Cheerleaders share Wolf spirit with Coupeville Pups

Wolf Pack Pride invaded Coupeville Elementary School recently, and its adorability quotient skyrocketed.

Coupeville High School cheer coach Cheridan Eck and her team hosted a junior cheer camp the past four weeks (one day a week) for youngsters from kindergarten through the fifth grade, and 76 girls took part.

Eck said, “I taught the girls a couple cheers and a fun, easy routine. We also did some fun games and freestyle dancing as well.”

The camp concluded with performances at Coupeville High School basketball games.

The K through second-grade girls delighted the crowd at the halftime of the girls varsity game Tuesday, Jan. 29.

The third- through fifth-graders spread their spirit at the boys varsity game Friday, Feb. 1.

Eck said her team had a “great time” working with the youngsters. And, the grade-schoolers weren’t the only ones to learn something during the camp.

Eck said, “I feel that they (her team) learned how much these young girls look up to them and how they can be a positive role model. I was really proud how they all stepped up and took care of the young girls.”


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