South Brunswick High School Breaks Guinness World Record (VIDEO)

SBHS senior Ian Moritz lead the school to break the Guinness record for most high-fives in one hour during a school pep rally on Friday.

Inside a raucous gym on Friday at , high-fives were being exchanged frantically up and down the packed bleachers. The hand slapping wasn't in celebration of a victory for the Vikings, however.

Senior ran up and down one set of bleachers after another as the school attempted to break the Guinness Book of World Records for most high-fives in an hour.

In addition to a successful prom date invitation during the rally, the event was a triumph for Moritz. As the students yelled at the top of their lungs celebrating fall and spring sports teams while the SBHS dance squads performed, Moritz slapped his way to 1,739 high-fives, unofficially breaking the record. 

Jack Wagon March 20, 2012 at 10:59 AM
Well played, sir! Good job! That young man is a leader who's going to be successful in life. I see him from time to time at school events and around town, and he always handles himself very well. Born leader! Parents are nice people too.
Tednancy March 20, 2012 at 09:31 PM
Very awesome!! Congrats to Ian M, Student Council, and the rest of SBHS! Keep up the great work


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