St. Joseph High School (S.B.) kicks off 16 News Nows FNF Pep Rally

Thu Aug 22 09:46:12 PDT 2019

St. Joseph High School (S.B.) kicks off 16 News Nows FNF Pep Rally

On Thursday, 16 Morning News Now held its first pep rally of the high school football season and for two straight years hundreds filled Alumni Gymnasium at St. Joseph High School.

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