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Seniors Lexi Weaver and Gracie Ball

Cheer Squad Honors Two Seniors

April 13, 2022

Congratulations to this year’s varsity squad seniors – Lexi Weaver and Gracie Ball!

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Lexi Weaver and fmaily at Senior Night

Lexus Weaver

Eagle Eye: How many years have you been cheering for?

Lexus Weaver: 2 years

EE: How did you start cheerleading?

LW: My parents, especially my dad enjoy going to sporting events, so I thought it would be cool to try something new.

EE: What’s your favorite memory?

LW: Seeing the boys basketball team beat Bellefonte 55-54, with Ross having the buzzer-beater. So much energy!

EE: What’s your favorite part about cheer?

LW: Being able to be a role model for younger girls and being able to work hard as a team to achieve goals.

EE: How has cheer impacted you?

LW: It has allowed me to get out of my comfort zone, and has made me more confident in myself.

EE: What sport do you prefer to cheer for?

LW: I enjoy cheering for football, although I like to cheer for boys basketball as well.

EE: What’s your favorite cheer?

LW: “Orange and Black. Let’s go Eagles!”

EE: What are you going to miss the most?

LW: I most definitely will miss Friday nights and of course my best friend Jenna!

EE: What are your plans for after High School?

LW: To either go into the medical field or start my own business.

EE: Advice to future cheerleaders

LW: Smile, and have fun because it will be gone before you know it!

 

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Alivia Anderson is in her freshman year at Tyrone Area High School. This is her first year on the Eagle Eye staff. Alivia spends the majority of her free...

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This year Elexis Hess is a freshman at TAHS and this is her first year of Eagle Eye News Paper. Her friends and peers call her Lexi and occasionally Hess....

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Gracie Ball and family on senior night,

Gracie Ball

Eagle Eye: How many years have you been cheering for?

Gracie Ball: I was on the varsity team for four years but have been cheering for 12.

EE: How did you start cheerleading?

GB: My grandma put me on a pee-wee team.

EE: What’s your favorite memory?

GB: Pine forest cheerleading camp my sophomore year

EE: What’s your favorite part about cheer?

GB: Definitely stunting and getting to watch the teams win.

EE: How has cheer impacted you?

GB: It gave me a safe space to go and be myself throughout the years. It also helped me stay involved at school and I always knew what was going on with the teams.

EE: What sport do you prefer to cheer for?

GB: Football 10/10

EE: What’s your favorite cheer?

GB: “Eagles, hey Eagles, let’s go fight win” 

EE: What are you going to miss the most?

GB: Being on the football field every Friday and looking at all the fans in the stands from below 

EE: What are your plans for after High School?

GB: To attend Mount Aloysius for their BSN program

EE: Advice to future cheerleaders?

GB: Soak it all in and always push yourself to do more. The world of cheerleading is huge and there’s so many opportunities if you believe in yourself.

About the Contributors
Photo of Alivia Anderson
Alivia Anderson, staff writer

Alivia Anderson is in her freshman year at Tyrone Area High School. This is her first year on the Eagle Eye staff. Alivia spends the majority of her free...

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Elexis Hess, staff writer

This year Elexis Hess is a freshman at TAHS and this is her first year of Eagle Eye News Paper. Her friends and peers call her Lexi and occasionally Hess....

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