Squad transitions from field to court

During the football game every Friday night at Mansion Park, the cheer squad is always ready to cheer on our school’s football team. The cheerleaders help keep the audience entertained and loud.

The cheerleaders do not just cheer for football games but basketball season as well.

According to sophomore Brooke Del Biondo, junior Delilah Noel and senior Alexiss Lyle believe the cheerleading squad has great chemistry and made sure they were all there for each other.

“I could not have asked for a better team! Since we are a team, we all acted like a team and we were there for each other when we needed it,” Del Biondo said.

“We all get along pretty well,” Lyle said.

Lyle, Del Biondo, and Noel all wanted to do cheerleading for many of the same reasons.

“I wanted to be a cheerleader because I wanted to support our sports teams,” Lyle said.

“I wanted to join the high school’s cheerleading squad because I knew it would of been a lot different from the junior highs squad and it is,” Del Biondo said.

“I wanted to join the cheer squad because I wanted to cheer on our football team and I wanted to be a part of a team,” Noel said.

The cheerleading squad wants to accomplish many things this year but the most important is being able to go the Citrus Bowl in Florida.

The Citrus Bowl is a college football game which the cheerleaders were fortunate to get to be able to perform in the pregame show, live on air.

“We were fortunate to get an award by the Universal Cheerleaders Association(UCA) Camp at St. Rose,” Del Biondo said.

The cheerleading squad also gets to go and celebrate bringing in 2018 and it is not just for cheerleading but representing our school.

“I am very excited to go to Florida with my squad,” Noel said.

Many of the cheerleaders believe that they did well during the football season cheerleading wise.

I think we did really good this season. We got new uniforms and we got the students really involved this year,” Noel said.

“The other cheerleaders did great! The sophomores worked really hard to learn all of the cheers over the summer and I am so proud of them,” Lyle said.

“I thought we did amazing during the football season,” Del Biondo said.

The last football was the last for the senior cheerleaders.

“It felt great! I was so happy to cheer my last football game ever,” Lyle said.

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