LUMBERTON, Miss. – Temperatures may have provided some relief, but the workload for the Brusly Panthers remained very much the same last week at the annual football boot camp.
Holy Family 7/8th & 5/6th grade cheerleaders attended the UCA Cheerleading Camp at St. George School July 24-25.
The squad received superior recognition for their extreme routine and sideline performances.
The 7/8th grade received a perseverance trophy, and 5/6th grade received a high spirit trophy for their efforts at camp and brought home two spirit sticks.
The 2014-2015 Brusly Middle School Cheerleaders won “Best-Overall Cheer Squad” during the National Cheerleading Association Summer Camp hosted by St Aloysius Catholic School.
Brusly High standout softball player Carli Jo LeBlanc was in a car accident Monday night, July 28.
As of Tuesday afternoon, the West Side Journal’s final deadline before print, LeBlanc was in the Intensive Care Unit at a Baton Rouge hospital following injuries suffered in the crash.
LeBlanc was named a first teamer for Division 3, after her stellar 2014 season as the Lady Panthers’ outstanding pitcher. As a junior in 2013, LeBlanc led the Lady Panthers pitching squad with a 26-1 record and was named a pre-season all state first-teamer.
Friends and family are soliciting prayers for Carli Jo’s full recovery.