Tate High Aggie Cheerleaders Receive State Championship Rings

May 9, 2019

The Tate High School varsity cheerleaders received their state championship rings Wednesday.

The Aggie cheerleaders won the Florida High School Athletic Association Region Small Coed Championship in late January.  They went on took take fifth place in the nation in their division Sunday night at UCA National High School Cheerleading Championship in Orlando.

The Tate Aggie state championship cheerleaders are Kyndell Ammons, Morgan Austin, Jonah Cass, Bailey Carter, Shelby Fleming, Isabella Floyd, Kensley Foley Hagyn Helton, Payton Herring, Madeline Hughes, Erin Johnson, Elena Lucci, Abi Manoso, Keaden Martin, Kyndal Milsted, Ashlyn NeSmith, Madelyn Ray, Emma Romero, Payton Simmons, Ariyana Wyatt, Krysanne Hagen – co-captain, Emilee Potter – co-captain, and Kennedy Bellard – captain. This year’s head coach is Morgan White and the assistant coach is Annie Wiggins.

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One Response to “Tate High Aggie Cheerleaders Receive State Championship Rings”

  1. just sayin on May 9th, 2019 9:05 am

    Wow. That is something to be really proud of. Congratulations to you all.

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