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Ansley Humphreys will be continuing her sideline cheer career at Piedmont University
Ansley Humphreys signs her letter of intent to join the sideline cheer squad at Piedmont University. - photo by Rio White

Dawson County High School held a signing day on Wednesday, May 17, for recent graduate and sideline cheerleader Ansley Humphreys, who inked her letter of intent to continue her cheer career at Piedmont University.

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“I’m just really excited to go to college and have a whole new team after being on so many,” Humphreys said.

Humphreys was a leader on both the football and basketball cheer squads, organizing two groups that displayed intensity all season long.

The DCHS sideline cheer team had many memorable moments over the past year, pumping up the Tiger Stadium crowd during the football team’s successful season and bringing plenty of energy to the Ford Phillips Center during the Lady Tiger basketball team’s Sweet 16 game. 

For head coach Brooke Walker, Humphreys is the first cheerleader she has coached to move on to cheer at the college level. 

“This is an awesome moment for Dawson County sideline cheer,” Walker said. “I’ve watched [Ansley] grow up in this sport. This is my first sideline cheerleader to go collegiate — I’m very proud of you.”