Growing up, Aliviah Fulcher played almost every sport she could try. She was always the one on the court or field, never the one on the sideline with pompoms.
“I played basically every sport except softball and volleyball,” Fulcher said. “I came to the Bassett (High School) cheer camps when I was little. I always said I would never be a cheerleader. I was very strong about it.”
Fulcher continues to play basketball — she’s a junior on the BHS varsity team this winter — and does competitive dance. Her love, however, is competitive cheerleading. That season, she helped the Bengals to a Piedmont District competitive cheer championship, and fifth place at the Region 3D championship. As the Bengals flyer, she was named First Team All-Region 3D and Second Team All-State for VHSL Class 3.
And no one is more surprised by all of this than she is.
“I used to think I was going to be in the WNBA or a professional dancer. Cheer was never on my list,” she said.
“I heard about competitive cheer and got introduced to it. That’s when my love for the sport grew…I said I’d never be a cheerleader and here I am.”
“You’re fired up,” added BHS competitive cheer coach Angela Lackey.
“Very much,” Fulcher said with a smile.
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