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Breaking Records

Addie Hartman

January 10, 2019

 

After much anticipation caused by weather delays, 46 Pre K-6th graders put a bow in for the day to learn from the experts--the High School Cheer Squad. Freshman cheerleader, Natalia Cassell had this to say about her first year of helping lead a successful cheer clinic: “I think that my first year of cheer clinic went well. I had so much fun with the kids and look forward to doing it again.”

These soon-to-be cheerleaders took a whole day to learn many cheers and chants, including the ones that would be performed at halftime of a high school basketball game. While taking a break from cheerleading, these cheerleaders participated in some holiday activities to get in the holiday spirit. These activities included a Candy Cane Hunt, hanging stockings, door prizes, and a photo booth to get their sassy side out. When the day was finally wrapped up, they went home to prepare for the big half time performance that would be performed at the Tuesday, December 20 during the Red Cloud games. The PreK-2nd graders started out the performance with a routine titled “How Far I’ll Go” and done so phenomenally. The 3rd-6th grades wrapped up the 2018 cheer clinic with yet another solid performance titled “How Far I’ll Go” as well. To add to the excitement, coach Cleo Mousel was recognized for her 27 years of coaching cheerleading, setting an all-time state record. The cheerleaders thank Cleo for all of her hard work and dedication she puts in for the squad and for putting her time and investments into each member. Cleo put her thoughts together and stated, “I was touched to be honored to be mentioned by such amazing young women. When first asked to be the cheer coach, I never would have imagined to be doing it for so long, but I love it.” 

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