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    chanting in unison, “I believe that we will win! I believe that we will win!” You can feel the energy all around. Pumping through the stands, screaming through the people around you, even pulsing through the air above your head. Every student there is cheering until their lungs can’t take it any more, and not a single person cares if they won’t be able to even speak a word tomorrow. Now, imagine yourself at the same game, but with a different setting. One small group of students towards the front of the crowd cheers halfheartedly. A few boys to your right make bets on who can hit the most consecutive cheerleaders with a…

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    Paige Bloskas WRIT 101-Section 112 Dr. Kerstin Rudolph Is Cheer a Sport? Many people today debate wether cheer is a sport or not. Some people stereotype a cheerleader as merely being a woman standing on the sidelines of games looking perfect, shaking their pom poms, holding signs and yelling chants for football players. However, there is more to cheer than just that. Even if girls standing on sidelines cheering at football games is not a sport, there is also a competitive side of cheer. This…

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    weeks! I knew it so well i could do it with my eyes closed. I was just so nervous because i know the other school's team was just as good as ours. As school was coming to an end, i got more anxious. The game had just began and both crowds were getting hyped. Our team was winning 14-0 and it was the beginning of the second quarter. My team and I were cheering so loud and so spirited that the other school's crowd could hear us clearly. The only thing that had us worried was that the other team…

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    As athletes, I think we all HATE going to practices. They’re exhausting, boring, and we almost feel like we don’t really need to be there; but trust me, we do. I have been cheering since I was 5 years old and now that I have seen where it has got me today, I will never take another practice, competition, or game for granite.We have to work for everything in our lifetime and if we think it’s just going to be handed to us, we’re wrong. Every second we are able to be on that blue mat is worth it. …

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    Many people believe cheerleading is not a sport, but I happen to disagree. Acording to Wikipedia, the definition of a sport is an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment. Now I will admit that school cheering, when just cheering for another sport, is not a sport. Although competitive cheerleading is a sport, many people believe that it is not. (The Women's Sport Foundation has narrowed the field to the…

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    Cheerleaders: Hardest Working Athletes “Champions don 't become champions when they win the event, but in the hours, weeks, months, years they spend preparing for it,” Unknown. This year will be my seventh year cheering. We do more than jump and put our arms in the air. We throw people over our heads, catching them most of the time. We paint signs and make sure the school is represented well. We make sure that our basketball players are well supported. They also throw ourselves across the…

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    We all have our beloved sports like me, volleyball, softball gymnastics, and cheer are fun for me. Some efficacy like to play basketball or football some may not be sports it may be a club that you go to after school perhaps it might be a chess club or choir. Now volleyball is a fun sport, if you know how to play. Mainly the whole point of the game is to hit on the others side of the net inside the square. If you see people dive for the ball it is fun but it also takes a lot of practice.…

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    building a bond now with the younger children in the community who are going to eventually tryout to either cheer or play football for Cougars. Mrs. Sheena also said that a part of making the camp a success this year she chose to select two girls from Harrisburg, East, Steelton and Susquehanna who are cheerleaders to be leaders for the younger girls. As for me being one of the girls who got selected was a great opportunity for me because not only did I get the chance to be a part of a NFL…

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    concussion when i was spotting a flyer. Or, they like to belittle my tiredness and how exhausted I am at the end of a long day. I asked one of my friends what they think of when they think of cheerleading, and I’m not surprised with their responses. The first friend I asked said that he thinks of blonde girls with high voices pepping up a huge crowd of high schoolers. He says that they do “crazy ass lifts” which I thought was funny and flattering. My other friend wasn’t as detailed but said that…

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    Cheering my way to College It was a gorgeous day out at the beginning of August, I was eight years old when I limped my way into my first day of cheer practice. But first, let me go back to what happened earlier that day. I was with all my friends playing on a swing set in my friend 's backyard, when I realized I didn 't know where my phone was. I panicked when I was on the swing, picked my tennis shoes up off the ground, and sprinted inside to get my phone. As I ran, I stepped on a huge nail…

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