Cheer Team

The Wildcats’ Cheer Team is pictured as a group during last season.

The Franklin-Simpson Wildcats Cheer Team celebrated its 2019-2020 season with a drive thru banquet on Friday, July 24 at the First Baptist Church.

Unlike the spring sports teams, the group was able to finish out their season by cheering for football and boys and girls basketball games. They traveled to Orlando, Florida to compete in the UCA Nationals.

The season was rewarding, but unfortunately the team was unable to celebrate with a traditional banquet.

Coaches Jessi Eaton and Atalie Jones and the team members recently participated in a celebration by handing out awards, cupcakes, gifts and letterman patches to all of the cheerleaders.

FS Cheer Award Winners include:

Fly High Award: Cheyenne Vance

I Got Your Back Award: Kira Coleman

All About That Base Award: Teanna Prince

Spirit of FS Cheer Award: Carra Chaney

Rookie Of The Year Award: MaKaylie Gammon

Cheer LEADer Award: Gracie McMillin

Most Valuable Cheerleader Award: Carra Chaney and MaKaylie Gammon

Sideline Sidekick Award: Jaden Culverhouse

Tumble Cat Award: Sydney Nickolson

Academic Excellence Award: Kayleigh Hinton

Barbara Dillard Award: Abbi Jones

The 2019-2020 FS Cheer Team includes:

Seniors: Abbi Jones, Sierra Mosley and Teanna Prince; Juniors: Carra Chaney and Gracie McMillin; Sophomores: Lyric Blair, Jaden Culverhouse, Gracie McMillin, Kayleigh Hinton, Trinitee Key and Cheyenne Vance and Freshmen: Kira Coleman, Lexie Groves, Sydney Nickolson, Haley Racine, Josie Snyder and Rachel Spears.

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