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WOOT!

Woot!  Go U. Delaware!  Nationa champs in Partner stunt cheer (oh and 2nd AND 4th) 

And an awesome preformance in the full team  (we went first - so got me about the placement) 

And Yeah - I watch cheer.  I was an AG student we shared a dining hall with Phis ed (and the ice arena)   

edit: we came in second.  They wern't inpressed by the "go hens! Go Blue Hens!" part of our routin.  OK if you aren't impressed with our chicken mascot it's cause you haven't met a Blue Hen - they are mean!  go laugh at the U of MD (the turtles)

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betgirl
Feb. 17th, 2008 07:41 pm (UTC)
There's nothing like that around here. I've seen some competitions on ESPN and some stuff looks hard, but I dunno.
bodgei
Feb. 17th, 2008 07:48 pm (UTC)
I have two "girly" sports I watch Cheer adn ice dancing - and it's totaly all cause of the University I went to we are good in those two but the only "real" sport we are good at is basketball and we aren't doing well in that this year. UD is like 70% female so...

It is hard (not that I was a cheerleader but I did know some)one of the guy cheerleaders in my classes had his skull broken (and they stay on the ground)

I've been told I Should live in Texas since I love to watch cheer - and the good cheer teams come out of the south and south west. (Jensen was a cheerleader)
didit4love
Feb. 17th, 2008 08:05 pm (UTC)
When I was a teen, I trained really hard to try out and make it to the Cheer leading squad. I didn't make it to the final cut because I wasn't "cool" enough. But I'm here to tell ya, it's HARD work. The fact that it's now a competitive sport - and it IS a sport, tickles me...lol
bodgei
Feb. 17th, 2008 08:38 pm (UTC)
well at my High School -there wasn't much to cheer for. We had a good soccer team but our football team was almost the worst in the state. Our head cheerleader was also the kicker and manager for our football team...

I wanted to do Rifles but I was so not a joiner.

I love watching my University kick ass in something!
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