Pep Rally Frenzy kicks off Friday night games

Published On: Oct 30 2013 04:40:07 PM EDT
Updated On: Oct 30 2013 04:46:17 PM EDT

It's been a great year!  Friday Football Frenzy was a big success.  Lots of schools showed their spirit.  Now, here's a look back at all of the Game of the Week pep rallies.

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Pep rally: Divine Child gears up to take on Detroit Consortium

We're kicking off the 2013 Friday Football Frenzy season with a huge pep rally at Dearborn Divine Child.

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Pep rally: Gabriel Richard High School

Local 4's Ashlee Baracy is in Riverview to kick off Friday Football Frenzy with students at Gabriel Richard High School.

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Friday Football Frenzy pep rally: Southgate Anderson

Local 4's Ashlee Baracy is live in Southgate for a Friday Football Frenzy pep rally!

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Friday Football Frenzy pep rally: Royal Oak Shrine

Ashlee Baracy hosts a Friday Football Frenzy pep rally at Royal Oak Shrine.

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Pep rally: L'Anse Creuse Lancers

4Frenzy celebrates with the L'Anse Creuse Lancers as they prepare to take on the Utica Chieftains for their homecoming game.

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Friday Football Frenzy pep rally: Clintondale High School

We spend Friday morning at Clintondale High School to celebrate their Game of the Week win!

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Friday Football Frenzy pep rally: South Lyon East

Ashlee Baracy.hosts a live pep rally at South Lyon East in celebration of our Friday Football Frenzy Game of the Week!

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Friday Football Frenzy pep rally: St. Clair Shores Lake Shore

Local 4's Ashlee Baracy hangs out with some pumped up Shorians as they prepare to take on Lakeview!

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Friday Football Frenzy pep rally: Troy High School

Ashlee Baracy hosts a live Friday Football Frenzy pep rally at Troy High School!

Congratulations to all the school who participated! Share the excitement with your family and friends.  Hope to see you next year! 

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