Articles in the Pep Rally Category
By Caroline Sipple
On Friday, Jan. 20, Leon held Tallahassee’s first ever black light pep rally, which ended ten minutes early because of “moshing” by juniors and seniors which resulted in injury.
Moshing is a trend that has been going on at previous pep rallies, which involves students jumping on top of …
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By Will Rasmussen
The Leon High School basketball team retired Tommy Curtis’ number 33 jersey last week on April 10. Curtis was a 1969 graduate of Leon and a 3-year letterman on varsity for the Lions. In his senior season Curtis was named Florida’s Player of the Year, earning All-State, All-Southern and All-American …
By Michael Manias
Spirit week finished today, April 10, with a lively pep rally in the gymnasium. Near the end of the pep rally, former basketball player Tommy Curtis’ jersey was retired.
During the ceremony, Curtis stood in the center of the court with the current basketball team.
After shaking each of the players’ …
By Chloe Patterson
After spending an afternoon with senior boys painted in red and white and bursting into classrooms, sixth period ended and the classes all headed to the gym for the pep rally.
The marching band blasted the gym with their spirit as students piled into the bleachers.
The pep rally began …
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By Michaela Westmoreland
On Friday, Nov. 7 we had a pep rally that included head shaving and fundraising.
During the pep rally, we found out that the Leon student body raised $15, 124.70 for the Tallahassee Memorial Hospital foundation for fighting cancer, which also met our goal of $15,000 for the cancer …