The Lady Broncos know how to “Bring It!”
By Jonah Woullard
The 145's Doral Lady Broncos won 1st place at the Miami Extreme League Cheerleading Championship (October 30, 2010) at the Bank United Center in the 145's medium division. The Lady Broncos 145’s also were named Grand Champions having the highest overall score in the entire competition.
Also the 145s Lady Broncos competed in the 2010 Orange Bowl Cheerleading Competition Sunday, November 14th, 2010 at Nova Southeastern University. Going up against six other teams in the "Prep" division, The Lady Broncos received 1st place to go along with their Miami Extreme League 1st Place win in the 145s Division.
The Lady Broncos started the 2010 season with a team made up primarily by girls who have never cheered before and also as the season progressed, the cheer squad dropped from 16 girls to 12 girls. With this change in numbers the squad had to then adjust their routines to accommodate a smaller squad, but yet still keep the routines just as exciting if you were watching 40 cheerleaders.
One of the three flyers cheered before but had never flown, and another was a dancer, not a cheerleader. But regardless of their previous experience they were willing to jump in and help the team where they were needed most.
The Lady Broncos had to fight through illnesses and cancelled practices due to weather but felt they just wouldn’t be denied. They worked hard, almost every week day beginning in October as well as Saturdays after games and Sundays with one common goal. That goal was to be the best. To know it, feel it, and show it every time the Doral Broncos 145’s hit the floor, has always been the goal.
Doral Broncos’ cheer commissioner and 145’s head coach Ody Penichet said, “I couldn’t be more prouder than I am now, the routine created by Doral assistant cheer coach, Coral Buxeda, was performed flawlessly by our girls, and they absolutely deserve to be champs!”
We would like to congratulate the Doral 145 Lady Broncos on aiming for the stars and reaching them. Girls, job well done, and you know you have been “Rated G!”