Sports director Robert Hydrick takes the WALB Spirit Week cameras to Valdosta High for the Wildcats pep rally.
The Winnersville Classic is the biggest game in Valdosta every year between Valdosta and Lowndes High Schools.
The VHS Band was playing its heart out and the dance line put on some great moves.
Wildcat Cheerleaders call 'black' and students answer 'gold.'
A Dance routine and skit followed, and a faux Lowndes fan is pummeled by Valdosta fan.
Valdosta school Supt. Bill Cason was also getting in on the spirit.
Valdosta High Coach Rance Gillespie said "Hey there! Ain' t nothing like being a Wildcat on a Friday night!"
'Go you mighty Wildcats' was a popular cheer.
Reggie McQueen also go out there getting team fired up.
"The city of Valdosta is behind you, with you and pulling for you tonight. We know you are going to do us proud and we know you are going to bring that Winnersville trophy back home where it belongs right here at Valdosta High School!" said John Fretti, Valdosta Mayor.
Students continued dancing to the music, as Valdosta High students got themselves ready for the big game tonight at eight o'clock.
You can watch highlights of the Winnersville Classic tonight at 11 in the Locker Room.