The roar of the crowd, the sounds of the school fight song and fans will soon fill the air across the state as “Friday Night Lights” comes back for the fall.

For the Burton Panther cheerleaders, that fun started this week as they held a three day UCA Home Cheer Camp in the elementary school. There, under the direction of UCA Cheerleader Celeste Iglesias, the junior high and high school varsity squad learned new cheers, stunts, dances and pyramids to entertain the crowds at games.

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