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WNCN's Friday Blitz visits Cardinal Gibbons for pep rally

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RALEIGH, N.C. -

WNCN Today's Page Crawford visited Cardinal Gibbons High School in Raleigh for the second installment of the Friday Blitz Pep Rally series.

Students, faculty, staff and even local middle school students taking part in family week at the school all showed up bright and early to show their school spirit before Friday night's game against Ravenscroft.

The pep rally featured the Cardinal Gibbons band, cheerleaders, dancers, four All-Americans from four different sports and a raucous cheering section highlighted by a student in a green body suit.

The pep rally was lively and loud the whole time WNCN was out at the school.

Tune in Friday mornings to see which school Page Crawford will be at next. 

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