VYPE: When and how did you first get into playing your sport?
Reagan: I first got into playing my sport in first grade. I’ve been cheering for almost ten years.
VYPE: What is your favorite part about representing your high school as an athlete?
Reagan: My favorite part about representing Catoosa High School as a varsity cheerleader is how we change the attitude and feelings about school and sports.
VYPE: What teammate has left the biggest impression on you and why?
Reagan: All of my teammates have inspired me in different ways, but one who has inspired me most would be Mia Tucker. We’ve been teammates since I was in sixth grade. She’s a year older than me, but she treats us all with respect and kindness. She leads our team with 100%. She’s definitely made me the cheerleader I am.
VYPE: Are you involved in any other activities?
Reagan: I am also in the National Honor Society, Student Council, and Catoosa powerlifting.
VYPE: Who inspires you and why?
Reagan: My dad inspires me every day. He’s the most hardworking person I know.
VYPE: Who is your favorite teacher from any grade and why?
Reagan: My favorite teacher I’ve ever had wasn’t actually a teacher of mine, but a coach. Erin Davis, my current cheer coach, is my favorite teacher. She’s been there for me since sixth grade and she’s helped me through the hardest times of my life. My powerlifting coach, Grant Cheves, is also someone who I will forever look up to as a role model and athlete.
VYPE: What is your all-time favorite meal?
Reagan: My all time favorite meal would probably be steak and salad.
VYPE: You can pick any place for a summer vacation, where do you go and who do you take with you?
Reagan: If I could go on any summer vacation, I would definitely go to Egypt. I’d take my family obviously and I’d take my dogs too.
VYPE: Here is your chance to give a shoutout or say thank you to anyone you wish.
Reagan: Thank you to my entire family for making me the person I am today. Thank you to my dad for always being my biggest fan. And thank you to my coaches throughout the years for making me the athlete I am.