Meet the Player: Brooklyn Trout

Varsity Competitive Cheer and Spirit Cheer


What age were you when you started this sport?
I was 12 years old when I started competitive cheer.
How many hours a week do you practice?
I practice 10-12 hours a week.
Name one thing you are working to improve on right now.
I am working on perfecting the stunt that we do in our routine.
Tell us something that you need to do before a competition.
Before a competition, we do our secret handshakes.
How would your teammates describe you?
My teammates would describe me as always having a good attitude.
Who is your role model, and why?
My role model is our coach, Krista Godbee. She is the best person I know.
What is the hardest thing about cheer?
The hardest thing about cheer is to always keep the mindset that it is all about mind over matter.
Name something that stresses you out about cheer, and why?
I get stressed out when we have big performances in front of the school.
Name a recent accomplishment you are proud of, and why?
A recent accomplishment that I am proud of is that we hit our stunt today at the pep rally.
Before I graduate, I want to ________, and why?
I would like to win another NCA championship before I graduate.
Name one thing about yourself that most people don’t know.
Most people don’t know that I love skiing.