“She loves cheer and I think its important to have someone who loves the sport of cheer to be on the team,” cheerleading head coach Mandy Ratliff said “She works hard, and when I ask her to do something she’ll do it without hesitation.”
The cheer team has competed twice this season and placed second at Troup County on September 25. They also performed at the Starr’s Mill Invitational on September 18 but, as the host school, did not place.
“I am willing to do stuff that others are not willing to do, and am willing to step to the plate for the team,” Grant said. “I bring happiness and skills to the team.”
Both junior varsity and varsity cheer teams compete at Ola High School on October 16.