Falcon Cove Cheer Team


Both captains, Lainey Haralson and Kennadi Brown teaching their teammates their routine.

Ruby Lauria and Camila Aristizabal

Falcon Cove cheer team has been practicing for the past few weeks. They have been perfecting their skills in the gym for their upcoming performances.

The team has been practicing Tuesday and Wednesday morning in the gym from 8-9. The team has been helping each other out, making sure that everyone knows the routine. Captains, Kennadi Brown and Lainey Haralson have been working hard by supporting everyone on the team.

“Being a captain to mean means that I am an encouraging leader and always staying positive. I help spread joy and share fun times. Being a cheer captain means I am a strong leader and trustworthy. I help spread and support our school with pride.” Says cheer team captain Kennadi Brown. Lainey Haralson, the other cheer captain states, “Being a captain means that I have the responsibility and maturity to be a leader. To me, it also means to care about each and every one of the cheerleaders. It gives the satisfaction that I helped the cheerleaders improve their skills.”

Mrs. Malone and Coach K. have been working together to coach the Falcon Cove cheer team. They have been a huge part of assisting the team in practice and out.  Mrs. Malone is the head coach, meaning she is in charge of the forms and making sure everyone cheerleader has their uniform or anything else they need. Coach K is an assisting coach, she teaches the routines and holds the practices for the cheerleaders.

Coach K tells us what made her want to coach cheerleading here at Falcon Cove. “I was a cheerleader at Falcon Cove once and it’s the greatest pleasure coaching the next generation of cheerleaders.”

Our cheerleaders and coaches work hard every week preparing themselves for the upcoming game starting on October 21st.