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Students show spirit at South Mountain’s Homecoming pep rallies

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Students show spirit at South Mountain’s Homecoming pep rallies

South Mountain High School junior Angel Rivera started off the first homecoming pep rally with a bang when he sang the National Anthem.

South Mountain High School junior Angel Rivera started off the first homecoming pep rally with a bang when he sang the National Anthem.

Photo by Makayla Lambert

South Mountain High School junior Angel Rivera started off the first homecoming pep rally with a bang when he sang the National Anthem.

Photo by Makayla Lambert

Photo by Makayla Lambert

South Mountain High School junior Angel Rivera started off the first homecoming pep rally with a bang when he sang the National Anthem.

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On September 29th, South Mountain High School held two pep rallies during Advisory. Students wore red and blue wristbands to enter the assembly and sat in the stands based on their grade level. The pep rallies started with JROTC holding the American and Arizona flag while junior Angel Rivera sang the National Anthem.

Students from the dance magnet, who were all wearing red sweatshirts and red bows performed and later, members of the Black Student union presented a hip hop routine. The dancers all wore white Black Student Union shirts and blue jeans and danced to songs from the 90’s like, “Poison” by Bell Biv DeVoe.

Volunteers from the varsity football team and homecoming royalty were also pulled from the crowd to participate in a game of basketball. The participants were split into two groups and had to race to see which team would be able to make shots like a lay up, free throw, and half court shot first. In the end, the girls from the homecoming royalty won the relay won during the first pep rally and the varsity football volunteers won during the second one.

The assemblies ended with each class year competing for the spirit stick by yelling to see which grade could be the loudest.

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Marissa De Santiago, Reporter

I am a senior at South Mountain High School and have been a reporter for the Southwinds newspaper for two years. I participate in Academic Decathlon, am...

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