That’s a Wrap for B-CC Poms


Jennifer Fogel

Ali Hellerman

B-CC Poms ended their season with a performance at Richard Montgomery High School on February 10. The team has cheered at various sporting events, such as an NBA basketball game at the Capitol One Arena, and is considered a Montgomery County Division II Poms Team.

Ava Grace, a B-CC senior and the team’s captain, attributes their success to teamwork. She also commented, “A highlight from this past season would have to be at our first invitational. There was a music issue, so we had to wait on deck for longer than expected. Everyone was so nervous, so we all sang the entire music track as we marked through the routine. It was so funny and made us all more excited than nervous.”

With two-hour practices six days a week, the team experienced many of those bonding moments.

“We are all so close after spending so much time together, and when you get to show that off in your routine, it’s really special,” Grace expressed.

Although the season is over, they look forward to moving up a division next year and entering a new level of competitive dance.


Bethesda-Chevy Chase’s Poms ended its season on February 10 with a performance at Basketball’s senior night against Wheaton high school. The end of their competition season was counties on February 4th at Blair high school. 

Ava Grace is called Ava Stevenson and is a Junior at B-CC and is one of the assistant captains on the Poms team. Senior Jillian Leahy is the other assistant captain and Senior Ailey Fogel-Bublick was the head captain this Poms season. 

The team went undefeated winning all three invitationals and counties. The Poms team at B-CC works incredibly hard and their hard work definitely paid off this season.