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Written By StaceyPageOnline / Sports on Tuesday, May 14, 2019

WCHS senior Brooklyn Potts has chosen Indiana Wesleyan University to continue her academic and cheerleading careers. Seated with Brooklyn are David Potts, Paula Collier and Chad Collier. In the back row are WCHS cheerleading coach Kari Doty, WCHS cheerleading coach Ashley Nordmann and WCHS athletic director Dave Anson. (Photo provided)

WARSAW – Tiger senior cheerleader Brooklyn Potts has selected to attend Indiana Wesleyan next school year and join the Wildcats’ cheerleading program.

Potts, who earned the Overall Tiger Award in competition cheer, participated in Tiger Cheer all four years for Warsaw coach Kari Doty, and she was honored with National Cheerleading Association All-American award status this year.

A Tiger Athletics Scholar Athlete, Potts has not only done her part to inspire others on the Warsaw baselines, sidelines, and in competition, she has had a tremendous impact in the school and community. Potts has volunteered with Baker Youth Club, Feed My Starving Children, CCAC Tumbling, and has volunteered with the Salvation Army.

Potts plans to study Nursing at Indiana Wesleyan, and looks forward to working with IWU cheerleading coaches Lindsay Reep and Sean Chamberlain.

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