The stands at Shotwell Stadium in Abilene will be packed with cheerleaders this Friday night.


All cheerleaders who are planning to be at the Iraan-Wellington Semi-Final Playoff Game at Shotwell Stadium will get in to the game for free.

All cheerleading squads who are supporting the Braves' cheerleaders need to wear their cheer uniforms or jackets for free admission. Sponsors accompanying the cheerleaders will get free admission, however parents will need to purchase tickets.

Starla Warren, Class of 2000, is now a cheer coach in Crane, Texas, about 50 miles north of her hometown.

Warren is asking cheerleaders who attend the game to wear red and black bows, Iraan’s colors, with their cheerleading uniform or uniform sweats.

Warren told KTXS,Abilene,that the group is working to get face tattoos and t-shirts that can be purchased and worn at the game. All proceeds will go to the families affected by the crash.

Warren started a Facebook page called ‘BRAVE Strong Cheerleaders.’ The purpose, to pack the stands with cheer squads to support the Iraan cheerleaders and football players.

The Iraan Braves will play the Wellington Skyrockets at 7 p.m. this Friday in the Class 2A Division II high school football state semifinal.
Story courtesy of KTXS-Abilene