Cardinal High School Cheerleaders Named All Americans!

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A successful cheerleading camp for our CHS Cheerleading team! Recently the squad went to Mount Vernon University for Cheer Camp hosted by AmeriCheer AmeriDance. The team brought home a trophy, plaque and several ribbons for their performances during the two-day camp. Five of the girls on the squad, Freshmen Alissa H., and Chauna L., Junior Katlyn L., and Seniors Sarah H. and Marina C. were chosen as “All American” cheerleaders and have been invited to perform in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York or the McDonald’s Thanksgiving Parade in Chicago, the Citrus Bowl, and the Cleveland Cavaliers Spectacular! Other members of the squad include Seniors Rhianna H., Jillian H., Sarah S., & Hanna T.; Junior Terryan M.; Sophomores Lacey P., Ashley R., Avery V., & Erika E.; and Freshman Emily S. Congratulations on your successes ladies – we look forward to seeing you out on the field this fall!

Pictured In Cover Photo: The Cardinal High School Cheerleading Squad celebrates a successful cheer camp at Mount Vernon University. Five of the members were selected as All American cheerleaders.

Huskie Heroes

We are SO PROUD of our football team after receiving an email from a Chagrin Falls couple calling them “their heroes” . . . we couldn’t agree more! The guys were on their annual 10 mile canoe trip to mark the end of mini-camp when they stopped to help a couple in distress. The couple emailed us about the encounter and we have shared their words here for you – again, we are so proud of their actions!!!

“We had a wonderful “encounter” with several of your football team last weekend and I wanted you to know about it. How do you thank a group of young men that rescued two 70 year olds stranded on a Cuyahoga River canoe trip? I guess by telling everyone how kind and quick acting they all were, how their parents should be so proud of how they all tried to help, how compassionate they all were and how kind their coach was. I don’t know their names but they know who they are and I would appreciate it if they are recognized for what they did for us. It was scary, my husband was in the water in the current and unable to stand up.

They all stopped their canoes and helped. We are so grateful for them because this “adventure” had a good ending and without them, it could have ended very differently. We wanted you to know what fine boys you have on this team at your school, and if you have special awards for random acts of kindness they, and their coach, certainly deserve it! We will be rooting for the Cardinal Football team this season that is for sure! ~ Pam & Hal Pray”

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