Tate JV, Freshmen Cheerleaders Place At FSU Camp

June 25, 2019

The Tate High School junior varsity and freshmen cheerleading squads won several awards at the Universal Cheerleaders Association Camp this past weekend at Florida State University.

The JV squad earned straight superiors on their evaluations. They were first place in Cheer and Rally Routine and second place in the open division for Overall Game Day Performance.

The freshmen squad finished the weekend with straight superiors, fourth place for Cheer and third place in Overall Game Day and Rally Routine. They were were the only freshmen team competing against all JV teams in their division.

McKenzie Alfred, Kaleigh Chism, Jada Floyd, Autumn Johnson and Kainey Patrick, were named “Pin It Forward” recipients.

Alfred, Chism, Floyd, Patrick, Paige Foxworth and Karigan Kowal were also selected as UCA All-American Cheerleaders.

The Tate cheer program also earned the Leadership Award, which is voted on by the athletes at the camp. This award recognizes teams who inspire leadership on and off the field. Teams voted for one team that they would want to be a part of as a cheerleader.

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Comments

One Response to “Tate JV, Freshmen Cheerleaders Place At FSU Camp”

  1. Marilyn on June 25th, 2019 1:06 pm

    Way to go Tate Aggies Cheerleaders! You are Awesome!!





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