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Elite High School Spotlight: Regis Jesuit High School Varsity

Elite High School Spotlight

REGIS JESUIT HIGH SCHOOL  

Regis Jesuit is one of our hardest working High School teams in our United Elite facility. The girls strive to be the cleanest and sharpest team in the state of Colorado and continuously push themselves and each other to bigger and better skills. These athletes are always excited to practice and will always come into the gym with a positive can do attitude. For being a fairly young team they carry themselves as seasoned veterans with their ability to gain and perfect skills every practice.
Regis Jesuit is a very encouraging team and will celebrate every accomplishment for each other from handsprings to fulls. The Raiders are definitely a team to keep your eyes on.
 
Get to know
 Regis Jesuit Varsity Cheerleaders
Division:

5A All Girl
Mascot:
RAIDERS
Head Coaches:
EMILY MYERS AND JEREMY WISE
Assistant Coaches:
COURTNEY BYRNE
Captain’s Names:
 ERIN L. AND ALEXA D.
What is special about your team?
 
“At Regis Jesuit our girls are more than just teammates, they are sisters. They create a sisterhood on and off the mat. The girls display a genuine caring and supportive attitude towards one another. They celebrate every victory, big or small. For example, when an athlete gets a new skill the entire team will run to celebrate their new accomplishment with them. At the end of the day, our team goal is to be the best we can but most importantly be a family!”
 
What is your team’s motto?
“One Team One Family”
What traditions does your team have?
 
“Before every full out routine, we pull the team together and have every athlete say one encouraging statement to another teammate.”
What is your team goal for the upcoming State Competition?
 
“Our goal for state is to hit the best routine that we can do. We want to demonstrate good technique, high energy, good execution, and an overall sharp routine. Most importantly we want to have fun and be proud of our performance.”

 

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