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Louisville holds final pep rally

Louisville High had their last pep rally of the school year on March 6. The pep rally began with Crespi Carmelite High’s Motu Uili leading the school in a chant that is usually exclaimed at all of Crespi’s sporting events, since Louisville’s brother school had an upcoming basketball playoff game that evening. The pep rally…
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Clara Cleveland

March 10, 2015

Louisville High had their last pep rally of the school year on March 6. The pep rally began with Crespi Carmelite High’s Motu Uili leading the school in a chant that is usually exclaimed at all of Crespi’s sporting events, since Louisville’s brother school had an upcoming basketball playoff game that evening.

The pep rally included an introduction of all of Louisville’s spring sports teams and several games in which members of Crespi’s ASB and Louisville students participated. The pep rally culminated with In-N-Out and moon bounce slides and obstacle courses.

—Clara Cleveland

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