JCJC cheerleaders prepare Future Bobcat Cheerleaders

Written By: Teresa McCreery
Email Address: teresa.mccreery@jcjc.edu
Date Submitted: 2014-09-10 14:01:50

ELLISVILLE – Jones County Junior College’s cheerleaders recently spent a Saturday morning teaching the JCJC Fight Song and other game cheers and chants to 30 Future Bobcat Cheerleaders. The three year old through seventh grade girls learned the cheers to perform during pre-game events before the JCJC versus Itawamba football game, September 6, 2014. 
For more information about the JCJC Cheerleader program contact sponsor, Kayla Hankins at 601.477.4026 or email kayla.hankins@jcjc.edu

Future Bobcats participating in the JCJC cheerleader camp from first through seventh grade were: Magen Arnold-Northeast Jones; Laura Bankston-Raleigh; Lexi Bullock-Ellisville; Emma Kate Fluker-South Jones Ellisville; Abby Harper-Moselle Elementary; Bayleigh Hill-West Jones Elementary; Anna Hood-Oak Grove; Sarah Hood-Oak Grove; AaNyah Horne-Quitman; Saleeria Horne-Quitman; Paisley McDaniel-Seminary; Haley Milsap- Taylorsville; Ashlynn Smith- Glade Elementary; Ragen Smith-Moselle; Kailee Stroud-Oak Grove; Kaleigh Windhaw-South Jones Elementary.

Future Bobcats participating in the JCJC cheerleader camp that are three years old through first grade were: Heidi Ainsworth-Clara; Natalie Aplin-Stringer; Kambryn Bradley-Buckatuna; Maddy Herrington-Lucedale; Jaycee Holifield-Stringer; Lauren Hood-Oak Grove; Kayce Jones- South Jones; Presley Long-Purvis; Lexi Mai Martin-South Jones; McKinley McIntosh-Ellisville; Victoria Ruffin-Laurel Christian School; Anna Laurie Sheasby-Hattiesburg; Lizzie Thornton-WJE; Abigail Walters-Presbyterian Christian.

All of the participants in the Future Bobcat Cheerleader Clinic held at JCJC with the JCJC Cheerleaders included:
 
JCJC cheerleaders: Dominic Vellon - Bay High – freshman; Stephen Turan - Harrison Central – sophomore; Brooke Miley - Sumrall – sophomore; Amanda Smith - Northeast – sophomore; Tammie Holifield - West Jones – sophomore; Lauren Carpenter - Richton – sophomore; Taylor Long - Purvis – sophomore; Heather Nance- Harrison Central – sophomore; Martin Olvera -  Hancock – freshman; Cameron Harmon - Hankcock – freshman; Standing girl line (left - right); Lindsey Garrity - Sumrall – freshman; Briana Woods - Harrison Central – freshman; Hanna Tolbert - South Jones – freshman; Maddie Freeman - Wayne County – freshman; Joanna Word - Magee – freshman; Kayla Phipps - Oak Grove – freshman; Dorian Felder - McComb – freshman; Austin Miller - Northeast – sophomore; Kenneth Niles - Mize – freshman; Caleb Lewis - Harrison Central – freshman; Josh Rusche - Magee – sophomore; Allen Smith - Sylva Bay – sophomore; Garrette Burnette - Florence – freshman; Reed Schuab - Magee – sophomore; Jared Mott - Seminary – sophomore; Christian Goff - Harrison Central – sophomore; Zac Jones - Mize – sophomore.
 
Future Bobcats aged first through seventh grade: Magen Arnold-Northeast Jones; Laura Bankston-Raleigh; Lexi Bullock-Ellisville; Emma Kate Fluker-South Jones Elementary; Abby Harper-Moselle Elementary; Bayleigh Hill-West Jones Elementary; Anna Hood-Oak Grove; Sarah Hood-Oak Grove; AaNyah Horne-Quitman; Saleeria Horne-Quitman; Paisley McDaniel-Seminary; Haley Milsap- Taylorsville; Ashlynn Smith- Glade Elementary; Ragen Smith-Moselle; Kailee Stroud-Oak Grove; Kaleigh Windhaw-South Jones Elementary.

Future Bobcats aged three years old through first grade: Heidi Ainsworth-Clara; Natalie Aplin-Stringer; Kambryn Bradley-Buckatuna; Maddy Herrington-Lucedale; Jaycee Holifield-Stringer; Lauren Hood-Oak Grove; Kayce Jones- South Jones; Presley Long-Purvis; Lexi Mai Martin-South Jones; McKinley McIntosh-Ellisville; Victoria Ruffin-Laurel Christian School; Anna Laurie Sheasby-Hattiesburg; Lizzie Thornton-West Jones Elementary; Abigail Walters-Presbyterian Christian.

 

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