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How to Cope with the Aged-Out Blues

by Kylee Winnett Whether you’ve cheered for one season or since your pom poms were bigger than your body, all cheerleaders share a common dread of the day they’ll age off of their team. It is difficult to walk away from a sport that requires so much time, money, passion, and dedication- especially if it has been a central aspect of your life for a long time. But, have no fear! All cheerleaders must cope with the aged-out blues eventually, so you’re not alone.  Here are some helpful tips (tried and tested by yours truly!) to make the transition...

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VIDEO: Texas high school cheerleader appears to defy gravity in viral stunt

HOW!?Posted by SportsCenter on Saturday, December 2, 2017 A Texas high school cheerleader is blowing minds on Twitter after she posted a video that appears to show her defying gravity. Ariel, a student at Brazoria County’s Manvel High School, gives a seemingly invisible box three firm pats before planting her foot in the air and taking one giant step into viral history. We’re stumped how she was able to walk on thin air, and so are the hoards of people who have seen the video. The incredible stunt has been liked more than 210,000 times and shared more than...

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Mardi Gras Spirit Joins Varsity Brands

Mardi Gras Spirit Events has become the latest independent event producer to join the Varsity All Star family of brands. In a letter sent out Friday, founder and president Jennine Sentilles reassured customers that they would be able to expect the same positive, family-friendly experiences that have been associated with the brand since 1998. Remaining headquartered in New Orleans, LA with the same staff, they will now be offering US Finals and Summit bids at select events, as well as the Worlds bid event the Mardi Gras Nationals Extravaganza in mid-January. For more information, contact 1800-408-4858 or visit...

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USA Cheer Team Invited to Perform at 2018 Winter Olympics

The University of Kentucky will represent USA Cheer and the United States at the XXIII Winter Olympic Games. Bartlett, Tenn., – USA Cheer has announced that a team of United States cheerleaders will attend and perform during the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea in support of the USA’s Olympic Teams and Athletes.  In coordination with the organizing committee of Pyeongchang 2018, the provisionally IOC recognized governing body for Cheer, the International Cheer Union (ICU), as well as ICU’s South Korea National Cheer Federation, the Korea Cheerleading Association (KCA), USA Cheer has been extended the invitation to designate...

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Get Your School Ready For Friday Night Lights

Taylor Ray gives some pro-tips on getting your school spirit pumping for Friday Night Lights! Get hyped now so homecoming will be a breeze! 1. GET CREATIVE! The moment you get the football schedule, get with your squad to paint large signs and make locker posters for each game. Hang your masterpieces in the halls of the school and on the fence around the football field to show school pride. This is also a great way to keep everyone in the know of who your team is playing and where the game is that week. Pro tip: Hold a painting party with your squad to paint all the signs you will need for the season so that you aren’t rushing to paint something every week. 2. TRADITIONS As a cheerleader at your school, it is YOUR responsibility to make all the traditions exciting! Talk with your squad to make sure you have special traditions that you always do for kick off, touchdowns, and wins. Create a buzz among the student body by asking their input on their favorite traditions, find out what they love and make sure you always incorporate that tradition! Talk with your head football coach or athletic director and work with your band director to make sure everyone is working towards the same goal and the traditions are consistent. They would LOVE to help promote school...

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