The trek to Columbus is all too familiar for the Winder-Barrow High School competition cheerleader program.
Yet when the Cheer Doggs add another state title, the trip never gets old. WBHS, led by first-year head coach Courtney Sosebee, returned home this past weekend with another championship trophy, winning first in the co-ed division.
“Winning state and bringing home the school’s sixth state championship was a dream come true for the 2014 Cheer Doggs,” said Sosebee, whose squad earned a score of 287. “After a very challenging season, our goal was just to hit our routine like we knew we could do. I told the kids, ‘You have what it takes. You just have to give it everything you’ve got.’ That is exactly what they did.”
The performance at the Columbus Civic Center was one where WBHS “finished strong,” its coach said.
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