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Saucon Valley Senior Cheerleader Spotlight: Kylie Beller

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If you have ever attended a Saucon Valley football game, you know that the cheerleaders who support the team work very hard to keep school and community spirit high. That’s why we are shining a spotlight on this year’s 11 senior cheerleaders, one of whom is Kylie Beller.

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If you have ever attended a Saucon Valley football game, you know that the cheerleaders who support the team work very hard to keep school and community spirit high. In addition to their feats of athleticism, the cheerleaders engage with fans and promote the school in a positive light at events outside of games. That’s why we are shining a spotlight on this year’s 11 senior cheerleaders, who you’ll learn more about in the coming weeks.

Cheerleader

Senior cheerleader Kylie Beller has been part of the team for two years. She says their energy is contagious.

KYLIE BELLER

Q: How long have you been cheerleading? Who have you cheered for (if anyone) besides Saucon Valley High School?

I’ve been cheerleading for two years.

Q: How did you become interested in cheerleading?

My friends all told me about how much fun it is and told me to join the team!

Q: What’s your favorite thing about being a member of the Saucon Valley cheerleading team?

The energy and mentality of the team is contagious.

Q: What is the best cheer to get the crowd going at a Saucon Valley football game?

Sweet Caroline.

Q: Who has helped you or inspired you as a cheerleader?

My friends and my mom.

Q: What are your future plans and do they involve cheering?

To go to college, and yes!

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Josh Popichak

Josh Popichak is the owner, publisher and editor of Saucon Source. A Lehigh Valley native, he's covered local news since 2005 and previously worked for Berks-Mont News and AOL/Patch. Contact him at josh@sauconsource.com.

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