KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Get ready to rumble, East Tennessee!

Football season is back, and we've got pep rallies at area high schools every Friday morning to celebrate. 

Powell High School 

10News Reporter Yvonne Thomas was live Friday, Sept. 20 at Powell High School ahead of the football team's home game against Clinton High School. And she was joined by the band, cheerleaders and a whole lot of energetic students! They showed off their moves and we caught all the fun on camera. 

For the rest of Powell's schedule for the season, click here.

Alcoa and Maryville High Schools

Well, 10News Today went all out for the rivalry game between Maryville and Alcoa on Thursday, Sept. 12! 10News Reporter Yvonne Thomas was live with a huge group of riled up Maryville students and 10News Meteorologist Rebecca Sweet was with an even bigger group of fanatic Alcoa fans ahead of the big game. Check out their wild competing pep rallies in the video above. 

The game will be held at Maryville High School at 7 p.m. on Sept. 12. 

For the rest of Alcoa's game schedule for the season, click here.

For the rest of Maryville's schedule for the season, click here.

Halls High School

10News Meteorologist Rebecca Sweet is with the cheerleaders and dance team at Halls High School. The Tigers are preparing for another Friday night under the lights and are taking on Gibson County. It wouldn't be a pep rally without the cheerleaders and they were fired up Friday morning! 

The game will be held at Halls High School at 7 p.m. on Sept. 6. 

For the rest of the team's schedule for the season, click here.

Loudon High School

10News Anchor Heather Waliga paid a visit to Loudon High School on Thursday, Aug. 29 for a morning pep rally ahead of the school's own version of a 'Battle of the Bridge' game against Lenoir City High School. She got to see some killer dance moves and a lot of big energy ahead of the annual rivalry game. 

The game will be held at Loudon High School at 7 p.m. on Aug. 29. 

For the rest of the team's schedule for the season, click here. 

Anderson County High School

Check out the video below of our first school visit of the season at Anderson County High School with the Mavericks, where they showed off a few science experiments and got loud and proud ahead of the first game of the season against the Clinton Dragons for the annual big rivalry game, the 'Battle of the Bridge.' 

The game will be held at Clinton High School at 7:30 p.m. on Aug. 23. 

For the rest of the team's schedule for the season, click here.

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Check back here each week for a new edition of our Friday pep rallies from across East Tennessee.