Cleveland Celebrates Spirit Week at Its Annual Pep Rally

Performances from cheer teams and the naming of Homecoming winners mark the annual pep rally.

The CvHS Cheerleading team was featured in this years pep rally

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The CvHS Cheerleading team was featured in this year’s pep rally

Kara Brown, Staff Writer

CLEVELAND–Pep rallies are a way to bring the whole school together to do something fun. This has been going on since before our parents were in high school, and it will probably continue for generations.
This Cleveland High School pep rally featured a performance from both JV and Varsity cheerleading teams, as well as performances from the dance team and the powder puff cheer squads from the Freshman and Sophomore classes.

All fall sports teams were introduced, including cross-country and tennis, which both featured conference champions, along with the JV and Varsity volleyball, soccer, and football teams ahead of Friday night’s homecoming football game against Smithfield Selma.

Homecoming Princes for all grade levels were announced, with Jake Ginn and Brad Biggs winning the titles of Homecoming Prince for the freshman and sophomore classes. Cameron Witmer was named the junior Homecoming Prince. Jake Mason was named senior Homecoming Prince, and Markeese King was named 2016 Homecoming King.

In the end, the school’s pep rally was cut short when the weather turned rainy towards the end of the celebration.