The Winder-Barrow High School varsity co-ed Cheer Doggs brought home the first place trophy with a score of 255 during last Saturday’s competition at Commerce High School.
Chestatee High School was second followed by Habersham Central and Jackson County.
“I am very proud of their performance on Saturday and their progression in scores each week from our first two competitions,” said WBHS coach Courtney Sosebee. “We had to make some changes to the routine from the weeks before to improve our scores and the team took on the challenge with determination, lots of hard work and a positive mindset. We have had morning practices before school, as well as afternoon and evening practices. With only five varsity veterans and only two seniors, this is a very young team. They continue to amaze me with their perseverance. This is a very hard working group and they are always eager to go the extra mile to train hard day in and day out. We look forward to continuing the progression throughout the rest of the season.”
The middle school Cheer Doggs also placed first at Commerce last Saturday.