Franklin County Girls Freshman Sideline Cheer

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Senior Bio: Casey Wright

Casey is the daughter of Tim & Lori Wright.  She attended Mt. Carmel School.  She is actively involved in Student Council, MCATZ, Youthquake, Bleacher Bums, Key Club, and National Honors Society.  We asked Casey some questions below: What got you started on cheerleading? What got me started on cheer was not only my love for the sport

Senior Bio: Jillian Harrelson

Jill is the daughter of Angie and Anthony Harrelson.  She went to BMS for middle school.  She is an active member in Bleacher Bums, MCATZ, National Honor Society, and Spanish Club. What got you started on Cheerleading?   I got started in cheerleading when I was 5 years old.  I went to  total package gym for

Senior Bio: Chloe Lea

Chloe is the daughter of Rebecca and Wes Lea.  Chloe attended Laurel Elementary & Jr. High for her primary education.  Chloe is an active member of Spanish Club, MCATZ, National Honor Society.  We asked Chloe some questions below: What got you started on Cheer? I started cheering for youth football when I was 5, I

Senior Bio: Candace Massey

Candace is the daughter of Tasha and Dusty Cox.  She attended Laurel Elementary and Middle School for primary school.  She is actively involved in Bleacher Bums.  We asked Candace a few questions about herself below: What got you started on Cheerleading? I had always dreamed of being a cheerleader when I was a little girl,

Liza Stacy: Senior Bio

Liza is the daughter of Brad and Denise Stacy.  He attended elementary and middle school at St. Michael School.  She is involved in Bleacher Bums, Spanish Club, MCATZ, Choir, PRISM, and Track.  We asked Liza some questions below:   What are your biggest accomplishments in Cheerleading? This is my second year being captain of the Varsity

Winter Senior Night

Senior night is Saturday, January 14, 2017.  The teams will be recognized between the Girls and Boys games.  The following groups will be honored and in this order: Girls Basketball, Boys Basketball,  Dancz Catz, Wrestling, Wrestlerettes, and Cheerleading.  We will start lining up at the beginning of the 4th quarter of the Girls’ game. Come

Cheerleaders Donate to Children’s Hospital Instead of Exchanging Gifts

Every year, the Franklin County High School Cheerleaders have a Christmas party, but this year it went a bit differently. In the holiday spirit and eager to spread Christmas joy, the FCHS cheerleaders decided to cancel their team gift exchange, and instead donate toys to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. Head coach, Ramonda Stonestreet, said, “The girls came to

FCHS Cheerleaders Host Clinic

Tuesday, November 22, the Franklin County Cheer Team hosted a county-wide clinic for young, aspiring cheerleaders. The FCHS cheerleaders taught the girls several individual cheers, a group cheer, jump technique, and the school song. The girls then performed everything they learned at an FCHS Girls Basketball game. The smiles were genuine and everyone had a great time; great