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Shiloh Christian School Holds Mini Cheer Camp

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You can hear a lot of shouting coming from the Shiloh Christian School gym.

The source? - - More than 30 young cheerleaders.

Students from Kindergarten through 6th grade take part in the Mini Skyhawk Cheer Camp.

Shiloh Christian cheer squads teach these up-and-coming cheerleaders chants, plus basic motion, jump, and kick techniques.

The students may have to wait until 7th grade to be a part of the team but are already looking forward to being future cheerleaders.

"The jumps."

"Yeah I like all of the jumps and cheers."

"I enjoy watching the students come in and just learn and learn the things that the big cheerleaders do. They come in their eyes are just big and they don't want to let go of their moms. Then they get in here and they're like oh this is so much fun and they really really enjoy it," says Chelsey Hatzenbuhler, Shiloh Christian Cheer Coach.

You can see these little cheerleaders in action tonight at 7:30 during halftime of the Shiloh varsity boys' basketball game.

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