Smith-Cotton High School senior Karmen Butler Smith-Cotton High School has accepted a full-ride scholarship for co-ed cheerleading at Independence Community College in Independence, Kansas.

Ferolito performed four years with Smith-Cotton’s varsity cheerleading squad, earning letters the past three years. She was the football cheer captain her senior year. She also was active in S-C’s Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) program.

S-C Football Cheerleading Coach Karmen Butler said, “Heaven is a hard worker. She was always committed to the team, no matter what else was going on in her life or how much pain she was in.”

 

In the photo: Smith-Cotton High School senior Heaven Ferolito, right, has accepted a full-ride scholarship for co-ed cheerleading at Independence Community College in Independence, Kansas. She is joined by Smith-Cotton Football Cheer Coach Karmen Butler, left, and S-C Principal Wade Norton.

Senior captain Heaven Ferolito leads the Smith-Cotton High cheerleading squad during the Tigers football game against Rock Bridge on Sept. 4 at Tiger Stadium. Ferolito has accepted a scholarship to cheer at Independence Community College in Kansas.

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