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MOVAL STUDENTS “TOON” INTO SCHOOL SPIRIT AT THE HOMECOMING PEP RALLY

Joessett Marquez

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Homecoming week is full of school spirit and participation that was shown at Moreno Valley High School’s first pep rally of the year on Friday the 13 of October. For the pep rally, each graduating class participates in different competitions in hopes of winning for their class. One game involved two students from each class tying balloons to their ankles and trying to pop their opponents balloons.

The winners of the balloon popping game ended up being the sophomores.

Jair Reyes, 10th grade says, he felt “Great. It was my first time playing.” He also added that, “I didn’t do it for myself, I did it for the class of 2020.”

As for the seniors, they were very disappointed about coming in second, especially because it is their last first pep rally.

Senior Rachael Alvarez says, “I play every year and won every time. Just because we didn’t win doesn’t mean we aren’t the best.”

Her partner was Jeremiah Cook, also a senior.

“We lost because I got double teamed. It just shows our competitive side. You want to win for your class, and not just for yourself.” Jeremiah Cook.

The school has a pep rally every season to show off the sports playing at that time. The fall sports being volleyball, football, cross country, and water polo all ran down the field as their names were being announced, in celebration of their positions, current wins, and upcoming games or meets.

Senior volleyball player Paulina Grijalva says, “ Practicing mostly everyday. We use our opponents techniques to defeat them with their own tactics and coming at them 10 times harder each game.” for her season expectations , undefeated games and CIF champs.

Though the fall sports were announced, Viking Baseball was also recognized for coming in second place for CIF finals.

Coach Allcock says coming in second is, “Bitter sweet , we did something out of all of Southern Ca. We were one of the twelve playing in June.”

He was then asked what is expected of this new season.

“ Every team is different team. I always want to progress. I will never be satisfied.” Coach Allcock. Joessett Marquez
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