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Aracely Torres said “Tryouts were easy! This is the first year I’ve been a cheerleader. I wanted to be a cheerleader because I think it’s fun. I don’t have a favorite cheer. It really didn’t cost me to be a cheerleader.”

Ms.Wells said, “I’ve been a cheerleader coach for 3 years. I was a cheerleader since I was a kid, from the age of 5 to 13 and I just love it.It will cost the cheerleaders $17 tota: $12 to go on the field trip and $5 for the bows. We put in a lot of hours for practice, over 12 hours each week, counting games!”

Damiona Jones said, “I’ve been a cheerleader for about six months. I wanted to be a cheerleader because it’s fun. I do have favorite cheerleader movies–all the “Bring It On” movies. It wouldn’t cost me much to be cheerleader, except to sleep. I practice three hours per week for cheerleading.”

 

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