Snow In Georgia Sidelines Most Of Hull Middle School Cheerleaders A lone cheerleader made it to the basketball tournament and did her routine courtside, WSB-TV reports. Coleman Middle School was between games, so their squad joined in and kept her company.
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Snow In Georgia Sidelines Most Of Hull Middle School Cheerleaders

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Snow In Georgia Sidelines Most Of Hull Middle School Cheerleaders

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A lone cheerleader made it to the basketball tournament and did her routine courtside, WSB-TV reports. Coleman Middle School was between games, so their squad joined in and kept her company.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. Over the weekend, snow hit parts of Georgia, and this was a problem for the cheerleaders from Hull Middle School. WSB-TV reports just one of them made it to a basketball tournament, and she was doing her routine alone on the sideline, but not for long.

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UNIDENTIFIED CHEERLEADERS: (Chanting).

GREENE: Coleman Middle School was in between games, and so their squad joined in. One mom said she hopes this sort of kindness spreads. It's MORNING EDITION.

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