RAHWAY — Having withstood the flooding of Hurricanes Irene and Tropical Storm Lee as well as the difficulties of maneuvering around construction in its building, staff and students at Rahway High School took time to encourage their many athletes with a pep rally held in the school gym at the close of the first week of classes on Friday, Sept. 9.
The school’s award-winning band and cheerleaders led students in appreciation of the fall sports teams – football (varsity, junior varsity and freshman), soccer (boys’ and girls’), volleyball, tennis, and cross-country.
In addition, the various classes competed in a scavenger hunt with the juniors winning over the freshmen, sophomores and even the mighty seniors. Weekend competition includes a Friday afternoon boy’s soccer game against Governor Livingston and a volleyball game against Arthur L. Johnson as well as a Saturday football game against North Plainfield, and the cross-country team participating in the St. Dominic Invitational Tournament in Lincoln Park.
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