Band, dance and cheer teams show their support

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  • Cheerleaders and future cheerleaders eagerly took their places in front of the grandstand.

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    The Badgerettes performed to the music of the Badger BandOs last Friday during halftime.

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    Photo by MANDI BATEMAN Member of the Badger BandOs showing school pride during last Friday’s football game.

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    The cheerleaders prepare for the Badger football players to make their grand entrance at Friday’s game against Moscow.

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    Photo by MANDI BATEMAN The Badgerettes put on a show for the spectators at the Friday night football game.

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    School pride was evident throughout the band members as they played and cheered on the football team.

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    Photo by MANDI BATEMAN Over 40 future cheerleaders took to the field under the mentorship of the older cheerleaders from the high school and middle school.

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    Photo by MANDI BATEMAN The future cheerleaders all received shirts and pom poms to help bring in the school spirit.

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    Photo by MANDI BATEMAN The large group of cheerleaders brought the spirit during the whole first half of the game.

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    Badger cheerleaders, present and future, come together for a Sept. 21 halftime performance.

  • Cheerleaders and future cheerleaders eagerly took their places in front of the grandstand.

  • 1

    The Badgerettes performed to the music of the Badger BandOs last Friday during halftime.

  • 2

    Photo by MANDI BATEMAN Member of the Badger BandOs showing school pride during last Friday’s football game.

  • 3

    The cheerleaders prepare for the Badger football players to make their grand entrance at Friday’s game against Moscow.

  • 4

    Photo by MANDI BATEMAN The Badgerettes put on a show for the spectators at the Friday night football game.

  • 5

    School pride was evident throughout the band members as they played and cheered on the football team.

  • 6

    Photo by MANDI BATEMAN Over 40 future cheerleaders took to the field under the mentorship of the older cheerleaders from the high school and middle school.

  • 7

    Photo by MANDI BATEMAN The future cheerleaders all received shirts and pom poms to help bring in the school spirit.

  • 8

    Photo by MANDI BATEMAN The large group of cheerleaders brought the spirit during the whole first half of the game.

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    Badger cheerleaders, present and future, come together for a Sept. 21 halftime performance.

BONNERS FERRY — While the football players play hard out on the field, there are many other students working together to create the atmosphere so loved at hometown games. They are working just as hard to represent Bonners Ferry High School and the bring the Badger pride.

At last Friday’s game, a throng of cheerleaders delighted the crowds. The high school and middle school cheerleaders joined forces to teach more than 40 young 2018 Future Badger Cheer Camp members. They practiced hard and not only performed during halftime, but during the first half of the game as well. They showcased what they had learned, including cheers, a dance, stunting and tumbling.

The heartbeat of school pride is defined by the Badger Bands. There music alone drives and inspires the crowd of spectators, as well as encouraging the players. School pride was evident as some band members sported face paint or pom poms. They teamed up this game with the Badgerettes dance team, providing the music for their routine.

“They adapted part of a new dance to the fight song and performed the original 1980’s dance moves to the school song, ‘Hey Look Me Over’,” said Badgerettes dance coach Lisa Dirks. “Dear to my heart, because it’s the dance we performed 1988 to 1991.”

The hard work put in behind the scenes really showed as the students of all ages performed for the audience.

“The Badgerettes look forward to performing this again with the cheer squad, during basketball season,” said Dirks. “It’s so special when all three of us join together supporting our school and showing our united spirit.”

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