By: Matt Rothman
Coral Glades cheerleading officially finished first in the BCAAA County Championship on Saturday at Dillard High School.
The Jaguars competed in the Large Non-Tumbling Division against Pompano Beach, St. Thomas, and Dillard.
“As a coach, I couldn’t be prouder of these girls,” said Head Coach Alison Madej. “We’ve been struggling not with skill but mental toughness, and today they showed me that they can focus, put nerves aside and get the job done. They need to enjoy today because the work continues on Tuesday as we prepare for Regionals.”
Their teams consist of Angelina Rizzuto, Sydney Littman, Madison Smith, Anaira Lopez, Chloe Ritter, Joley Marr, Blake Sands, Kaitlyn Lemes, Arielle Whittle, Jada Howson, Arianna Manning, Kasey Ardron, Macie Schnell, Briana Zabaleta, Sophia Castro, Shea Esposito, Jenna Walker, Alexis Roberts, Jocelyn Irelan, Haley Swickle, Silvana Piedrahita, Kiersten Eaton, Ryleigh Williamson, and team manager Nikki Guzman.
The Jaguars, who finished third in States last year, will compete in Regionals on Saturday, Jan. 21, at Coral Glades High School.
- Matt Rothman is a 2018 graduate from Florida Gulf Coast University receiving his bachelor’s degree in journalism and then graduated from the University of Florida as a graduate student.
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