MONROE, Indiana (WANE) – The people of Monroe play soft music on the soccer field – and after games.
After every win – and there have been 13 so far this season – Adams Central players, coaches and fans come together on the pitch to sing “AC Boogie”.
The song was dreamed up by assistant coach Rod Mosser, who is in his 50th – and final – coaching season. Mosser, who was at Fort Knox during Vietnam, gave a familiar military cadence a touch of Adams Central.
Rod Mosser then passed the lyrics on to his grandson, Adams Central main receiver / defensive back Joshua Mosser, who helped introduce her to the team and serves as the song’s unofficial frontman.
The players, although it was funny at first, but as the wins increased and fans started to get familiar with the lyrics at school rallies, it has become a staple of this Jets team.
The Jets – who only sing it after the wins – hope to sing “AC Boogie” once again this season, this time at Lucas Oil Stadium. The Jets will face Indianapolis Lutheran in the 1A State title game on Friday at noon.
WANE-TV will be in Indy for the Championship game and will have full coverage that night on Highlight Zone, Fort Wayne’s longest-running and most watched sports show!