Fountain Central Winter Varsity Sideline Cheer

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Meet Shy Rahm – 2020 Softball Senior – FC Spring Athlete Profile

MUSTANG SENIOR SPRING ATHLETE PROFILES Name: Shy Rahm Favorites: -Movie:  Pitch Perfect -TV show:  I actually don’t watch TV much -Restaurant: Chick-fil-a -Food: Pasta -Musician/Group:  Morgan Wallen or Tyler Childers -Song:  “Lady May” – Tyler Childers   Current Spring Sport & Years in the Sport:  Softball – 14 years Favorite Athlete in Your Sport:  It’s hard to have a favorite college or pro player

Meet Maddy Massey – 2020 Softball Player

MUSTANG SENIOR ATHLETE PROFILES Name: Maddy Massey Favorites: -Movie:  A Star is Born -TV show:  Criminal Minds:  SVI -Restaurant: Olive Garden -Food: Any type of pasta -Musician/Group:  Luke Combs / Morgan Wallen -Song:  “Chasin You” – Morgan Wallen Current Spring Sport & Years in the Sport:  Softball – 14 years   Other Sports: Cheer – 7 years   What are your favorite memories from

Youth FB & Cheer Night Friday Night as FC FB Hosts Attica

Friday night (Sept 20) will be youth football and cheer recognition night at Fountain Central.  All youth FB players and cheerleaders (plus one guest) will be admitted if they are wearing their uniforms.  Come out and support our Mustangs as they face WRC foe Attica at Fountain Central.

Secret Fans

Your FC Cheerleaders are doing a fantastic job getting their Secret Fan program underway. Each Varsity football player has a specific Cheerleader supporting them through gifts and Mustang Spirit, such as locker decorations.  The team was so helpful by providing personal information from each player to coordinate special snacks and drinks each player would enjoy. The

Secret Sisters

This week your FC Cheerleaders lauch a program called Secret Sisters. Each Cheerleader receives information from a fellow FC Cheerleader in order to find ways to better support her throughout our cheer year. The girls share goals, interests, favorite foods and other random facts about themselves that might not come up in day-to-day practice and