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  • Blind cheerleaders’ spirit refuses to go unseen

    On Saturday, the the Governor Morehead School cheerleading team competed in a regional tournament that drew cheerleaders from New York and Maryland, Pennsylvania and West Virginia, filling the bleachers of the GMS gym and inspiring all in attendance.

On Saturday, the the Governor Morehead School cheerleading team competed in a regional tournament that drew cheerleaders from New York and Maryland, Pennsylvania and West Virginia, filling the bleachers of the GMS gym and inspiring all in attendance. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
On Saturday, the the Governor Morehead School cheerleading team competed in a regional tournament that drew cheerleaders from New York and Maryland, Pennsylvania and West Virginia, filling the bleachers of the GMS gym and inspiring all in attendance. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com

Blind cheerleaders dominate, devastate, dazzle – Shaffer

January 31, 2017 10:36 AM