September 22, 2022

2022 Junior Pep Squad

Last week, the varsity cheer team hosted their annual Junior Pep Squad event for all elementary girls. This year, the Junior Pep Squad had 112 participants – our biggest number yet! Each grade level, from TK-fifth, had at least two varsity cheerleaders and two middle school cheerleaders to play games and teach them cheers and a dance.

On Friday, all of the participants performed at halftime at the varsity football game. The CCS cheer program is grateful for the fun-filled week with elementary girls and we are so proud of all their hard work!

 

 

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