Sarah Massey helped the Falcon girls win state for the 4x100 when she was just a sophomore, but it's her enthusiasm for cheer that has landed her on the University of Texas Cheerleading Squad.
Sarah came to Bishop Dunne in the seventh grade from First Baptist Academy. An only child, she's close to her mother, Angela, and father, Mark.
A tri-athlete, Sarah excels in volleyball, track, and cheerleading.
She's also been very busy as the captain of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, as a student ambassador, as Executive Vice President of Student Council, and as an active member in the National Honor Society, the National Art Honor Society, and the African American Awareness Club. She also babysits some of her cousins and close family friends' children and will be working this summer as a staff instructor for the UCA cheer camps. Sarah came to Bishop Dunne because her parents wanted to place her in a more positive and diverse environment.
Sarah describes Bishop Dunne as welcoming, strong, and a family. She plans to keep in touch with her Falcon family as she heads off to Austin and a bigger arena where her enthusiasm can continue to shine.
Bishop Dunne Catholic School has grades 6th through 12 and offers many athletic programs and teams, from Archery to Drill Team, and Football, Soccer, Swim, Golf, Tennis and Track to name a few. See the school's website at www.bdcs.org for more information or contact Middle School Athletic Director Coach Stephen Guerrero at: