CHS shows school spirit

Sarah Police

Staff Writer

CHS is kicking off the year with its first pep rally. This Friday students will be gathering at Buddy Echols Field during first period to start the festivities.

Students will be showing school spirit through out the pep rally including a performance from the Lariettes and the band. The Silver Spurs will create excitement among the students for Friday’s game against the Arlington Colts. Senior girls will also be showing school spirit with their senior overalls decked out in school colors.

The game is home at Buddy Echols Field this Friday at 7:30p.m.

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