Full of pep

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Girls field hockey team members perform a dance skit. Girls field hockey team members perform a dance skit.

EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP - Egg Harbor Township High School staff and students gathered for a pep rally Friday, Oct. 26 to celebrate academic and athletic achievements. School officials said it was the school's first pep rally in two years and was organized as a reward for the student’s good behavior. It also served as a run up to the Oct. 26 Homecoming football game.

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  Egg Harbor Township cheerleaders perform a dance to pump up the student body at the start of the pep rally Friday, Oct. 26. Egg Harbor Township cheerleaders perform a dance to pump up the student body at the start of the pep rally Friday, Oct. 26.

Vice Principal Matt Carey pretends to play guitar during a student skit. Vice Principal Matt Carey pretends to play guitar during a student skit.

Juan Paolo Chamorro lip-syncs Michael Jackson's Juan Paolo Chamorro lip-syncs Michael Jackson's

Egg Harbor Township High School students Taria Mitchell and Rebecca Wizov sing the national anthem. Egg Harbor Township High School students Taria Mitchell and Rebecca Wizov sing the national anthem.

High school students fill the bleachers. High school students fill the bleachers.

Principal Terry Charlton tells the students the administration approved the pep rally as a reward for good behavior and promises to offer more rewards if the students keep their end of a verbal agreement made at the beginning of the year to behave appropriately. Principal Terry Charlton tells the students the administration approved the pep rally as a reward for good behavior and promises to offer more rewards if the students keep their end of a verbal agreement made at the beginning of the year to behave appropriately.

Cheerleaders call out the names of student groups. Cheerleaders call out the names of student groups.

Members of the girls soccer team wait to be recognized. Members of the girls soccer team wait to be recognized.

16 Soccer goalie Brad Watkins is honored for breaking school records. 16 Soccer goalie Brad Watkins is honored for breaking school records.

Football players are ready to take the field to perform their skit, a take on Football players are ready to take the field to perform their skit, a take on

 


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