Coach Emily Orr and the Ardmore Pom squad is looking forward to another year of competing and bringing the fans to their feet.
“The Ardmore High Pom team is one of a kind. This team was awarded the Leadership Award at OU spirit Camp. Which means these girls demonstrated great work ethic, inclusiveness to all other schools, and had an energy about them throughout camp that was just contagious,” said coach Orr. “We have 25 girls this 2022-2023 school year that are a mixture of girls that have never taken a dance class to girls that have been taking for many years. Everyone supports each other and helps one another achieve goals. I have never seen so many girls willing to help each other than I have with this squad. They are motivated and excited to work hard to cheer on their school.”
Coach Orr continues to raise the bar at Ardmore High School as the pom team sets an example for all Tiger Athletics teams to follow.
Ashriel Charles, Summer Wisner, Takiyah Jackson, CyNia McGee, Kylie McClendon, Trinicia Willis, Kamyrn Tow, Reese Peters, Jaylynn Williams, Riley Noble, Giana Summers, Meika Spears, Hannah Dawson, Jessica Huynh, Annelise Thompson, Alicyn Bell, Avah Ortiz-Harrillb, Audrey Teel, Emily Presley, Lola Caldwell, Aaliyah Roberson, Cloe Muniz, Taylor McKenzie, Jacey Gaddy, and Autumn Moody.
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