December 7, 2023

Varsity Cheer is State Runner-Up!

The Warrior varsity cheerleaders took second place overall in the TAPPS Division 4 State Championships and received a Superior Honor. The girls competed at the Belton Expo Center in Temple, TX on Monday, December 4, 2023. They entered the Traditional Division which had 10 other teams and the routines were performed twice to determine the winners. On both routines, Cypress Cheer hit a zero deduction in helping bring home the State Runner-Up award! The team faced many challenges and through their hard work and dedication the team prevailed. 

The following athletes received individual accolades that were given by TAPPS at the competition. Please join us in congratulating these ladies!

1st Team ALL-STATE

Claire Johnson (12) & Evie Greenberg (11)

2nd Team ALL-STATE

Alex Slabic (12)

Honorable Mention ALL-STATE

Rachel Czagas (10)

Competition Cheer Team:

Alex Slabic, Annika Sandhu, Ashleigh Townsend, Claire Johnson, Makena Pham, Sophia Swanton, Evie Greenberg, Sophia Wanic, Mary Wax, Rachel Czagas, Brooke Intrau, Faith Bender. Alternate: Lilah Johnson

We are so incredibly proud of these girls, and our Warrior Cheer program!

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