Jim Hill High School Cheerleaders Win in National Competition
During Spring Break, the Jim Hill High School competition squad competed in the Powerhouse Spirit National Stomp and Shake Cheerleading Championships at Virginia State University. This competition is an annual event that brings together high schools from around the country to showcase their skills across several categories. The Jim Hill competition squad competed in the following five categories on Saturday, March 20:
Blackout Routine (First Place)
The cheer team earned one of the highest score totals of any Blackout Routine since the category’s history. A third-place finish was also earned in the stunt group category.
The Jim Hill High School cheerleaders are led by head coach, Tamika Harris, and the assistant coach is former Jim Hill High School cheerleader Amadi Lawrence.