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Sieara Taylor

Sieara Taylor, Reporter

Sieara Taylor is a reporter for The Meridian Daily. She goes to tech academy to study criminal justice and does photography on the side. Hopefully, by having three journalists this year they can keep up with the news and broadcasting. Taylor looks forward to learning more techniques on being a better photographer.

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Couple 2: Jackson (Matt Parker) and Carol (Lexi Jones).

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November 18, 2021
Couple 3: Merry (Ellie Fitzpatrick) and Blake (Connor Ryan).

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November 18, 2021
Couple 4: Paul (Link Honeysett) and Joy (Zoe Pramuk).

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November 18, 2021
Couple 5: Chris (Av Morrell) and Noel (Emery Johnson).

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November 18, 2021
Couple 6: Sven (Leilani Essien) and Rita (Lexy Oliver).

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November 18, 2021
The Meridian Girls Cheerleading squad performs the school song to pump up the football team before going to the Class 1A playoffs against Athens on Saturday Oct 30.  “The area where our cheer squad grew the most this year is in technique. Before our new coach came in, the girls and I had no idea the amount of stuff that went wrong because we didn’t know the basic technique that went into it. We had to start from the beginning again which was frustrating but in the long run, it has helped us tremendously,” Trinity Hott (junior) said.

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November 9, 2021
The Meridian Girls Cheerleading squad performs the school song to pump up the football team before going to the Class 1A playoffs against Athens on Saturday Oct 30.  “The area where our cheer squad grew the most this year is in technique. Before our new coach came in, the girls and I had no idea the amount of stuff that went wrong because we didn’t know the basic technique that went into it. We had to start from the beginning again which was frustrating but in the long run, it has helped us tremendously,” Trinity Hott (junior) said.

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November 9, 2021
The Meridian Girls Cheerleading squad does a jump kick during the school song to pump up the football team before going to the Class 1A playoffs against Athens on Saturday Oct 30.  “The area where our cheer squad grew the most this year was in technique. Before our new coach came in, the girls and I had no idea the amount of stuff that went wrong because we didn’t know the basic technique that went into it. We had to start from the beginning again which was frustrating but in the long run, it has helped us tremendously,” Trinity Hott (junior) said.

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November 9, 2021
 The Meridian Girls Cheerleading squad performs the school song to pump up the football team before going to the Class 1A playoffs against Athens on Saturday Oct 30.  “The area where our cheer squad grew the most this year is in technique. Before our new coach came in, the girls and I had no idea the amount of stuff that went wrong because we didn’t know the basic technique that went into it. We had to start from the beginning again which was frustrating but in the long run, it has helped us tremendously,” Trinity Hott (junior) said.

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November 9, 2021
The Meridian Girls Cheerleading squad performs the school song to pump up the football team before going to the Class 1A playoffs against Athens on Saturday Oct 30.  “The area where our cheer squad grew the most this year is in technique. Before our new coach came in, the girls and I had no idea the amount of stuff that went wrong because we didn’t know the basic technique that went into it. We had to start from the beginning again which was frustrating but in the long run, it has helped us tremendously,” Trinity Hott (junior) said.

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November 9, 2021
The Meridian Girls Cheerleading squad performs the school song to pump up the football team before going to the Class 1A playoffs against Athens on Saturday Oct 30.  “The area where our cheer squad grew the most this year is in technique. Before our new coach came in, the girls and I had no idea the amount of stuff that went wrong because we didn’t know the basic technique that went into it. We had to start from the beginning again which was frustrating but in the long run, it has helped us tremendously,” Trinity Hott (junior) said.

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November 9, 2021
The cheerleaders decorated pumpkins for the football team before going to the playoffs against Athens on Saturday Oct. 30.

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November 9, 2021
 Eric Hurelbrink gives a pep talk to the Meridian football team during a Friday pep assembly before going to the Class 1A playoffs against Athens on Saturday Oct 30.

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November 9, 2021
Lucas Clapp (#21, senior), Jacob Clapp (#13 sophomore), Dylan Daugherty (#50, junior), Robbie Sheumaker (#12, senior) get in huddle for the timeout that Eric Hurelbrink called at the Class 1A Playoffs on Saturday Oct. 30.  “I was glad to go to the playoffs because it gave me one last chance to play with my team,” Clapp said.

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November 9, 2021
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