From football to basketball to competitions and more, Dobie cheerleaders work hard to show school spirit during games, events and more.
“I joined cheer because it’s something I like to do,” said Jadyn Jackson, 8th grader.
Cheerleaders meet for class each day to work on their skills. They also have practice and games after school. BEing a cheerleader takes physical strength and stamina. Cheerleaders must also be good role models to other students. To be a member of the team, the girls must try out the year before.
“I decided to coach cheer because I like the sport and enjoy coaching what I know,” said Mrs. Santos, Co-Sponsor.
Each cheerleaders has a specific position.
“I am a back spot,” Nia McPherson, 8th grader.
“I’m a flyer,” Jadyn Jackson.
The cheerleaders perform cheers and dances and more. They are often the face of Dobie because they are front-and-center in uniform.
“In cheer we do stunts, dance, and cheering,” said Mrs. Garcia, co-sponsor.
It’s hard work, but cheerleaders enjoy helping and supporting Dobie.
“I like cheer, because its something I like to do,” said Jadyn.