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Greenbrier High School came out on top for the second year in a row at the Pep Rally on the Square last Thursday in Springfield. PHIL STAUDER
Heritage students cheer after their name is called by the DJ. GLAVINE DAY
Greenbrier’s dance team, the Showstoppers, perform after the cheerleaders. GLAVINE DAY
Greenbrier cheerleaders showed off their spirit. GLAVINE DAY
Greenbrier’s football players run through the cheerleaders at the Pep Rally on the Square. GLAVINE DAY
Heritage students celebrate after winning the egg toss. GLAVINE DAY
Heritage students cheer on the Patriots. GLAVINE DAY
Tommy Blakemore, East Robertson students and East’s mascot cheer on the Indians. GLAVINE DAY
(L to R) Johnny Lyons, Connor Graves, Ryan Glover and Aden Miller cheer on East Robertson. GLAVINE DAY
A Greenbrier student holds up a sign to support the reigning champs. GLAVINE DAY
Springfield students cheer during the Pep Rally on the Square. GLAVINE DAY
Springfield football players celebrate during the Pep Rally on the Square. GLAVINE DAY
Greenbrier students cheer their team on during the sack race. GLAVINE DAY
Springfield pulled to victory in the tug-o-war at the Pep Rally. PHIL STAUDER
Kathy Gunn (left) explains to Springfield HS School Resource officer, Sheika Taylor, her role as the “mistress of the rope” just before the tug-o-war. PHIL STAUDER
Springfield band conductor, Erika Sevier at Pep Rally. PHIL STAUDER
The Springfield clarinet line. PHIL STAUDER
Anissa Gordon twirls the rifle during Springfield Band performance. PHIL STAUDER
The Springfield band. PHIL STAUDER
Heritage students get loud at the Pep Rally. PHIL STAUDER
Jo Byrns’ Allison Ogg. PHIL STAUDER
Springfield’s Haven Eisner. PHIL STAUDER
East Robertson’s Tommy Blakemore. PHIL STAUDER
Greenbrier’s Rebecca Ziegler swept the competition on the limbo stick. PHIL STAUDER
The Greenbrier band. PHIL STAUDER
There was lots of pressure on the Springfield egg tossers. PHIL STAUDER
Kathy Gunn (center) gives directions to the egg tossers. PHIL STAUDER
The East Robertson band. PHIL STAUDER
East Robertson’s Levi Martin (foreground) works to get his feet into a sack during the sack race at the Pep Rally on the Square. PHIL STAUDER
The Jo Byrns band. PHIL STAUDER
Jo Byrns cheerleaders. PHIL STAUDER
Heritage cheerleaders. PHIL STAUDER
Heritage percussionist, Laura Van Veckhoven (left) plays symbols as her mom, Dana, holds her music sheet. PHIL STAUDER
Heritage band at Pep Rally on the Square. PHIL STAUDER
Heritage baritone horn player, Abigail Carpenter, plays during the pep rally. PHIL STAUDER
The Greenbrier Bobcat mascot, holds Mason Lincoln 3. PHIL STAUDER
The Greenbrier dance team performs. PHIL STAUDER
Greenbrier players watch the GHS cheerleaders. PHIL STAUDER
Riley Hallum gives her blessing to the Heritage egg just before the egg toss. PHIL STAUDER
Heritage sack racer, Addison Holmes, get psyched up for the competition. PHIL STAUDER
East Robertson’s Colton Hudson can’t wait to get hopping during activities Thursday. PHIL STAUDER
Jo Byrns band members (L to R) Cole Welch, Larissa Stratton and Shelly Plank play at the Pep Rally on the Square. PHIL STAUDER
Rex Raines III, 3 years-old from Greenbrier, takes in the Pep Rally on the Square from a different angle. PHIL STAUDER
Robertson County Chamber of Commerce President & Chief Economic Development Officer, Margo Fosnes, gives directions to the participants. PHIL STAUDER
Nolan Duke provides support for Chance Merithew at the Pep Rally on the Square. PHIL STAUDER
Zack Hicks brings the East Robertson flag into the square. PHIL STAUDER
DJ, Donald Foley, kept the Pep Rally on the Square rocking. PHIL STAUDER
Heritage cheerleader, Aniyah Tucker (left) helps Harley Phillips with her hair before the Pep Rally on the Square Thursday.

SPRINGFIELD - For the second year in a row, the Greenbrier Bobcats took home the Volunteer State Bank Sprit Trophy during last Thursday's Pep Rally on the Square. The event, which is presented by the Robertson County Chamber of Commerce, was celebrating its 20th year.

Competitions included a sack race, egg toss, limbo and tug of war, but the teams also got points raised for donations and pennant sales. It was a very tight finish as Greenbrier won with 15 points, edging out White House Heritage (14) and Springfield (13).

The money raised from the event went to support #ACTCounts, a program that rewards all seniors who hit three out of the four ACT benchmarks.

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