Dedicated group supports school sports

Members of the school pep club show up at sporting events to help get athletes, other fans excited for games

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Members of the crowd at the pep assembly stare intently at junior Trent Diener as he leads the crowd in the roller coaster chant at a pep assembly in August. Diener is one of the leaders of the school Pep Club and helps organize the @FHCGetRowdy Twitter account.

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Junior Trent Diener supported the boys soccer team on Oct. 6. Diener led the crowd in a variation of chants to pump up the team.

“The boys and girls need support no matter what,” junior Skylar Picker said. The soccer team won the game against North 3-0.

“We make a series of chants to kind of get the crowd involved,” Diener said.

Diener and the rest of the student section really helps the team a lot with all of the things that he does to get the crowd going.

“If it’s like a third down and you’re about to get the first down, and you have your student section cheering you on and making a chant, it gets you pumped,” senior football player Nathan Lane said.