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South Paulding Varsity Competition & Football Cheerleaders win awards
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SPHS Varsity Competition & Football Cheerleaders
SPHS Varsity Competition & Football Cheerleaders
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SPHS Varsity & JV All-American Cheerleaders selected by UCA
SPHS Varsity & JV All-American Cheerleaders selected by UCA
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The South Paulding High Varsity Competition & Football cheerleaders recently attended a stunt camp hosted by UCA in Jekyll Island. The team won first place for the Xtreme Routine, Game Day Champs, The Leadership Award, and Overall Superior Camp Rating. They also brought home the Banana Spirit Award and won the Gatorade Cooler Award for showing the most energy and enthusiasm during camp.

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2013 SPHS Varsity Competition & Football Squad

Back row left to right: Lacey Hill, Jaycie Dunbar, Arieanna Sewell, Williecya Wilson, Coach Dedreial Jackson, Dawson Sturino, Madison Martin, Taylor Williams, Taylor Hart, Lexie Reece, and Makenzie Anderson.

First row left to right: Sydney Johnson, Holly Northen, Kendall Southerland, Madison Cantrell, Madison Fuller, Ashley Jones, Taylor Britt, Destiny Spence, Kennedi Ferguson, Kaitlyn Martin and Payton Scott.

(Picture 5348) The Varsity & JV cheerleaders shown above were selected by the UCA staff as All American Cheerleaders:

(left to right) Madison Cantrell, Varsity; Madeline Sanders, JV; Madison Fuller, Varsity; Miyah Carter, JV; and Taylor Britt, Varsity.

Additionally, Madison Cantrell, Taylor Britt and Madison Fuller received the coveted UCA Staff Invitation.

The Varsity and JV squads would like to thank former cheerleaders Cassidy Dunbar and Taylor Stroup for their help during camp week.

Great job team – keep up the hard work!

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