Seven Lakes High School cheer team wins second consecutive state title

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Posted 1/19/22

Winning a state title is reason enough to cheer. But the folks at Seven Lakes High School have twice as much reason to cheer, as their Seven Lakes High School Spartan Spirit cheerleading team won a second consecutive Class 6A UIL state championship.

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Seven Lakes High School cheer team wins second consecutive state title

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Winning a state title is reason enough to cheer. But the folks at Seven Lakes High School have twice as much reason to cheer, as their Seven Lakes High School Spartan Spirit cheerleading team won a second consecutive Class 6A UIL state championship.

“Two back-to-back championship wins is a reflection of the hard work and teamwork our student athletes demonstrate every day,” Amy Weaston, Seven Lakes cheer coach, said. “This year you could tell that the squad came back for more. This accomplishment adds on to our 2019 third-place state win,”

Four other Katy-area teams placed in the UIL Spirit State Championship events. They include:

  • Tompkins High School Cheer Team – Third place at the 6A-D1 competition
  • Mayde Creek High School – Fifth place at the 6A-D1 competition
  • Cinco Ranch High School – Thirteenth place and Winner of Crowd Leading Award at Class 6A, Division 1 Competition
  • Jordan High School Cheer Team – Fourth place and winner Crowd Leading Award at the Class 5A, Division 2 competition

The 2022 Conference UIL State Spirit Championship, which took place in Fort Worth, focused on showcasing cheer technical skills and sideline crowd-leading material in a game-day presentation format.

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