DONALDSON, IN – Argos High School Graduate Natalie Pask has signed on to compete for the Charger Cheer Team.
The former Dragon comes to Ancilla as a base. Pask was a multi-sport athlete, earning three Varsity Letters in Cheer, and two in Softball. She was named Most Improved for both teams. Pask was active in 4-H, as she was a ten-year member and a State-Select four times. She participated in FFA, FEA, and Leo’s Club, and was awarded several scholarships including the Phoebe Hershman-Lykowski Scholarship, Dollars for Scholars, and the Jan and Ted Chittum Scholarship.
“Natalie is strong, and shows so much potential in her basing abilities,” says Ancilla Head Coach Delia Nicholls. “I think she has what it takes to become a powerhouse base, and I’m really looking forward to teaching her new skills.”
Pask believes that attitude is everything when it comes to success. “Your attitude is contagious, so make yours worth catching,” says the new Charger. “If you live with your glass half full, you won’t have to worry about the grass being greener on the other side; you have to live the most in every day.”
Pask is planning to study Nursing at Ancilla. She is excited to be able to be close to home and be able to begin her nursing career. She is the daughter of Sasha Pask.