FALLBROOK – All Fallbrook High School cheer squads were in attendance for a two day summer cheer camp, July 18 and 19, at Rancho Community School in Temecula.
The cheerleaders were up early and began their day at 8 a.m. and concluded it at 5 p.m. Day one of camp consisted of all squads learning a dance, cheer and chant. They worked in new stunts and worked on jumps. On day two, cheerleaders practiced what they had learned from day one and also had to learn a new dance, a new cheer, a new chant and work on new stunts. At the end of day, two all squads had to unexpectedly combine all they had learned and prepare a routine and perform according to NCA rules.
All teams had one hour with the help of one coach to prepare. Fallbrook cheerleaders were able to pull this off with good communication with their coach and one another. The Fallbrook squads were busy getting their routines down but also welcomed and gave out a helping hand to other school squads who had questions.
The camp gave them a chance to meet squads from other schools and create relationships with one another. It was a advantageous opportunity and also great work out.
When speaking with head coach Lupe Morales, she wanted to say, “Good job, girls. I see and appreciate your hard work. Thank you,” to all Fallbrook High Cheerleaders.
As the new school year approaches, the cheerleaders will begin a diligent practice schedule that will prepare them for a successful season.
August will mark the beginning of the 2014-2015 football season. As a friendly reminder the cheer squad would like to invite all Fallbrook residents to join them in supporting the Fallbrook High athletes. Click on the athletics tab at www.fallbrookhs.org for game dates and times.