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First pep rally preps patriots for a great season

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The newly appointed ‘King of the Student Section’ Carson Homitz starts off the pep rally strong with his passionate entrance speech. Later that day he would lead the student section in cheers, chants and other traditions in support of the football team.

On Fri., Aug. 25, school spirit was at an all-time high during the first pep rally of the year. Students gathered in the gym to celebrate the first home football game of the season against the Oviedo Lions. When the class of 2023 graduated, they left a legacy of unmatched school spirit behind them, especially in student government. They passed the torch on to the class of 2024, who knocked the first pep rally out of the park, preparing the entire student body to rally behind the football team as they took to the field. Coming into the season, pressure was on the student government as they continued to organize the school year’s events, as well as a fantastic student section for every sport. The first pep rally successfully amped up spirit and excitement within the student body. The stands were loud, the games brought everyone in the crowd together and the arts performers showed off their many talents. ‘The Riot’ stays strong in the hands of this year’s graduating class, as students gear up for the most spirited season to date. 

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Madalyn Propst
Madalyn Propst, Multi-Media Editor
Madalyn Propst is a senior, and the multimedia editor for 2023-2024, she is heavily involved in the school's chorus, and the Florida Democratic Party. She plans on double majoring in political and computer science in the fall.
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Gauge Spurlock, Staff Reporter
Gauge Spurlock is a sophomore going into his first year on the Brantley Banner staff. He is an active member in the theater troupe and is a logistics officer for the choir. Spurlock enjoys drawing and reading in his spare time. He is very excited to gain experience in newspaper and can’t wait to share his perspective.
Amelia Galliford
Amelia Galliford, Section Editor
Junior Amelia Galliford is a second year staff member and the features editor of the Brantley Banner. Galliford is a part of the Thespian troupe and the Quill and Scroll Honor Society. Galliford enjoys reading books and writing stories in her spare time. After school Galliford participates in archery and creates fun art. She hopes to pursue a career in science or the performing arts.
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Nyla Black, Staff Reporter
Junior Nyla Black is a first year staff reporter for the Brantley Banner. Outside of school, she participates in various hobbies such as attending reptile conventions and antique markets, or going thrifting at Goodwills from time to time and collecting antique books. She is excited to be on the newspaper staff and is grateful for the experience it will give her to pursue journalism as a career in the future.
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