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By Derrick Smith

Justice Sharrow began cheering about fourteen years ago. During her time as a cheerleader she has grown as an athlete and as a person. She says that being successful is not just something that happens, but you have to be willing to do what is required.

“For me to be successful as a cheerleader, I have had to be dedicated and to work hard,” she said. “You have to be able to take criticism no matter where you are or what you are doing. I also have a big support system from my parents to all my coaches, and my teammates from both school and competitive cheer that have become like sisters to me.”

Sharrow is a senior at Will Rogers High School and is a backspot for the Lady Ropers cheer team. She says that joining cheer was one of the best decisions she has made. “I am thankful to everyone in my life that supports me and helps me, even through the tough times.”

Roy and Melissa Sharrow are Justice’s parents and she says that they are the reason that she is who she is today. “My dad works many hours so my mom can travel with me,” Justice said. “He may not be able to travel but I know he’s at home always waiting to see how our team did. My mom has always been my biggest fan. She supports me in all my decisions.”

Another person that has made a big impact on Sharrow’s life is her competitive cheer coach, Cat Weeden. “She has taught me to believe in myself and that anything worth having needs to be worked for. She helps me strive to be a better person and cheerleader. She never lets me give up.”

Throughout her career, Sharrow has made many memories while cheering. But she says that her fondest memory was when she reached a milestone with her competitive cheer team. “When I finally made the world’s team Lady Legends at my competitive cheer gym, that was something I worked hard for.”

Along with cheer, Justice is also a member of the ROTC, Rifle Team, and Color Guard at Will Rogers.

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