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Southern Lehigh Cheerleaders on The All-American Team Perform in London

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Southern Lehigh Cheerleaders on The All-American Team Perform in London

Jordan Munoz, Kaitlyn Torcivia, and Felicity Levy were chosen from Southern Lehigh to cheer for the All-American team in London.

Jordan Munoz, Kaitlyn Torcivia, and Felicity Levy were chosen from Southern Lehigh to cheer for the All-American team in London.

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Jordan Munoz, Kaitlyn Torcivia, and Felicity Levy were chosen from Southern Lehigh to cheer for the All-American team in London.

Lewis Munoz

Lewis Munoz

Jordan Munoz, Kaitlyn Torcivia, and Felicity Levy were chosen from Southern Lehigh to cheer for the All-American team in London.

Danielle Alpert, Center Spread Editor

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While most Southern Lehigh students were enjoying winter break at home, three high school cheerleaders were in London cheering. On December 26, senior Jordan Munoz, and juniors Kaitlyn Torcivia and Felicity Levy flew to London to cheer on the All-American team.

“The All-American team is a group of cheerleaders and dancers who try out for the squad across the country,” Munoz said.

Out of the 650 cheerleaders and dancers chosen from across the country, three of them were from Southern Lehigh. This is the first year that SLHS cheerleaders got to be on the All-American team.

While they were in London, they were able to see the classics sights such as Big Ben, the London Eye, as well as Platform 9 ¾ and Abbey Road. The trio also had the opportunity to watch “Wicked” performed with English accents. Apart from sightseeing and eating English foods, they all enjoyed performing in the London parade.

“The overall experience of meeting new people was amazing,” Torcivia said.

“In London they don’t have cheerleaders,” Levy said, “so when we performed there they had so much joy and excitement in their faces.”

All three cheerleaders agreed that having this experience was more of an accomplishment than anything.  

“It was more of a pay off to see all of my hard work that I have done to have the opportunity to be able to perform in London,” Munoz said.

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Senior Danielle Alpert four-year staff reporter and former two-year center spread editor, now serving as news editor for the Spotlight. In addition to...

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