The Bartlesville cheer squad has worked hard this offseason and coach Kristin McGill is seeing that hard work pay off.
“BHS cheer team is a young powerhouse of a squad,” said coach McGill. “We have a great combination of cheerleaders who display leadership, positivity, and energy who are willing to put in the hard work individually and as a squad. Coach Olivia and I are excited to watch this squad as they cheer on the Bruins.”
With several members returning from last year and new members added to the squad, the team continues to develop into one of the top programs in the state. Kaitlyn Hall brings real power to the team and is one of the top performers in the group.
“Kaitlyn is incredibly talented and willing to work in any position needed for the squad. Her jumps are phenomenal, strength and stunting skills stand out. We appreciate all her dedication and hard work,” said coach McGill.
Captain and outstanding performer, Lorna Darling, continues to be the leader the team needs. Her dedication to the squad is unwavering.
“Within one year, Lorna has earned her role as captain and displays every attribute one would expect of a captain. She is a standout all around in her skill set, while staying positive and kind, yet always a leader. We are excited to see her continue to grow and create an amazing path for herself,” said coach McGill.
Other players to watch include Aubrey Snider, Leah Gray, Vivian Symes, and Veronica McGill.