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Feb 25, 19, 09:46 PM #16Classy move by the Cooper High Cheerleaders tonight remembering our Fallen Angel with the Blue Hair Bows! Well done Ladies......
Feb 25, 19, 11:08 PM #17As mentioned in the game thread, the Cooper students wore blue shirts. Many fans of all teams wore blue hearts on their shirts. There was a moment of silence for Lili before the game. There were a lot of people thinking of Lili, her family and friends tonight.
Feb 25, 19, 11:31 PM #18Truly shocking... does anyone know if more details will be released? I ask because I saw she was in Columbus, I am very familiar with the world class medical facilities up there and I won’t dare speculate. At a loss for words. Just doesn’t make sense, certainly isn’t fair.
Feb 26, 19, 07:40 AM #19
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Feb 26, 19, 09:25 AM #20
The support shown at BB&T Arena last night shows just how close-knit the Northern Kentucky community is. There will always be banter back and forth about who is the best at this or that, but in times like these that is all thrown out the window and we rally and support one another.
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Kudos to all of the participants last night from the administration, teams, cheerleaders, student sections and the NKY community in general. I am sure that it means a lot to the young lady's family that she may be gone, but certainly not forgotten.
The Highlands staff and students have handled the situation about as well as can be expected and they should be commended as well.
Feb 26, 19, 02:09 PM #21