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The Student News Site of Marion High School

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Neff follows in sisters footsteps

By: Alice Dixon [Co-editor of Yearbook]

When she runs out onto the track and sees all of the fans in the crowd, she gets excited; a whole night ahead to cheer for her team. Yelling and screaming for her school is what she likes.

Marlie Neff, freshmen, enjoys being a cheerleader for Marion High School. “I wanted to become a cheerleader because my sister was a cheerleader, a lot of my friends were doing it, and I liked the coaches,” stated Marlie. Both Marlie and her sister share the love of supporting their school!

Like most other cheerleaders, Marlie enjoys being in front of the crowd getting the crowd pumped up! “[My favorite part about cheerleading is] stunting and being at the games in front of everyone,” shared Marlie. Her least favorite part of cheerleading is jumps and running around the high school.

Lots of cheerleading moves can be dangerous and have to be executed carefully. Although she’s never been seriously injured in a stunt, she has fallen a few times. “I’ve gotten kicked in the face a couple of times,” she laughed. No matter how many times she falls, she always gets back up.

At the end of the night, Marlie’s proud to be a cheerleader for Marion. Yelling, jumping and pumping up the crowd is a tiring experience, but she can’t wait until the next she gets out on the track.

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