Panthers win district title in cheer

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~ Athlete of the Week selected by the publisher

QUICKSBURG, Oct. 18 — The Page County High School competition cheer team won the Bull Run District championship last Wednesday among six teams competing at Mountain View.

Senior Bethany Lucas was named the Bull Run District “Cheerleader of the Year.” Lucas also earned first team All-District honors, along with senior Brianna Thompson and junior Mady Murphy.

Sophomores Makenna Parlett and Claire Cash earned second team All-District selections.

The Panthers’ varsity cheer team also includes Addy Atkins, Gracie Breeden, Kaylea Comer, Emmy Courtney, Madison Cubbage, Ava Dunlap, Averie Green, Haley Knighton, Breanna Osborne, Kayla Pence and Gracie Whetzel.

“We’ve had a really hard season…every week there seemed to be some type of obstacle,” PCHS head cheer coach Tonya May said last week. “These girls fought and persevered, and I am just very proud of them.”

The Region B cheer tournament is being held at Fort Defiance this Thursday, Oct. 26 beginning at 6:30 p.m.

For full schedules, rosters and standings — check out the Bull Run District website.



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