Q and A About Cheer: Mycaiya Curtis


Makayla Wincher, Reporter

Q: What do you think makes a successful cheer team?

A: “What makes a successful cheer team is teamwork, you can’t accomplish anything in cheer without your peers.”

Q: What is your best cheer quality and why?

A: “My best cheer quality is probably dancing; I have been dancing my whole life.”

Q: What are your cheer goals?

A: “My goal in cheer is to make it worthy and have fun.”

Q: Why did you become a cheerleader?

A: “I always wanted to be a cheerleader when I was younger, so I took my chance in high school.”

Q: What is your definition of a cheerleader?

A:  “My definition of a cheerleader is someone that fights for their squad, without actually fighting.”

Q: What is the hardest thing about cheer?

A: “To me the hardest thing about cheer is that you have to be a quick learner, no one wants to wait for you.”

Q: What is the best part about cheer?

A: “To me the best part of cheer is to have fun, do things that keep you exercising, go to places, and be the main part in school activities.”