People of Fenton: junior Alex Brelin

%E2%80%9CCheer+is+a+very+big+part+of+my+life.+I+was+a+bit+anxious+joining+the+team+at+first%2C+but+it+has+truly+been+one+of+the+best+decisions+I%E2%80%99ve+made.+My+teammates+encourage+and+push+me+to+be+the+best+version+of+myself+inside+and+out+of+cheer.+I+picked+up+stunting+and+tumbling+really+fast+when+I+joined+and+I+enjoy+doing+both+immensely.+Despite+being+nervous+at+first%2C+being+the+only+boy+is+actually+really+fun%2C+and+is+a+great+experience.+Everyone+on+the+team+is+very+accepting+and+sweet.+I+don%E2%80%99t+regret+joining+at+all+and+it+has+shifted+my+life+in+a+positive+way.%E2%80%9D+-junior+Alex+Brelin+%0A%0A

PHOTO April Carr

“Cheer is a very big part of my life. I was a bit anxious joining the team at first, but it has truly been one of the best decisions I’ve made. My teammates encourage and push me to be the best version of myself inside and out of cheer. I picked up stunting and tumbling really fast when I joined and I enjoy doing both immensely. Despite being nervous at first, being the only boy is actually really fun, and is a great experience. Everyone on the team is very accepting and sweet. I don’t regret joining at all and it has shifted my life in a positive way.” -junior Alex Brelin

April Carr, Writer