Cheerleading State Champions
AHS Indians win Class AA cheerleading state championship
Posted on 11/17/2014
Armuchee High School won the school's first state title in competition cheerleading this past weekend by edging system rival Coosa at the Class AA State Championship held at the Columbus Civic Center.  The Coosa Eagle team came in second at the championships.

Coosa won the region title a week earlier in Carrollton by one point.  The Lady Indians picked up confidence by taking first in the Class AA Sectional Finals held on Friday.  The championship point totals were also close with Armuchee taking first with 249 points and Coosa finishing second with 246.  This was the 10th time in the last 11 years that a cheerleading squad from Region 7-AA has won the Class AA title.  Armuchee, Coosa and Pepperell have now won titles during that time period. 

Model's cheerleading squad finished fourth in the the co-ed division.  Co-ed is not split between classifications so the Blue Devils were competing against much larger schools.  The Model co-ed team was the only school that did not compete in Class AAAAA or AAAAAA divisions in other sports. Model finished with 283 points, just three points out of third-place.

Pepperell High's competition cheerleaders competed in Class AAA this year and finished in fifth place. 

The Armuchee Class AA state champions team included: Seniors; Macie Smith, Kristin Tucker, Alexis Hale, and Taylor Slade, Juniors; Raven Burdick, Kyla Ward, and Morgan Andrews, Sophomores; Farrin Mumpower and Makayla Little and Freshman; Kelsey Tucker, Kallie Hester, Ali Miller, Ashlynn Sutton, Kenzley Leming, Kenzie Fisher, Bailey Williams, Laken Burdick, and Lucy Harris.   Armuchee was coached by Kelli Stamey and Ahley Flagello.