Fort Gay, W.Va. — Recent Tolsia High School graduate Camree Meddings will join her sister and cheer for Alderson Broaddus University after signing on the dotted line recently.
Meddings’ sister Raygan is already a Battler cheerleader so joining her was an easy choice for Camree.
Alderson Broaddus is a Division 2 University in Philippi which is about 3 hours from Fort Gay and is known for putting together good squads each year.
L to R Raygan Meddings, Journee Meddings , Chad Haller, Camree Meddings, Kristi Meddings , Randall Meddings
Camree was also crowned Miss South Football Queen this past Saturday at South Charleston High school during the Annual North/South Football game.
She is going to pursue her bachelors degree in nursing.
AB Signee Camree Meddings
“… Cheer has always been a part of my life and it was something that I knew I wasn’t ready to give up yet and when i was offered an opportunity to continue I knew I wanted it. I wanted to go to AB because of the great environment they have. They are all like one big family and i wanted something like I had at Tolsia.”
“… I cheered two years with my sister at Tolsia and it was hard not having her there after she graduated, so given this opportunity to cheer again with her is something I will forever be grateful for, she’s my best friend.”
“ Being a student at Tolsia was the best four years of my life, at Tolsia you’re a part of one big family. I made friends for a lifetime. Being a cheerleader at Tolsia came with pressure. Tolsia has always been known for its great cheerleading program. So when it was my turn to step in, I knew I wanted to give it my all and leave everything on the floor each time we competed.”
“ I want to thank my family, my coaches and anyone who helped get me where I am today.”