Prep Sports August 2, 2012 chris 0 Chambers cheerleaders place at camp 0 0 0 00 0 0 more Chambers cheerleaders place at camp August 2, 2012 chris Whatever Happened To Old Fashioned Campaigning? August 2, 2012 chris Tornado touches down in Cusseta August 2, 2012 chris Potts named new national logger president August 2, 2012 chris Students explore careers at tech center August 2, 2012 chris Lanett man dies in Hwy 50 crash August 2, 2012 chris Citizens urged to complete survey August 2, 2012 chris $300k unaccounted for at Probate office August 2, 2012 chris Bulldogs playoff bound after crushing Horseshoe Bend August 2, 2012 chris Lady Rebels upend Meadowview to reach final four August 2, 2012 chris Hey Chump, If You Won’t Vote, You Can’t Talk Trash August 2, 2012 chris Chambers Academy’s varsity squad had an impressive showing at the AISA UCA Cheer Camp held July 16 19 at Huntingdon College in Montgomery. The team placed third overall in the camp’s best dance competition. Pictured in back, from left, are Kendall Cook, Jordan Crowder, Lindsey Ison, Cheyenne Walters, Heather Blackburn, Savannah Sims, BreAnna Hand and Autumn White. In front, from left are Jordan Brown, Haley Cotter and Aly Lashley. Brown, Cotter and Lashley were each named to the All American All-Star team, and Lashley and Cotter, both seniors, were selected as AISA All-Stars. Lashley was also a finalist in the jump-off competition at the camp. Not pictured are Riley Clark and Emily Welcher Chambers Academy’s junior high cheerleading squad performed well while at the AISA-UCA Cheer Camp in Montgomery. The young Rebels earned third place in the best cheer competition. Above the team is shown after receiving their third place trophy; they are, from left, Jessica Holliday Lizzie Thrower, Jessica Harmon, Melissa Milford, Klancy Harmon and Lindsey Stewart. Related posts: Rebel cheerleaders named to all-star teams Chambers Academy JV cheerleaders awarded at camp Chambers Academy JV cheerleaders awarded at camp Chambers Academy well represented in AISA All-Star game 0 00 0 0 previous Maxxis Shootout Series brings action to Penton next Watts, Wallace continue Penton dominance chris Related Posts Potts named new national logger president November 8, 2018 slandon 0 Bulldogs playoff bound after crushing Horseshoe Bend November 1, 2018 slandon 0 Lady Rebels upend Meadowview to reach final four November 1, 2018 slandon 0 LEAVE YOUR COMMENT Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.