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Pom in Review

The newest addition to the El Modena sidelines has been a big hit

Ai-Vi Allred

Ai-Vi Allred

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  Though this is only pom’s first year on the sidelines alongside cheer, any onlooker would never be able to tell. Their presence this football season has seamlessly blended with every other group that is associated with the Friday (and Thursday)  night lights.

  Pom captain, senior Camryn Stein, spent her past three years on cheer before switching over to pom for her final year. On the transition, she states, “It was different to switch from stunting to turns, jumps, and kicklines.”

  Stein isn’t the only one who has made a major adjustment for her senior year, seniors Alyssa Farnsworth and Stela Martinez are newcomers to El Modena’s pep program from the Vanguard Dance Company. On the change, Farnsworth stated, “It was scary to break out of the schedule I’ve had for the past three years, but now that I’m here, I really enjoy it.”

  It has only been a few months, but these girls have already formed a very strong friendship. Since there are only seven of them, it is easy for each girl to get to know one another individually in a way many larger teams fail to do so.

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