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Spoofhounds sign to cheer as Bearcats

Posted May 4, 2016 at 1:00 pm

Maryville High School seniors Debrielle Patee-Merrill and Jonathan Snook both signed to continue their cheer career as Bearcats beginning in the fall. With them at the signing were Snook’s parents, Mike and Lori Snook, Patee-Merrill’s parents, David and Jean Patee-Merrill, MHS cheer coaches Martrez Taylor and Jessica Piper and Northwest cheer coach Jason Sack.

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