I had always wanted to do cheerleading and this was my moment to do it. I unfortunately choked up and didn’t make it on that team. Instead of giving up I choose to keep practicing. I decided to join another team outside of school to improve my skills. My new goal was to make it to my high school cheer team.
Julia Young English 1010 Larson, P.3 Personal Narrative The professional boxer Muhammad Ali once said, “I hated every minute of training, but i said ‘Don’t quit. Suffer now and live the rest of your life a champion.’ ” This quote became relatable the moment I looked back on the start of my cheerleading “career”. My older sister Aarika cheered for Brighton while I was in 7th grade, she tried convincing me for months to join a team and finally I agreed. I wasn’t very excited, I wasn’t thrilled having to be thrown into something I didn’t know anything about, and I was absolutely terrified about being the “new girl” on the team. I remember that first practice, walking into the gym and being shaken by the loud blaring music and girls running around
That morning me, my mom, and my sisters went to the competition. It stunk we had to walk all the way there because the skywalk was closed and it was freezing cold. I was so tired because me and my mom stayed up tell 1:00 A.M. helping my mom make sign for every single girl that was on the cheer team. Right when we walked into the area where they performed its was so loud there was blaring loud speakers playing music for the teams. It was funny right before they did awards because they played songs well teams got ready and one of the songs was Hit The Quan.
Showing that they are willing to do what it takes to win the Olympics. Never giving up never complaining and keep driving themselves to go more and more. This is the point of the movie when the team started to really become a family which was really expressed throughout the movie. Next week it was time to head to the Olympics. The games went very well for team USA because they 're really starting to understand what it truly takes to win.
The feeling was overwhelming and I was so excited for what my future holds in lacrosse. I loved that I could share my accomplishments with my family and friends. The season had finally come to an end, and I was really delighted to of won the All-Region Women 's Lacrosse award. I also won MVP my freshman year. I was also getting looked at by three colleges, and a sports agency called saying that I was the only one that they seen who had the potential to play at a college level sport.
It was a summers day after band practice when I got asked if I wanted to go around town with my friends Shalyn, Bella, and Jules. It all started with a “Hey, do you wanna drive around for a little bit?”, from Jules. “Of course I do.” I replied. Driving around and talking was our favorite thing to do as a group of friends. We would talk about our problems from school to boys.
The first round of regionals approached and we were given the name of the team we would play for the first game. As we loaded the bus for departure nerves were floating throughout the air. But our traditional karaoke bus ride did not go unsung. The bus was filled with the voices of the girls I have grown up with and flashbacks of all the memories we had shared. I knew that this game had the full potential of being my last, but I would not have wanted to lose with anyone else.
However, I realized my love and desire for the sport, which aided me to overcome this emotional scar by avowing to focus on becoming an even better player. The summer following my sophomore year I had a running routine, eating regimen, and training that I followed to make myself stronger. During that season my teammates, coaches, and fans took notice of my new motivation, I was always sent out to cover the best players on the other team. I was so focused that I emulated defensive plays of the US Women’s soccer team and played every game like it was the championship game of the season; because of my determination that season I receive the MVP award. Later, after winning the award I recognized that I did not only train harder for the award, but I worked harder because I had matured in my love for soccer and in my personal life to prove to myself that nothing is impossible.
Which was definitely better then what our current situation was. We were riding back to the high school from the girls’ basketball game in Wichita. The girls had managed to pull through and win state for our school. Despite the rough start, the shot from half court was all anyone could discuss. This was a perfect start for our New Orleans trip.
Due to this unique trait, I received immediate feedback about what I was cultivating in these young minds.They were eager to learn more and would scream-and I mean scream-when taught something new. They returned in the spring with the same, if not a heightened, enthusiasm to keep cheering. Isabella, one of the most lively young girls I have ever met, told me that it was “a sad day I left [when the season ended]” and whispered to a new cheerleader “She[me] is the best.” as I was introducing myself to her. Emily, a girl with such a bubbly and outgoing personality, was eager for me to see her newly improved cartwheel she had been working on for months. It was a humbling feeling to know that I was able to make such an impact that they were counting down the days to when they could see me again.
She could and will pursue the roll of coaching to the next level in the future. This is Madelynn 's last year with us to shoot, she is graduating and going to continue her shooting career with University of Tennessee at Knoxville, she is going to be greatly missed by her teammates. Madelynn has proven her roll as team President by accepting challenges that has been given to her by SCI (Safari Club International) and Quail Unlimited by working hand in hand with there management on banquets and outings her roll was helping organize our athletes and manage them while their raffles and side games was being operated for fund raisers during there banquet. I have been amazed to stand back and watch her take charge. Madelynn has assisted other youth that was competing
Things go so well that Higgins will give her a rose on their date. During episode two, Lauren Barr will be offered a rose and turn it down. It looks like Ben Higgins didn 't win one girl over. Lauren Bushnell will get a one on one date with Ben Higgins pretty early on too. Reality Steve has shared all season long that she is a front-runner and could be the one standing in the end.
Two days later they all was at Corey house and all of them got an unexpected call and they all answered and it was the band director Mr. Hamyer and he said that they all made it to the human jukebox, all of them started to cry because that was their dream an Corey, Kendall, and Carlton finally did it! First game came about, they was so excited they was more excited because they play the instrument they played the instrument in high school. As time went by the game ended and the 5th quarter came about where they battle. They finally battle the other band and the last song they got to twirl and that’s when they knew that they made
It is the morning before all of the Frisco Independent School District tennis teams face off to see who will be the best in singles and doubles. The weather is nice and it will quickly rise to the mid-90s. I cannot wait to get to school to see my team mates and play my final match for Wakeland High School Tennis team. I have been preparing for this match for seven years, without realizing the full affects. It all started on the second week of seventh grade, I had joined tennis as my physical education credit because I did not want to do girls athletics or regular physical education.
After I opened up to my teacher and she told me all of the amazing fundraising opportunities, it was decided; I was going to try out for the competition team. I was never the best dancer, but I was still pretty good at the branches of dance that I did. I was ecstatic when I found out I made the team; it was like the world stopped spinning for a minute. That was