Cheer is Ready for the New Year

Kayden Wagner shares what life is like being the JV Cheer Captain

Going into her second year as a cheerleader and first year as a captain, sophomore Kayden Wagner reveals her excitement for the upcoming seasons, her plans for her team, and her thoughts on cheer and being a captain.

Frontline: What do you want people to know about the cheer team this year?

Kayden Wagner: We’re going to be very involved, rather than the previous years.


FL: Do you have any exciting plans for your team this year?

KW: A lot of team bonding activities since we don’t really get much time to do that.


FL: What does it take to be a captain?

KW: Everyone has to like you basically and you have to be organized and ready for the pressure of being captain.


FL: Any advice to anyone wishing to tryout for cheer?

KW: Do it. It’s a lot of fun and you’re definitely going to want to do it. 


FL: What’s your overall job as captain?

KW: Making sure no one’s fighting, everyone gets along, and that everyone’s having a good time.


FL: What’s the most rewarding thing about being on cheer?

KW: The most rewarding thing about being on cheer is that you have a second family, everyone appreciates you and you feel welcomed.


FL: Since this is your first year as a captain, do you think you’ll tryout to be captain again?

KW: Most likely in my senior year.


FL: What is the most stressful thing about being a captain?

KW: Having to make sure everyone is getting along and having to call out the cheers at the games.


FL: What are you most excited about for the football season?
KW: Getting to cheer on my favorite team (El Mo Football) alongside my best friends. 

Get ready to watch Kayden Wagner and her teammates cheer on JV Football during their first game this Thursday, August 31 at El Modena at 3:15.

Via elmodenacheerandpom on Instagram
JV Cheer practicing in preparation for a successful season
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