RHS SGC Takes First Place at MASC Lip Sync
Video by Kristen Walsh
Haley Macray, Veritas Web & Features Editor
HYANNIS – On March 11, the first day of the annual Massachusetts Association of Student Councils (MASC) conference, the Rockland High School Student Government Council (RHS SGC) competed in the Lip Sync contest.
After many rehearsals of the choreography by Council Advisor Ms. Joanne White, Council President Katie DeLorey, and Council Publicity Coordinator Ashley Pezzella, the RHS SGC members were ready to give the competition their all.
With boys dressed in black pants and white dress shirts and girls wearing all black with camo bandanas, the RHS MASC delegates lip synced and danced their hearts out in a battle of the sexes. The soundtrack included crowd pleasers such as Beyonce’s “Run the World (Girls)” and “Flawless,” the Cops theme song “Bad Boys,” and Wiz Khalifa’s “We Dem Boyz.”
The crowd cheered and sang along as RHS SGC performed. After the judges deliberated, they announced that Rockland High School had won first place for the first time in RHS history.
After all the practices and hardwork put into the Lip Sync performance taking first place was a huge accomplishment.