McKeil Patterson cheers along with the cheerleaders on the Beaufort High School junior varsity cheerleading squad on Sept. 19 at Beaufort High. Patterson has cerebral palsy and is a member of the varsity cheerleading squad at Beaufort High. On weeks when the varsity football team plays an away game, she cheers with the junior varsity squad.
McKeil Patterson cheers along with the cheerleaders on the Beaufort High School junior varsity cheerleading squad on Sept. 19 at Beaufort High. Patterson has cerebral palsy and is a member of the varsity cheerleading squad at Beaufort High. On weeks when the varsity football team plays an away game, she cheers with the junior varsity squad. Staff photo
McKeil Patterson cheers along with the cheerleaders on the Beaufort High School junior varsity cheerleading squad on Sept. 19 at Beaufort High. Patterson has cerebral palsy and is a member of the varsity cheerleading squad at Beaufort High. On weeks when the varsity football team plays an away game, she cheers with the junior varsity squad. Staff photo

Beaufort High student overcomes cerebral palsy to become cheerleader + video

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