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Bearcat Stunt wins League Championship

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PRHS Stunt team finishes their league season
undefeated
against all other mountain league teams

The Paso Robles Bearcat stunt team celebrated the mountain league championship for the fifth year in a row, winning the last league game of the season against the San Luis Obispo tigers on Wednesday, May 4th 2022. The girls came away with a score of 4-20–an almost perfect score– with the only deduction in jumps and tumbling routine five. In order to secure the championship they had been anticipating all season, the Bearcats needed this win. 

The ladies started the game with high energy to maintain the momentum of their winning streak. The game consisted of 4 quarters, Partner Stunts, Pyramids and Tosses, Jumps and Tumbling, and Quarter 4 (which plays all three from the previous quarters). At halftime, the girls the score was 1-8,  with the Tigers tying in the previous quarter on pyramids and tosses level 2. They hoped to continue the drive that they had in the first half.

When the final quarter approached the ladies only needed to gain two more points in order to fully win the game. For the first part of the quarter the ladies tied on two of the three points and fully won the last one, with only three points available, meaning the Tigers could still come back. The next part of the quarter was played fierce with routine three being called. The Bearcats secured the points needed to win the game. The final part of quarter 4 was routine four which gave them the final score of 4-20.

“We’ve worked so hard up until these final moments and we plan on working harder for CIF and State. It’s the Bearcat love within our team that keeps us going,”

SAID SOPHOMORE SIDE BASE, JOSSELLYN RUIZ .​
Sophmore,10, Jossellyn Ruiz

The ladies will compete this upcoming Saturday, May 7, 2022 for the central section in order to qualify for the State CIF championship games. The  games will be hosted by the Bearcats in Gil Asa Gym starting at 10 am for the central section. 
















































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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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