Crandall Cheer Twitter - @WeAreCHSCheer
Crandall High School's cheer squad captured their third state title in five years (2020-21, 2019-20, 2017-18) during the UIL Class 5A-Division II state championship finals on Wednesday, January 13. This title marks a back-to-back title for the Pirates cheer squad who won the 2019-2020 UIL 4A state title by a sizable two points.
<p><br></p><div class="rm-embed embed-media"><blockquote class="twitter-tweet">Congratulations to <a href="https://twitter.com/WeAreCHSCheer?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">@WeAreCHSCheer</a>, 2021 Conference 5A-D2 <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/UILState?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#UILState</a> Spirit Champions!<br><br>📣🏆📣<br><br>Results ➡️ <a href="https://t.co/VAUzCWLarm">https://t.co/VAUzCWLarm</a> <a href="https://t.co/Nqy3Sbq4ij">pic.twitter.com/Nqy3Sbq4ij</a><br>— Texas UIL (@uiltexas) <a href="https://twitter.com/uiltexas/status/1349518305783128064?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">January 14, 2021</a></blockquote> <script async="" charset="utf-8" src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js"></script></div><p><br></p><p> With the UIL realignment, Crandall moved up from 4A to 5A Division II, but that didn't keep them from bringing the heat among the other 19 finalists including former state champion San Antonio Alamo Heights. After giving it their all, Crandall was able to pull off a victory and prove that they can get loud and proud like the rest of the bigger schools. </p><p>Crandall Independent School District Super Intendent Wendy Eldredge took to Twitter to express her pride in the Pirates Cheer Squad:</p><p><br></p><div class="rm-embed embed-media"><blockquote class="twitter-tweet">Crandall Cheer 5A State champs!! So proud! <a href="https://twitter.com/OfficialCISD?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">@OfficialCISD</a> <a href="https://t.co/RRc4AW1xRA">pic.twitter.com/RRc4AW1xRA</a><br>— Wendy Eldredge (@EldredgeWendy) <a href="https://twitter.com/EldredgeWendy/status/1349490642460803073?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">January 13, 2021</a></blockquote> <script async="" charset="utf-8" src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js"></script></div><p><br></p><p> With an average of 47.10 in Fight Song/Band Cheer and an average of 47.55 in Crowd Leading, Crandall narrowly edged out the 2019-2020 state titleholder by .20 points with a 94.65 subtotal. Alamo Heights had a subtotal of 94.45 and in third place Lucas Lovejoy had a subtotal of 90.45. </p>
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Stacked with talent, and making their move on the soccer field, the Cornerstone Warriors are looking to improve and advance with every match. Having scheduled a difficult lineup this season, and playing some of the best teams in Texas, we can anticipate some great "futbol".
Head Coach, Asaf Cuellar ,raves about the members of the Warrior team and the way they work together to get the ball up and down the field. "Players with high soccer IQ, high skill level and tactical awareness," will be the keys to success this year he said.
<p>With Jacob Alvarez already planning to head to University of Chester England and Jose Avedano making his way onto the field for Fort Hays Kansas, the Warriors have competitive strong players. Eight players return this year for Cornerstone and we will see a lot of action from Michael Guerrero, Hunter Cervantes, Logan Flores, Josh Hernandez, Caden Pickard and Sylver Godines. </p><p><br></p><p>The Warriors have already started the season 15-3, and knocked off TAPPS defending State Champions, TMI, this past week in a close 3-1 match. </p><p>We talked with 3 of their top players at our VYPE Media Day- see what they had to say!</p><p><br></p><div class="rm-embed embed-media"><iframe allow="accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/n6ftY6Gr28g" width="560"></iframe></div>
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KATY [January 21, 2021] – It's been a great school year of state championship wins for Katy Independent School District, this time the trophy goes to the Seven Lakes High School (SLHS) Cheerleaders, who won the 2021 Conference 6A-D1 UIL State Spirit Championship, which took place in Fort Worth, Texas. Out of 43 6A-D1 schools, the Spartans took home the gold and the coveted title of being named "CHAMPIONS."
<p>"This is the second time the Spartan Cheer Team has medaled at state," said SLHS Cheer Coach Amy Weaston. "In 2019, the Spartans took home third place. We are so proud to bring home another state title to our supporting Spartan Nation," added Weaston.<span></span><span></span><br><span></span><span></span><br>Other Katy ISD teams who earned Top 10 spots at UIL Spirit State Championship events include:<span></span><span></span><br>Mayde Creek High School Cheer Team - fifth place at the 6A-D1 competition<span></span><span></span><br>Cinco Ranch High School Cheer Team - seventh place at the 6A-D1 competition<span></span><span></span><br>Jordan High School Cheer Team - fifth place in the 5A-D2 competition<br></p>
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