Hingham High School Shows Its Pep

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Hingham High School Shows Its Pep

The packed stands gather together to take part in this year's winter pep rally.

The packed stands gather together to take part in this year's winter pep rally.

Mary Kelly Prosky Gilbert

The packed stands gather together to take part in this year's winter pep rally.

Mary Kelly Prosky Gilbert

Mary Kelly Prosky Gilbert

The packed stands gather together to take part in this year's winter pep rally.

Mary Kelly Prosky Gilbert, Contributing Writer

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Since the holiday season is upon us, we take this time to come together to commemorate all of the people and things we are thankful for. In our school community, we celebrate the ending of the fall season and the beginning to a new chapter in the school year. Wednesday, November 21st, marked the day of the annual Thanksgiving Pep Rally!

Students filed into the gym as the HHS band played. First, the Hingham High Dance Team brought many spectators to their feet as the team put on a performance for the students and facility. Then, in an entertaining routine, the seniors on the Dance Team and the Football Team danced together. “I loved seeing all the hard work both the Dance Team and the Football Team do to make us laugh,” sophomore Emma Brockwell explained.

In addition, student-athletes who have worked to the best of their abilities all season were honored for their incredible achievements. These awards were presented by the Athletic Director at HHS, James Quatromoni. The Pep Rally ended with an intense tug of war battle between the classes. Both the seniors and the juniors dominated the underclassmen. The upperclassman played the final round against each other in which the seniors took the victory.

The Pep Rally came to an end around 11:00, allowing students to enjoy the rest of the day out of school before the Thanksgiving festivities began. 

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