First Pep Rally Back


Kira Knox

On September 23 at 2:15 p.m., the Clearfield High School had their first pep rally back after the Covid-19 outbreak. Grades 9-12 gathered in the Bison gym while the cheerleaders and the band performed. Grades 9 and 10 on one side of the gym, and grades 11 and 12 on the other. Games and activities were played by the Homecoming court. The games included musical chairs and the competition of which grade level was the loudest. The seniors won that competition. When I asked cheer team captain, Anna Twigg, about the first pep rally back since she was in eighth grade, she said, “I thought it was nice to see the school all together again.”

During this pep rally, the school discovered who the Homecoming king was by eating a cupcake with filling. The one who got a red filled cupcake would be crowned Homecoming king. Cole Miller received the red filling and was crowned king. The senior football players were recognized, and they did a quick speech for the school, which hyped up students for the football game later that night.