Baldwin A high-caliber cheerleading squad performed here Friday as a tuneup for two upcoming national competitions.
The Pro Cheer All-Stars, made up of students from 10 Midwestern high schools, put on a show during the Baldwin-Osawatomie basketball game.
Made up of 10 boys and 10 girls, including three Baldwin High School students, the squad has performed at Kansas University, Kansas State University and several Kansas high schools.
Baldwin students on the squad, which has won five straight national cheerleading championships, are Tiffany Madl, Amber Rhea and Coy Wegge.
Pro Cheer is a Lenexa cheerleading training center operated by Jeff Davis, a former KU and Kansas City Chiefs cheerleader.
Sheri Caldwell, Rhea's mother, said Friday's performance was arranged to help prepare the squad for the National Cheerleaders Assn. championships beginning Thursday in Dallas. In March, she said, the squad would compete in the University Cheerleading Assn. finals in Orlando, Fla.