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CCYBA Tournament, Cheer Competition Yield Big Results for Pleasant View Teams

The sixth-grade Panthers and the fourth-grade Panther cheer team celebrate and perform (Photo: Submitted/The Post)

On Saturday, February 26, and Sunday, February 27, the Cheatham County Youth Basketball Association hosted its annual tournament and cheer competition respectively.

This year, both the games and competition took place at Sycamore High School in Pleasant View.


The fourth-grade Panther teams each took first place with the girls beating out West Cheatham 12-11 in a real nail-biter, and the boys' team beating the Ashland City Wildcats, 31-16.

The fifth-grade games yielded similar results with the girls' team beating Ashland City 14-13 with a successful three-pointer (Hulsey) during the last .4 seconds of overtime, and the boys also taking the trophy with a 25-18 win over Kingston Springs.

The fifth-grade Panther boys' team celebrate their win over Kingston Springs (Photo: Facebook)

For sixth grade, the Panther girls took down East Cheatham, 35-10, while the boys suffered an overtime loss to Pegram, 27-33.


In Sunday's cheer competition, the fourth-grade girls from Pleasant View took home first place in Dance, and second place in Cheer. For dance, West Cheatham took second place, and Kingston Springs trailed in third; in Cheer, East Cheatham took home the gold, and and Kingston Springs came in third.

Fifth-grade cheerleaders await the judges' decision with one of their coaches, Emma Shearon (Photo: The Post)

In fifth-grade Dance, Pleasant View pulled out another first-place win with Kingston Springs following them in second place, and East Cheatham trailing them in third. The ladies of Pleasant View also reeled in the gold for the Cheer portion of the competition, with the East Cheatham Dragons holding second place, and Kingston Springs holding third.

West Cheatham cheerleaders join in on the day's festivities (Photo: The Post)

In the final tally of the day, the sixth-grade Panthers took home first in Dance as well as Cheer; Kingston Springs came in second for both dance and cheer.

Sycamore Middle and High cheerleaders performed at the event and had fun during the event (Photos: The Post)

While the young cheerleaders anxiously awaited the results from the judges, the Sycamore Middle and Sycamore High cheer and dance teams performed and danced with their younger counterparts.


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