Mason game and mini clinic

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Junior Calista Robbins, senior Kathryn Tenbarge, and senior Leah Brod doing their sideline pom routine. “The sideline dance is really upbeat and fun helps us with our jazz and hip hop dances,” Brod said. The next Varsity boys’ home game is on Feb. 13 against Colerain. Photo courtesy of McDaniel’s Photography.

Abbey Baker, Managing Editor

The Flyerettes dance team danced last night at the Varsity boys’ basketball home game. The game was against Mason, who’s thought to be SHS big rival in multiple sports.

“The whole game was pretty intense. No one knew what to expect going into the game,” sophomore Jordan Hoffman said.

The girls performed their sideline pom routine during the game and their hip hop jazz dance during halftime.

    “I have been looking forward to this game for a long time because no one ever knows what the outcome of the games against Mason are going to be like and it was a really fun and interesting game to watch,” junior Calista Robbins said.

With only a couple games left of the basketball season the dancers have to start thinking about next season. They are doing that by holding a mini clinic on Feb. 14 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. in the Gregory Center.

The clinic will be for kids’ kindergarten thru eighth grade. This is one of their fundraisers of the year where the money will be going to costumes for next season.