Cheerleaders flying high in Dixon
Group doesn’t compete, but still takes home prize at stunt camp
DIXON – Balancing on a pyramid of hands, two girls grasped MacKenzie Wolfley’s arms and pulled her up and over through a mid-air flip.
The complicated stunt, called a forward suspended roll pyramid, is one of the new moves the Dixon High School cheerleading squads learned at an elite stunt camp over the summer.
Varsity member Abbie Simmons, a junior, spends plenty of her time flying through the air – enough that she’s had a couple of concussions and broken bones over the 7 years she’s been cheering.
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