CONCORD, CA (May 18, 2023) — Known for her kind personality and enthusiastic attitude, student-athlete Annison has participated on Clayton Valley Charter’s varsity stunt team for the past three years.
She has also been a dedicated cheerleader for the CVCHS sideline cheer program for her entire high school career. Annison’s leadership skills earned her Stunt Captain as a junior and senior. She says that her favorite part about being an Ugly Eagle athlete is representing a program that builds athletes with strong character.
Growing up, she participated in a variety of sports such as soccer, basketball, rhythmic gymnastics and synchronized swimming. Annison eventually fell in love with stunt and cheer.
During her time off the mats, Annison has maintained a 4.33 GPA and is an avid member of many clubs at Clayton Valley, including CSF, NHS, Senior Women and Link Crew. She plans to attend the University of California San Diego in the fall, majoring in Cognitive Science with a specialization in Machine Learning and Neural Computation.
Annison has always found the sport of stunt to be an escape from the stress of her everyday life. She is very grateful to her coaches Kate Panos and Nichole Schumann, as well as the rest of her team, for giving her an amazing three years.
CVCHS student journalist Katherine Pugh wrote this Spotlight.
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Katherine Pugh is a junior at Clayton Valley Charter High School. She enjoys running on the CVCHS cross country team in the fall in addition to the track and field team in the spring. Pugh also swims recreationally for Oakhurst Country Club in the summer. She is a part of the CVCHS Engineering & Design academy and finished her sophomore year with a 4.33 GPA. She’s also excited to be a representative for CVCHS’s ASB leadership group during her junior year. In addition, Pugh works as a hostess at Ed’s Mudville Grill in Clayton. She is very excited to be writing the Student Athlete Spotlight for the Concord Clayton Pioneer.