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Taking Down the Tribe


Bearcat stunt
wins both games
against Tulare Union



The Bearcat varsity stunt team celebrated two wins against the Tulare Union Tribe, 17-5 and 19-8.  Their current record stands at 3-0, non-league, with the league season starting next week. Captains Miranda Martinez, Casey Clements, Alyssabeth Goldammer, and Hannah Scheller represented the team in the opening coin toss, with the team losing the coin toss twice. The ladies started off well in the first quarter of partner stunts, while the tribe scored two points both times. The next quarter of pyramids and tosses the Bearcats played well again scoring almost every time one was played.



During halftime the Bearcats were up both times 10-5 to the Tribe just in time for Quarter 3 to start with jumps and tumbling. The Bearcats dominated their jumps and tumbling routines scoring a point for each routine played during each game. Flipping forward, backwards, and jumping in the air coordinated to the exact counts created a hypnosis state for the seven girls on the mat. Led by Tia Dana and her tumbling helped to boost morale on the sideline and mat continued to help score point and point.  The ladies were still up going into the Quarter 4 and final quarters where they could lose it all:  with a possible 9 points available, the Tribe could catch up to the score the Bearcats had earned, with just three routines. 

The Bearcats scored wonderfully in their final quarters. Hitting the last part of the quarter’s end with pyramids brought stress for the ladies on the mat, Tulare could take the points gaining on the Bearcats. Scheller, Devynne Linnell and Maddie Hurstak groups hit their pyramids with success both times. When the buzzer went off singling the end of the quarter they walked away with a close to perfect score each time– with a perfect score being 21 points in total.

I think it is good that we challenge ourselves and really pay attention to what we really need to work on

Captain clements, the first quarter captain, said.

The girls next game is against rival Arroyo Grande, March 9, 2022 in Gil Asa starting at seven.

Understanding the game

The quarters go as follows:
1. Partner Stunts
2. Pyramids and Tosses
3. Jumps and Tumbling
4. Quarter four (all combined). The goal is to score points versus the other team while both doing the same routine.

Where game information can be found?

To find out where the next Bearcat Stunt games are visit cat tracks to see when and where.

Cat Tracks

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Kayla Degnan
Kayla Degnan, Sports Co-Director

Senior Kayla Degnan is in her third year of Crimson, being Sports Co-director. She hopes to grow her knowledge in sports while also giving athletes the appreciation that they have earned. Outside of Crimson she enjoys reading, writing, watching dance moms, and learning ASL. She is varsity cheer captain this year and participates in the varsity stunt team. She cannot wait for her final year of Crimson. Go Bearcats!

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