By: Matt Rothman
In what has already been a spectacular year for the Coral Springs Charter Cheerleading team, they have now added a fourth-place finish in 1A Small-Tumbling Division in the State competition.
Taking first place was Bishop Snyder High School out of Jacksonville, but Head Coach Rachal Garris could not be prouder of how her team competed and how they have grown both as individuals and teammates.
“We were in a very competitive division, and while we ended up fourth, that does not take away from the amazing jobs our athletes did tonight,” said Garris. “We were able to walk out of the competition with our heads held high and confident in our performance.”
CSC Cheerleading won two State Championships in the last four years and has a Regional Championship under their belt this season. For Olivia Smith and Krystal Wallace, they will finish their high school career two State Championships, three Regional Championships, and two District Championships in only the school’s third year in the BCAA.
They will have one more opportunity to compete when they head to Nationals later this week on Friday, February 7, in Orlando at the Wide World of Sports.
- Matt Rothman is a 2018 graduate from Florida Gulf Coast University receiving his bachelor’s degree in journalism. He is now attending the University of Florida as a graduate student.
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