"The most embarrassing thing that's ever happened to me during a game is: Before a game, we were warming up on the grass and I did the splits right beside an ant hill. They climbed up my leg and as I freaked out and tried to get them off, they all started to bite me. I had red bumps all the way up the inside of my leg from ant bites. Needless to say, it wasn't an attractive look in my cheer skirt. I was embarrassed to do anything during the entire game."There is an extensive photo gallery people might find kind of appealing.
It's good publicity for Ms. Hilliard and probably a pretty proud moment for her family, friends and the Western cheerleading team, so please spare the jokes about how someone who is blond, from Toronto and likes The Hills must stick out like a sore thumb at Western. (Exposed underwear, though?)
Those cheerleaders are pretty hard workers, and pretty frickin' fearless to do some of those stunts. Let's focus there, notwithstanding what one might think about a respected sports publication posting photo galleries for office workers to salivate over in lieu of good writing and reporting.
Cheerleader of the Week: University of Western Ontario's Danielle (Sports Illustrated)