Senior Night At Queen’s Grant High School

Senior Cheerleaders Natalie Bell, Reagan Hamorsky, Andrea Walker, Emma Houser, and Trinity Lewis. (Photo by Sharlyne Perkins)
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MINT HILL, NC – Senior Night around area high schools is rapidly approaching. With pom-poms in their hands and blue and white bows with just a little sparkle in their hair, the Queen’s Grant Stallion 2023 Senior Cheerleaders prepare for Senior night, a tradition that honors all student athletes who will be graduating and moving forward entering the next step in their maturity to becoming responsible young adults.

Four seniors together.

For six senior girl cheerleaders, this is a big night they have been waiting for during their four years of high school. Now it’s time for them to sparkle and shine as the 2023 senior Stallion Cheerleaders. There are six senior cheerleaders that will be highlighted on Friday night at Carolina Courts located in Indian Trail while cheering at a home basketball game: Natalie Bell, Trinity Lewis, Reagan Hamorsky, Andrea Walker, Emma Houser, and Peyton Hamorsky.

These ladies have shown teamwork, a great attitude, and dedication to the cheerleading program. They have served as Stallion cheerleaders for all four years. Emma Houser proved that she belonged by taking a huge step by cheering for the first time this year. Peyton has been the manager for the team during her four years and has worked extremely hard to earn this respected title. These young ladies have made their mark and stand out with positive can do attitudes along with plenty of school spirit.

Twin Cheerleaders Reagan and Peyton Hamorsky.

“As they take the leap toward adulthood preparing themselves for college and other life endeavors, we hope they take with them all the lessons learned and the long lasting friendships that they have made during the time they have spent at Queen’s Grant High School,” said Sharlyne Perkins, Cheer Coach.

The cheer team captains are Andrea Walker, Trinity Lewis, Natalie Bell, and Reagan Hamorsky. Congratulations to the 2023 Senior Stallion Cheerleaders!

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