They're a tight-knit team full of hard work and dedication.
That's why Pecos High School cheer captain, Brittney Alligood, says her squad was given the chance to compete in the 2013 national cheer competition.
"I'm hoping just to make history," said Alligood. "This has never been done for our school."
The national competition is set to take place in Orlando.
But before these girls can prove what they've got, they have to face the biggest challenge of all- raising $20,000 in one month to get to Florida.
"The school has denied them the right and the privilege to go under the school's sponsorship," said cheer mom Robin Hernandez. "So now at this point we've moved forward, and the parents and the squad are raising funds on their own."
Big2 spoke with the principle at Pecos high school, and although he did not want to go on camera, he explained that the district can't sponsor this event because UCA, the organization hosting the competition, is outside the Pecos High School athletic division.
Either way, they did issue us a statement wishing the cheerleaders well, and congratulating them on their success.
But despite their recent set-backs, the team tells us they're more determined than ever to raise the cash
"I don't want to let them down as a squad," said Alligood. "And we've already had so many people want to help us and jump in and get on board with us and I don't want to let them down."
With so little time to get the money, the squad says they're holding several fundraisers and asking the town for support, hoping that they'll be the one's getting cheered for, instead of simply cheering themselves.
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