Before they could turn their attention to a successful 2019 season, the Oklahoma Outlaws Cheer and Tumble Gymnasium teams made sure to finish off 2018 with a bang during the month of December.

Before they could turn their attention to a successful 2019 season, the Oklahoma Outlaws Cheer and Tumble Gymnasium teams made sure to finish off 2018 with a bang during the month of December.

Multiple teams from the Ardmore-based gymnasium competed at ASC Nationals in Oklahoma City as well as at the Ford Center in Frisco, Texas.

On December 8-9, a total of five teams won their respective divisions in Oklahoma City.

Youth Inspire, Junior Strength, Senior Legacy, and Senior Loyalty all won first place, while the OOC junior 3.2 and senior 3.2 teams tied for overall high point.

The OOC cheerleading teams are made up of boys and girls from around southern Oklahoma. There are athletes from 20 different schools and towns on the squads.

All the winning teams won fleece jackets along with a team banner. The high point winners were awarded medals.

“This was a great start to the season for us,” coach Ashton Adams said.
“All of our teams had solid routines and our gym took home a clean sweep. We’re so proud of all of these kids for the hard work and dedication they put into this program.”

On December 16, a total of six teams from the Oklahoma Outlaws competed at the Ford Center in Frisco for the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader competition. 

The Oklahoma Outlaws were one of two gyms representing the state of Oklahoma at the competition as Mighty Minis, Junior Strength, Senior Legacy, & Senior Loyalty all took home first place and had zero deductions in their routines. 

Meanwhile, the Junior Strength team won high point and Senior Loyalty won best jumps. 

Junior Strength won second place and Youth Inspire won third place in a tough division filled with nine teams.

The Oklahoma Outlaws fans were also awarded with the “Best Fans in the Stands” award, while Outlaws member Skylin Gray was given the WOW award at the competition.