“Amazing” is the word Jerrie Husley used to describe the performance by the Winder-Barrow High School competition cheerleaders Saturday.
The Cheer Doggs compiled 282 out of a possible 300 points during a competition hosted by Grayson High School.
“Our partner stunts did not move even an inch,” Hulsey said. “We had changed up some of our running tumbling and it was perfect. We had also changed some of the dance and scores also went up in that area. The elite we do was much better.”
Despite Saturday’s success, Hulsey did not want the team to be satisfied.
“We are still not quite where we want to be,” she said. I don’t want us to peak in September.
Archer High School was second and Jackson County was third Saturday. Archer was 21 points behind WBHS while Jackson County was 53.
During Saturday’s competition, WBHS was also awarded with the best stunt and best pyramid trophies.
The WBHS JV Cheer Doggs also earned first place Saturday. The Middle School squad also captured first.
WBHS will compete at a competition hosted by Commerce High School Saturday.