Ramos selected as Angelo State Cheerleader

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OHS Senior Carlie Ramos has been selected as an Angelo State University Cheerleader for the 2020-2021 Academic Year.
Ramos participated in the university’s virtual tryout, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, by submitting a video and completing an online interview.
“I wanted to be an ASU cheerleader because I want to be part of an amazing team, grow lifelong friendships, and as I mature in life, I want to continue to be a role model for others,” Ramos said in a Facebook post. “I chose ASU because it’s family oriented and it was the perfect fit for my major. The world is a big place, and I feel like attending ASU will better prepare me for life in the real world.”
Ramos plans on majoring in business at ASU.
As a student at OHS, Ramos was a JV cheerleader for two years and Varsity cheerleader for two years. She was also head cheerleader, and was twice selected as All-American Cheerleader, where she cheered in London, England during their New Year’s Day parade in January.
She was also Class President, National Honor Society member, manager for the basketball and baseball teams, competed in powerlifting, Homecoming queen nominee, Miss OHS nominee, member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church Youth Group and member of the Crockett County Civic and Youth Center Board.
She is the daughter of Ashlee Ramos, and granddaughter of Carmen and Charlie Ramos, all of Ozona.
An official signing will be held at a later date.
The Angelo State University Cheerleading Squad is comprised of 30-35 members.
The squad has won the 2018, 2019 and 2020 United Spirit Association Collegiate Championship National Title.
The squad also cheers at all ASU home football games, volleyball and basketball games.