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On Wednesday, Feb. 7, Barons kicked off the new semester with a school wide pep rally.
Jonah Peters
Captain Emilie Lynch leads a B-CC Poms performance at Wdnesday’s pep rally

On Wednesday, Feb. 7, Barons kicked off the new semester with a school wide pep rally. The spirited event began with the B-CC chorus, led by Ms. Itkin, singing the national anthem.

Master of Ceremonies, Senior Vaughn Garcia, said, “I’m super excited to get out in front of my school and get them into second semester spirit.” Following the pep rally, Garcia added, “that was one of the best high school moments of my life, getting to see everyone all together talking and laughing, and I am super excited to end this year right.”

Following the national anthem, B-CC Moves, Drumline, Cheer, Poms, Step, and the beatboxing club performed. B-CC Moves set the tone with their energetic hip-hop performance and had the crowd engaged. The step team’s rhythms ended the pep rally on the right note. 

Member of B-CC moves, Senior Scarlett Potter, said, “Perform[ing] in front of B-CC is a pretty exhilarating experience, as any performance would be. There’s a lot of anticipation and energy going on, but it’s super fun.” 

This pep rally was the second official one of the year for the 2023-2024 school year. As the SGA continues to try and encourage school spirit, they are already looking forward to this spring, when they plan on hosting another pep rally outside on the field. 

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Logan Tongberg, Staff Reporter
Logan Tongberg is a news writer for the Tattler and is also on the girls soccer team at BCC. She loves to hang out with her friends and family and going to the beach.
Jonah Peters, Staff Photographer
Jonah Peters is a senior and does photography for the Tattler. This is his first official year on the Tattler (although he unofficially took photos for them the previous year as well). In his free time he plays guitar, tennis, and also does his own photography.

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