Providing plenty to cheer about...

The Tuesday, January 2 home game for the Waukon girls and boys basketball teams against Kee allowed the crowd to witness more than just basketball at the Waukon High School gymnasium, as youth ranging from three years old on up through eighth grade performed as a continuation of the Lil’ Indian Cheerleading Camp that took place earlier that day, a scheduled day off in the Allamakee Community School District.

Under the guidance of Waukon High School cheerleading coaches Amy Bieber and Lexi Brink, along with past and present members of the Waukon High School Cheerleading Squad, a combination of more than 140 young providers of the pep took what they learned from that camp and put it into action, with three-year-olds through second grade participants performing prior to the varsity girls game and third through eighth graders performing at halftime of that same varsity game.

As pictured in the surrounding photos, a variety of cheers, jumps and stunts were performed to entertain the large crowd in attendance, with the young cheerleaders also getting a chance to share their spirit with players and coaches as they returned to the court from the locker room. View and find out how to purchase these photos and many more from the event by clicking on the Photo Galleries link on this webpage.