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The stars of halftime

Angie Frederickson
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Southwest Football League cheerleaders

Southwest Football League cheerleaders

Southwest Football League cheerleaders (pictured) yell “Go S-F-L!” to celebrate their halftime performance at Rice University after practicing for it for two months. The cheerleaders are (top row, from left) coach Elizabeth Naggar, Avery Robertson, Marinne Miller, Juliette McLaughlin, Madeline Spielman, Quinn Morgenroth, Audrey Bui, Sloane Smith, coach Sandy Smith, Caroline Fajkus, Sophie Polacek, coach Kelly Bui, coach Julie Gibson and coach Mallory Rissmiller; (second row, from left): coach Michelle Young, coach Susie Tannery, Jenna Bayne, Elizabeth Bucy, Maddie Rossitto, Lainey Burrow, Rory Colgin, Brooklyn Conte, Teresa Pinkston, Laney Grace Blackburn, Taylor Vondenstein, Carly Cooper, Abigail Schellinger, Chloe Lo and Reese Morgenroth; (third row, from left): SFL cheer director Denise Clark, coach Margaret Pinkston, Jordan Young, Samantha Alleyne, Fiona Duncan, Lauren Young, Macyn Tannery, Eva Pastore, Allie Barker, Ella Gibson, Hayley Naggar, Zoe Clark, Samantha Chavez, Sydney Spielman, Elizabeth Burke, coach Lauren Burke and coach Jody Martin; (bottom row, from left): Brielle Mathe, Elle Pursley, Payton Spielman, Sasha Payne, Meg Dellinger, Emma Hamilton, Taylor Martin, Stella Rowell, Lauren Herr, Lilly Rissmiller, Sophie DeWalch, Lauren Martin, Hannah Summers, Adell Anderson, Ava Munro and coach Cricket DeWalch.

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