The dogs saw the older model blueish van pulling up the driveway and immediately went nuts. I saw a young man jump out of the passenger door and come jogging up to the front door of our house. I opened the door cautiously, stepped halfway out onto the porch, and tried to hear what he was saying.
“You must be the man of the house,” were the first words out of his mouth.
A sea of red in the stands at Lake Fenton High School helped cheer on the Perry Ramblers varsity cheerleading team to a history-making Districts performance on Saturday. Landing safely inside the top 4 in Blue Devil country, the Ramblers secured their entry into the Regionals competition with a 3rd place ranking.
For the first time in Perry Ramblers cheerleading history, the team will compete for a spot at State. The team will need to land inside the top 4 at the regional contest to advance. Regionals will take place Saturday February 25th at 6pm at Kersley High School.