Graves County High School senior Ryan Noffsinger will continue to be a part of a national champion co-ed cheerleading squad. He recently signed with Morehead State University, which recently won its 20th national championship. Noffsinger has been a member of the multi-state and national champion Graves County Co-Ed Competition Cheerleaders. “We are extremely proud that Ryan has made the Morehead State University co-ed cheerleading team,” said his Graves County coach, Jon Summerville. “All of Ryan's hard work has allowed him to continue his cheerleading career at a multiple-time UCA national champion cheer team. Ryan is an extremely talented young man who developed into an outstanding leader for this year’s team. We are going to miss him, but we know he will represent Graves County well.” Singing his letter of intent here, Noffsinger is flanked by his mother, Stacy Rich on his right, and his stepmother, Angela Noffsinger on his left. Behind them are his stepbrother, Joseph Fitzgerald, coach Summerville, and his father, Shannon Noffsinger.
Graves cheerleader signs with Morehead
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