While the Dallas Cowboys are known for one of the most famous cheerleading squads in the country, they were joined by another well known cheer squad during the preseason in August.

While the Dallas Cowboys are known for one of the most famous cheerleading squads in the country, they were joined by another well known cheer squad during the preseason in August.

The Ardmore based Oklahoma Outlaws Cheer and Tumble Gymnasium was given the chance to perform at halftime of the Dallas/Houston preseason game at AT&T Stadium.

The team earned the right to perform at the stadium after having the highest competition scores at the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders National Championship on February 2 and were invited by Spirit Celebration.

The cheerleaders performed with 5 other large Texas gyms, while the Outlaws performance team brought 25 athletes. The girls and boys were selected from 4 different teams within the OOC program. 

In total Outlaw team had cheerleaders from 13 different towns and schools.

“We had an awesome performance,” coach Ashton Adams said. “The Dallas Cowboys cheer coaches said the group did an outstanding job and  were very entertaining in their performance.”

“This group really represented the state of Oklahoma with their performance,” Adams added.

“They are an amazing group of kids that work really hard and well together. These athletes were able to form friendships and were able to accomplish the challenging choreography within 3 practices.  This group of cheerleaders are full of passion for this sport and it showed on the big Dallas Cowboys field and we are beyond proud of them.”