Seven questions with freshman cheerleader Sara Hempleman

Kat Anglemyer, contributing reporter

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What was wrong with your foot that prevented you from cheering?

The doctors weren’t sure.  They thought it might have been a stress fracture or muscles and joints.

How have you been able to cheer with your injury?

I was only able to stand and do the motions.

How long did it take you to recover?

It took me about two and a half to three weeks.

What other injuries have you had that have affected how you have cheered?

In April 2012, I had lateral release surgery, basically knee surgery.

How could you participate in practices and games while you were out?

I could say the words with my team for extra loudness and I would go to practices.

What spot are you in for stunts?

I front spot, base mostly, and I fly too but not much.

How often do you practice for your cheer competition?

Our first competition is November 10.  We practice about two to three times a week for an hour to an hour and a half.

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