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State champs – HCHS cheerleaders win at Sweet 16

Members of the Harlan County High School cheerleading squad posed with their state championship trophy Friday at Northern Kentucky University. Team members include, front left, front row: Keke Gist, Madison Tolliver, Mahalah Bundy, Rhileigh Alred, Baili Boggs and Ally Alred; middle row: Katiera Lewis, Amber Goodin, Bailey Brock, Peyton Griffin, Mahalah Bundy and Brittany Dummitt; back row: coach Anissa Alred, seniors Shawnee Cress, Karyssa Lamb, Kerstin Perkins, Grayson Raleigh and Emily Eldridge and coaches Whitney Alred and Holly Alred.

March 17, 2018

From district to region to state, the Harlan County High School cheerleaders grew accustomed to winning championships over the past three weeks. Harlan County capped the best season in the 10-year history of the program by winning the in-game state championship on Friday in the girls state tournament...

What it takes to be an HCHS cheerleader

By Karyssa Lamb, Staff Writer

February 4, 2016

Cheerleading takes a lot of hard work. Not many people realize that until they get to high school. Middle school cheerleading is simply the basics when it comes to skill and talent. Once you start your freshman year, cheerleading becomes a lot more difficult. Open gym is a week prior to tryouts when...

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