Cheer Preview


Mia Knezevic

Centerfold Editor

The cheer team has been heavily conditioning and practicing their chants, routines and stunts for the last few weeks, getting ready to participate in competitions and raise school spirit.

Senior Zoë Lo has been on the cheer team since her freshman year, and is looking forward to thisbeing her best year yet. “I hope to see lots of school spirit, especially from the class of 2020,” she said. “My other goals for the team are to share a close bond, bring lots of excitement to games and of course have fun!”

The team is looking to elevate their routines and improve their athleticism. “This year we’re goingto focus on better stunting tricks,” sophomore Lucia Acosta said. “I’m really excited for the Night Rally and the Homecoming Game.” This year, Acosta hopes to become more flexible and improve her jumping skills.

Cheer team coach Jazmyn Turner says she plans to improve the team’s stunting and jumping this season. “What I really want to work on with the team this season is their ability to do more advanced skills,” she said. She is also excited to work with all the new additions to the team. “I’m really excited about the new talent,” Turner said. “I have a lot of freshmen and they have a lot of raw talent that I’m excited to explore.”

The cheer team will be cheering on the sidelines of football and basketball games in the winter.You can also watch them perform at the Night Rally during Homecoming week.