Senior Lindsay Morasch has been cheering for four years. Throughout this time, she has improved on her stunting abilities as a flier and a base and has lettered three out of her four years. Morasch has participated in many camps throughout her career to help her improve.
“I have participated in UCA camps throughout the years. In those camps, I learned how to be a better stunter and cheerleader. We did a lot of difficult stunts and also learned new cheers to use for our season,” said Morasch.
Morasch has collected a lot of memories to look back on because of her involvement in cheerleading.
“My favorite cheer memory is probably senior night. It was a great game, and I had a lot of fun, despite freezing,” said Morasch.
Morasch’s biggest accomplishment was becoming a varsity cheerleader her sophomore year, which was her first time cheering in high school.
“I’m going to miss being at all the games and cheering on the Rams,” said Morasch.
Since Morasch has experienced all of high school cheer, she knows what she would pass on to aspiring cheerleaders.
“I would tell underclassmen to make sure they stick with it and don’t quit because cheer can teach you things that can help you later in life. It helps you create friendships and bonds with people as well and memories that you won’t ever forget,” said Morasch.
After graduating, Morasch plans on attending Ivy Tech and pursuing an associate’s degree in business administration. She then plans to transfer to Indiana University Southeast to get her bachelor’s degree in business with a focus on human resources.
Story by Lili Seals