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Masco JVA and C teams combined forces to compete in the National High School Cheerleading Championship in Orlando, Florida on February 6th. The team placed 7th in the country in the Junior Rec Division and proudly showed everyone their Masco spirit! We would like to thank our sponsors for helping to make our dream a reality - we couldn't have done it without your generosity and support, and for that we are truly grateful. Thank you for believing in us, we hope we made you proud!
This experience also wouldn't have been possible without the hard work and dedication of our coaches, Tracy Finocchiaro and Michele Gaudin, and all of our parents and friends who cheered us on all season and offered their endless support as we persevered to reach our goal. We can't thank you enough for all you have done. It's been an amazing journey - Go Masco!
Note: Football game schedules can be found under football tab. Coaches will inform squads of any changes to game times.
What a way to end the season! Once again MYC had an impressive run at the CAYFL competition, with all seven of our squads turning out amazing performances! We're so proud of what they've accomplished this season - we definitely went out on a high note! (see pics below).
Four of our squads - A, JVA, C and JVC - competed in the NE Cheer and Dance Competition and once again brought their impressive skills to the mat. A Squad took 3rd place in their division with an amazing routine that definitely challenged their tough competition. JVA Squad, despite being plagued by a few injuries, earned themselves an impressive 2nd place in their division, less than one point behind the first place winner! C Squad brought home 2nd place in their division amid some stiff competition, and JVC Squad took 4th place in their division, clearly showing off all the hard work they've done in the last few weeks. In addition, A, JVA and C squads won bids to compete at Nationals in Florida in February. Congratulations girls we knew you could do it! Kudos to all 4 teams, let's keep it going! Cape Ann here we come!
Four of our squads competed at the "Cheer For A Cure" invitational on October 24th and once again our girls impressed the crowds with their mad cheering skills! Our D squad started off the day, and they did a fantastic job in their first competition of the year. Kudos to them for giving it their all and working so well as a team! Our JVC and C squads each took home trophies for their efforts, with JVC taking third place in their division and C team winning first place in theirs! An outstanding accomplishment for both teams - congratulations! Our JVA squad impressed with an exciting and sharp routine that earned them high praise and fourth place among some very tough competition. So proud of the enthusiasm and skill that they brought to the mat! Thank you to the Ipswich cheer organization who did a great job coordinating the event - we were very proud to be there for such a worthy cause!
Our JVD and JVA squads competed in Bedford this weekend - our first competition of the season! Our JVA team took 2nd place in their division - an amazing performance among some very tough competition! Although the JVD squad didn't place this time around, they are to be commended for executing such a fantastic performance their first time out this season. It takes a lot to get out there and perform in front of a huge crowd and they did it with confidence. Kudos to them!
The cheerleaders were amazing last night, and all we heard after the show was high praise for how in sync the girls were, and that it was "the best halftime show ever". The crowd was truly impressed, as were the varsity cheerleaders, and we can't thank Lynne Bermudez and her assistant coaches, Cass McMahon and Leanne Mihalchik enough for putting together such a fantastic routine. It's not an easy task to coordinate 130 girls in the short amount of practice time that all the squads had together, so congratulations on a job more than well done.
I can't begin to express how unbelievably proud I am of each and every one of our teams. We had an impressive showing at all sessions and, more than ever, we are the program to beat!
First session earned us 2nd places finishes for our JVD and D teams. Both were amazing and went out there and did their very best! Great job girls! Congrats!
Second session JVC and C teams placed 1st. C team took it one step further and earned Grand Champions! Our Mascots, in all their adorableness, came in 2nd out of 5 teams! Congrats to all these teams.
Finally, in the third and final session of the day, we made our mark on the Cape Ann League! JVA secured 1st place with an impressive showing and A team brought it home with 1st place, Game Day and Grand Champions! From what I'm told, A team's score of 96 is the highest in Cape Ann history! What a way to end a season!