Each year I set goals for myself, and work diligently toward making them become possible. I do my best to balance the various activities that I am involved in so that I can participate in multiple things successfully. I feel that I am the best candidate for Head Cheerleader. If I receive the honor of being head cheerleader I hope that my sensitivity, diligence, energy and sense of humor would make working with me a
I could not help but wonder if I had helped these girls truly be the best players they could be or if their hopes would be crushed by embarrassment on the field and a large margin of defeat. Before the game, I took them to the end zone for a quick pep talk to remind them of the time and hard work they had given to this team. We broke out of the huddle and the game began. We scored on our first possession and never looked back from that point. The girls were executing every play to perfection.
Stephanie Chancey Scholarship Essay “The only person that can beat you, is yourself.” My band director, Mr. Rodriguez always tells that to the band because he knows that the band won't easily give up. Band has taught a lot of discipline and has helped me mature throughout the years. I play the flute and my name is Stephanie Chancey. To help me with my social skills, I am in Student Council, the Colloquium, and in color guard. Some of my interests include, photography, playing music, and dancing.
• Practices will be designed to incorporate the maximum combination of stimulation, skill development and team play. • Positive encouragement and mistakes will be skillfully and tactfully corrected so as not to jeopardize anyone’s enthusiasm. • Foster individual and team goal setting and achievement. Success is not Defined by Winning or Losing • Success is showing improvement, giving our best effort, implementing during games what we practice and demonstrating good sportsmanship at all times Playing Time and Positions • All girls will play in games. While everyone plays a meaningful amount, playing time will be determined based on skill, effort and attendance.
There are side-line cheerleaders and competitive cheerleaders. Side-line cheerleaders are there to entertain the crowd and lead them in chants. A competitive cheerleading team’s goal is to earn the most points while doing a complex routine with anywhere from twelve to twenty members that consists of precise formations, flips, tumbling passes, stunts, and tosses. I do not agree that side-line cheerleading is a sport; however, I do believe that competitive cheerleading is a sport. There is not one set definition of a sport, but a common understood definition of a sport is one from dictionary.com that defines a sport as “an athletic activity that requires physical prowess or skill and often a competitive nature.” I will take aspects of cheerleading and compare it to the definition given.
Describing the bad shape "The team" is in with one member a broken rib, another concussion from a fall, one with sprained ankle, and to top it they have been practicing in this mannor all day and all night focusing everything they have while their coach is screaming at them from the sidelines! Every team in every sport in this condition always needs a little positive shove, and cheerleaders are the best at it! But Jennie throws the twist, or even irony, they are the cheerleaders! We can imagine this situation in many sports but football will be our prime comparison. This use of Imagery sets the physical strain, time, focus, and determination cheer has just like every other sport.
This later led to the development of organized cheering which was lead by one or several individuals. These individuals were to start chants and to help the crowd cheer in unison. Cheerleading can be separated into two different types of organizations. The first type of cheerleading is school sponsored cheerleading. This type of cheerleading involves a group of individuals that help encourage crowd involvement and also help lead organized chants.
I had a conversation with Pat Delaney, one of my friends that is a cheerleader here at MSU, about my view and his view on cheerleading. He stated that “Yes, college cheerleading is a sport so is competitive cheerleading.” The reason I believe that cheerleading is a sport is mainly because of the amount of time and practice cheerleaders have to do to get to where they want to be is the same or maybe even more than what a softball player would. Cheerleaders have to go through vigorous, intense training just to perform a single routine. They
Sports include something that has any type of physical and mental activity (Varsity). Cheerleaders athletic abilities include several things such as stunting, tumbling, jumping, and routines. All of which include strength, strategy and endurance. While cheering at sporting events, each teams cheerleaders compete against each other by trying to out do the other in cheers and dances as well as who can motivate their team to win. This is the same as competitive cheerleading which intells choreographed dances and acrobatic acts against more than one team and is judged by a panel of judges.
I know that every soul that has been in band will take their experiences and apply them to reach their lifelong goals. Overall, being in an extracurricular activity has taught me how to be a dedicated student, worker, leader, or citizen of our country. There are so many unforgettable experiences that I will apply to all that I do and achieve. Extracurricular activities are an important factor for us to reach our goals. It prepared us mentally for the upcoming “real world” which isn’t really taught in