By Uriel E. Villalobos
It was a short yet powerful week at Pueblo County High School. As we get closer to the Pigskin Classic, the Hornets begin to hype themselves up for the decades-long rivalry game. Each day a unique and fun way of showing the school spirit happens. Tuesday being Hawaiian Day, our Hornets dressing up with their Hawaiian shirts, shorts, and leis. Wednesday being Dress-Down P-West Day, where we vandalized their own colors to show our great green and gold. Crossing out those Cyclones and showing the County spirit. And Thursday being Green and Gold Day! A day of non-stop Hornet pride! Where we can brand our green and gold to show that we are proud to be part of Pueblo County High School.
Now to kick off the game and finish up the week, there was a pep assembly for the school. It showcased many performances such as cheer and dance, as well as our JROTC’s Color Guard presenting the flags during our National Anthem, and the introductions of our football team! While this week may have been short, it sure packed a punch in pure Hornet spirit.