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Grove’s Marlie Sisk Cheer Spotlight presented by Mark Lee Shelter Grove

Marlie Sisk

Grove High School

For nearly 15 years Marlie Sisk of Grove High School has practiced, worked, and trained as a cheerleader. During that time, Sisk has spent much of it with coach Kelsey Rhine. 

“I have had the pleasure of cheering with coach Kelsey for nearly 15 years now. She’s been a great coach and I feel lucky to have had her by my side throughout my years at Grove Public Schools,” said Sisk. 

As a member of the varsity cheer team at GHS, Sisk said her teammates are more like family. 

“Throughout my life, I have had the privilege of witnessing the growth and development of a group of individuals whom I consider to be a part of my close family. It has been a truly remarkable experience to see these individuals evolve and mature into the people that they are today, and I feel honored to have been able to be a part of that journey. I am grateful for the special bond that we share,” said Sisk. 
 For Sisk, this season was one to remember. 

“This season has been absolutely incredible. I cannot express how proud I am of my talented and hardworking team who have put in countless hours of effort, dedication, and passion. I’m particularly thrilled about our new team members who have never cheered before but are already showing so much potential. With a bunch of talented athletes joining us next year, I simply can’t wait to see how our team will take the cheerleading world by storm,” said Sisk. 

Sisk is involved in Grove’s speech and drama department, which takes up a lot of her time. 

“I enjoy participating in the competitions and activities organized by my directors, as they provide me with a platform to showcase my talents and improve my communication skills,” said Sisk. After high school, Sisk said she plans to attend the University of Central Oklahoma where she will double major in Theatre Education and Design and Technology. 

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