HOLY CROSS CHEERLEADERS WIN 12th NCA CHAMPIONSHIP
(San Antonio, TX) – Holy Cross of San Antonio’s cheerleaders won their 12th national title at the National Cheerleaders Association (NCA) High School Nationals in Dallas, Texas, Jan. 22-24. The Knights competed in the open intermediate division.
The Holy Cross Knight Cheerleaders have the distinguished honor of being in the NCA’s hall of fame for the twelfth time.
“Holy Cross is proud of our national champion cheerleaders,” said Mr. Henry Galindo, Principal. “They are dedicated students who understand that hard work leads to success.”
This win was led by Jose De La Garza, choreographer, and coaches Giselle Rodriguez, Stephanie Gaona, and Amanda Robles.
Cheerleader Squad Includes: Lauren Aguayo, Alyssa Castellanos, Juliana Guerrero, Catherine Ramos, Alexia Chapa, Jasmine Plascencia, Alyssa Barcena, Erica DeLuna, Deja Gonzalez, Autumn Silva, Ryan Robles, Caitlyn Rodriguez, Rebecca Perez, Daja Asberry, Sarah Asberry, Bella Filoteo, Stormee Perez, Bryanna Mendiola, Juliet Padilla, Gabriella Quintanilla, and Marissa Rodriguez.
Holy Cross of San Antonio is an independent Catholic co-educational college preparatory middle and high school. The Brothers of Holy Cross founded the school in 1957 steeped in tradition and education. Holy Cross serves as the only co-educational college preparatory school centrally located in San Antonio’s Westside. Based on the principles of the Brothers of Holy Cross, the school’s educational mission helps break the cycle of poverty and opens doors to higher education. For more information, visit www.HolyCross-SA.org or call 210.433.9395.