Cheer takes small break

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After the Little Big Game, cheer will be taking a small break from their usual activities.

This past season, the team had a new choreographer and stunt coach to help them with cheers, stunts, and practices. However, with the recent fires and smoke, many of the practices were cancelled, setting them behind their expectations.

Despite the girls’ deterrences, cheer has one of the largest teams in years, and this year’s cheer squad has been dedicated to doing more intricate and spirited performances at games, and plans on continuing this enthusiasm into the year.  

“As a team we’re really trying hard and everyone’s giving 100 percent commitment.” Varsity cheerleader and junior student, Gracy Burdick, said.

Cheer will be over for two to three weeks, then they will perform at a holiday parade, and eventually kick back off when basketball starts, usually resuming around the beginning of January.

Posted on November 26, 2017 .