Published 19:28 Friday, August 26, 2022
By SASHA JOHNS | Specially for the reporter
COLUMBIANA – As the saying goes in Columbiana, “Once a Wildcat, always a Wildcat.” This is most true at the annual community pep rally, traditionally held on Main Street.
This year, however, the pep rally moved to Old Mill Square, where it allowed the fans to spread out, giving the teams the opportunity to be seen visually in groups, but also as a student body all at once. The effect was great and seems to be well received in a community where traditions are important. Shelby County High School is not only the high school of the county seat but also the oldest high school in the county.
The evening began with a welcome from City Councilman, Ricky Ruston, who thanked everyone for coming out. Then Maelyn Kirkland, captain of the cheerleading squad, was introduced as the 2022-23 reigning Miss SCHS, who by tradition serves as the school’s hostess at various events each year.
Kirkland immediately stepped up to her new position by fulfilling her first obligation of the year, meeting the event. One by one, she introduced high school principal Kyle Dudley, school principal Dustin Smith and every coach and team for the fall sports lineup.
As the coaches for the middle school and high school volleyball, cross country, cheerleading, band and soccer teams took the stage, they thanked supporters in the community, shared their goals for the new school year and the seniors as leaders in the Student body introduced. her chosen sport. The cheerleaders led a season-ready crowd in cheers between the introductions of each team.
Just before the introduction of the football team, the Pride of Shelby County Band gave fans a preview of their new halftime program, “Hero’s Don’t Need Capes,” led by sophomore drum major, Abby Nave. Band Director Matt Martindale, shared with the crowd that the program was a tribute to everyday local heroes like First Responders and others who protect and serve in our community every day.
The pep rally ended with senior Bobby Fryer, also known as Wiley the Wildcat the SCHS mascot, leading the students and fans in singing the school’s alma mater. The current student body linked arms and swayed back and forth as they sang the familiar song, alumni throughout the crowd could be heard singing as well.
The beautiful evening and new venue made for a night of spirit and fellowship that helped the season for the Shelby County Wildcats.
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