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As last week came to an end, the spirit didn’t stop at the pep assembly.

The pep assembly honored the varsity fall sport players and hosted various friendly  competitions for the Spartans. It ended with exciting chants from each class to get rowdy for the Homecoming game that night. The exhilaration throughout the bleachers resonated with students and teachers, leaving it to be the perfect start for an amazing evening.

The rowdiness took a turn and left activities director Scott Harris with stitches.

“I love Coach Harris so when I hit him, I felt pretty bad at first, but we laughed about it later,” said junior Trent Diener.

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