R/W Week 2018: Crimsons go crazy at the pep rally

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R/W Week 2018: Crimsons go crazy at the pep rally

Crimsons go crazy at the pep rally. Photo by Payton Carns

Crimsons go crazy at the pep rally. Photo by Payton Carns

Crimsons go crazy at the pep rally. Photo by Payton Carns

Crimsons go crazy at the pep rally. Photo by Payton Carns

Payton Carns

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Manual wrapped up their much anticipated Red/White Week with a pep rally to get pumped up for the Male v. Manual game on Friday.

This is the longest and most exciting pep rally for students and faculty at Manual.

The pep rally started at 12:58 and students joined in to sing the national anthem.


Things started off with a relay race win by the seniors and the sophomores taking the win for the pie-eating contest.

The sophomores dominating the pie eating contest. Photo by Payton Carns.

The winning band of Ramstock then stepped up to perform.

The guitarists run up and down the court to get the crowd engaged. Photo by Payton Carns.

The guitarist amuses the students as he drops to the floor. Photo by Payton Carns.

The anticipated Manual Dazzlers came onto the court to perform their routine.

The Dazzlers strike a pose during their performance. Photo by Payton Carns.

The Dazzlers showing off their gear to the crowd. Photo by Payton Carns.

The Dazzlers during their pep rally performance. Photo by Payton Carns.

After another competition win for the seniors, the junior and senior powderpuff cheerleaders began their performances.

Manual Juniors strike a pose during their powderpuff performance. Photo by Payton Carns.

The junior powderpuff cheerleaders during their dance. Photo by Payton Carns.

The senior powderpuff cheerleaders begin their performance. Photo by Payton Carns.

A senior powderpuff cheerleader hypes up the crowd in a chicken suit. Photo by Payton Carns.

There is a break after the performances to recognize Lily Gonzales (11, MST) as the first female winner of Iron Manual, a competition to see who can perform difficult tasks from every magnet in Manual.


After rounds of sumo wrestling, the seniors win the competition.

Manual students facing off in the sumo wrestling competition. Photo by Payton Carns.

A sumo wrestler takes down another. Photo by Payton Carns.

Manual’s cheerleaders and step team collaborated on a special performance for the spectators.

The step team and cheerleaders feeling the beat. Photo by Payton Carns.

Step team members strike a pose. Photo by Payton Carns.

The cheerleaders flying through their performance. Photo by Payton Carns.

Athletic Director David Zuberer stepped onto the court to announce the future games and meets coming up for the fall sports in his traditional crimson red suit.

Athletic Director Zube hypes up the crowd for the upcoming sports. Photo by Payton Carns.

Zube’s speech led to the cheerleaders leading the students in chants which started off the traditional Red/White cheers among the classes.

The cheerleaders get the crowd ready for the Red/White cheers. Photo by Payton Carns.

The Cheerleaders lead the crowd in cheers. Photo by Payton Carns.

After the Red/White cheers and surprise freshmen win of the last competition, Manual principal Mr. Darryl Farmer sealed the pep rally off with awarding the senior class with the spirit stick once again.

A senior checking his pie face during the last relay competition. Photo by Payton Carns.

Mr. Dallmann commanding the crowd before being pied in the face. Photo by Payton Carns.

The seniors cheering at their last Red White Week pep rally. Photo by Payton Carns.