Parents and other family members escorted their football playing and cheerleading sons and daughters Friday night after the final regular-season game at Grossmont High School. But when several students had nobody to march down the track with, Associated Student Body adviser Jeremy Hersch offered to fill in. And when the parade was over, Hersch did a few kicks and jumps to distinguish himself from the parental units. Often wearing jerseys with the same numbers of their varsity sons, moms and dads marched proudly—as proudly as the Royal Blue Regiment band did during halftime under first-year band director James Llamas.
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