Oxford, Mississippi (December 19, 2018) — Oxford High School Cheerleaders placed 1st in Varsity “Gameday” division for 4A-6A schools at MHSAA State Cheer Competition in Jackson, MS on December 15th. Game Day competition focuses on the skills that teams perform during game time: band chant, sideline chant, cheer, and fight song. Coached by Mylene Cromwell and Amanda Gullege. OHS Dance placed 4th in Small Varsity Pom 5A-6A division.
Pictured left to right: (Front Row) Christina Evans, Makyla Brannon, Meg Anderson, Sydney Spears, Marjorie Ann Neilson, McLain Hill, Madison Spears, Cofield Collins; (Middle Row) Ansley McDaniel, Julia Tann, Lauren Nelson, Lucy Case, Abbi Lay, Lexie McDaniel, Ann Michael Armstrong; (Back Row) Cayden Luke, Callie Grace Schmelzer, Lyla Huggins, Mikaela Moore, Saylie Parker Miller, Gracie Bourne, Katherine Estes, and Ellie Baker.
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The mission of the Oxford School District is to challenge every student to reach his or her maximum potential, thereby developing highly educated, responsible, college or career ready citizens who will take an active role in society.
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