CENTER ISD: Introducing the 2020-2021 CHS Chaparrals
Tue, 08/04/2020 - 10:06am Ourtown1
Due to the unusual circumstances of our world at this time, tryouts were also unusual this year. Tryouts were held during quarantine, and the girls had to take initiative by coming to the school, picking up the application and returning the application to the school. They then had to learn two tryout routines on their own from a video.
Tryouts were conducted virtually, and the girls came to the school at their scheduled time to adhere to social distancing practices. Their tryout routine was videoed and then uploaded to a website to be viewed and scored by the judges. This was not a quick turnaround, and they waited a week for their results.
We are so proud of this team that has already shown they are willing to adapt and overcome any challenges they may face this year. They were able to start their year last week with a home camp to learn routines for the upcoming football season.
ADTS conducted our camp; instructor Haley Hockenberry, (former CHS Chaparral) taught the girls several routines that will be performed throughout the school year. They also were given the opportunity to try out for All-American, which if chosen gives them the option to participate in various events such as the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Besides All-American, other awards were presented on the last day of camp. We are excited about the upcoming year and look forward to supporting the football team under the Friday Night Lights and our basketball team on the court in 2021.
2020-2021 CHS Chaparrals
Madelyn Norvell, Captain
Emilee Elliott, 1st Lieutenant
Kristen Orsak, 2nd Lieutenant
Malaney Cooper, Social Officer
Alexandria Patton, Social Officer
Monica Sandiego, Social Officer
Amiyah Williams, Social Officer
All American Dance Company
All American Honorable Mention
Gussie Nell Davis Dancers of the Week
Spirit of ADTS