her highest learning potential and level of independence.
Nobles Athletic Director and girls varsity basketball coach Alex Gallagher '90 said, "On behalf of the Girls Basketball Program I just wanted to thank everyone who made the time to be in attendance at our game vs. Cotting. It was a night to remember because of the inspiring players, staff and families from the Cotting School and the enormous outpouring of love and support from the Nobles community."