La Jolla High School students show their spirit

Juniors Coleman Lee and Wyatt Hegeler sell class shirts at the 2013 table.

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Photo by Giovanni Moujaes

La Jolla High students celebrated ‘Blast Off’ Friday night — the annual fundraiser and back-to-school event, that occurs at the first home football game of the year. Each class competes for the spirit award, dressing in class colors and showing who has the most speirit.

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