The coed cheer team took second place at state last weekend.
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Monday, February 4, 2013
The high school's co-ed team won second place at the IHSA championships in Bloomington this weekend.
Congratulations to the Barrington High School cheerleading team who took second place at the Illinois High School Association State Finals this weekend. The team lost to Buffalo Grove, who won the competition. Grant High School in Fox Lake came in third place, the Daily Herald reports. The team was ecstatic to hear of their second place win. Check out a video of the cheerleaders celebrating to the left of this article. If you missed the competition in Bloomington this weekend, you can watch a video of the performances online on IHSAtv.com Team members and coaches: Claire Anderson, Hannah Balder, Kathleen Barry, Nicole Billon, Megan Condon, Elizabeth DeCraene, Jessica Dreiling, Allison Evon, Marisa Falco, Ragan Firnbach, Sara Frank, …
Monday, January 28, 2013
The team placed in the top five in the coed team class at the IHSA sectionals.
The Barrington High School cheerleading squad has advanced to the state finals, the Daily Herald reports. The team placed in the top five in the coed team class section this weekend at the Illinois High School Association cheerleading sectionals. The state finals will be held Feb. 1 and 2 in Bloomington.
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Barrington's Varsity Cheerleading squad is rooting on girls with special needs.
For three weeks, Barrington High School’s cheerleaders have been teaching different routines to young girls with Down syndrome, but it has been the varsity squad that has been learning a thing or two from the kids. “(Gigi’s Gems) have given us a different prospective,” Alexa Hanaford said of working with the aspiring girls with Down syndrome who are a part of Gigi’s Playhouse. “Their outlook is so different, and they are always so happy.” “It’s been awesome and the whole experience has been unbelievable,” Melissa Mersch, one of the many co-coaches and varsity cheerleaders working with the young girls said. “Everything is just so positive when you are around them.” Mersch, Hanaford, Courtney Quigley and a handful of cheerleaders were the …