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Classes Show Their Colors

Winter Pep Rally Spirit 2019

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Midlothian students marched into the 2019 Winter Pep Rally with their class colors in order to impress the judges and win big at the end of the day. The freshmen brought a new taste of color with flashy orange; the sophomores intimidated the competition in all black; the juniors impressed the crowd with their all white attire; and the seniors rocked out in red.

Midlo High students anticipate Pep Rally days for different reasons; while some enjoy the thrill of the competition, others are enthusiastic to cover themselves in their class color. Midlo pep rallies never fail to get students hyped up and ready to compete in each sport. With bragging rights on the line, Midlo juniors cheered the loudest and took the win in the Winter 2019 Pep Rally.

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Sophie King, Class of 2019

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