HEBRON HIGH SCHOOL
VARSITY CHEERLEADERS AND DANCE TEAMS
The first known cheerleaders at Hebron high school were elected for the 1937-38 school year. Senior Pearl Kaldahl and sophomores Betty Scott and Adah Hiatt made up the squad. Starting in 1941-42, one cheerleader from each class was chosen to be on the team. This rule changed in 1954-55 when the team could be made up of girls from any class. For nearly 30 years the team was made up of four girls. Through the 1970's and early 80's, five girls were on the team. From the mid 80's until 2002 the team usually consisted of 6 girls. Starting in 2002-03, male lifters were added to the squads and the squads were larger. During the Porter County basketball tourney, a cheering award is presented to the cheerleaders and student section that is judged to be the best at the tourney. Starting in 2014-15, the PCC started giving awards in the spirit competition to the best dance routine, cheerblock and cheerleading performance. The school with the best score in each category receives an award. The school that scores the highest in all of the categories combined receives the overall spirit award. Hebron has won the spirit award 21 times and is tied with Morgan twp. for the most all-time. Hebron also is one of only two schools to have won the award five consecutive seasons (1958-1962).
The first Hebron Pom Pon team was during the 1985-86 school year. At an unknown year the team became known as a Dance team.
Starting in 2014-15, during The PCC basketball tournament, the PCC began choosing 2 cheerleaders and 2 dancers from each school to perform as an All-Star squad. The members of the PCC squads are highlighted in red.
HEBRON CHEERLEADERS HEBRON DANCE TEAMS PORTER COUNTY TOURNEY CHEERING AWARD
CHEERING AWARD CHAMPIONSHIPS ALL-PCC CHEERLEADERS AND DANCERS