Junction City High School officials have selected Lyndsey Brantley to serve as the new Blue Jays head cheer coach. 

Brantley currently works at Unified School District 475 as a computer-based online mentor at the Larry Dixon Center. She is married to David VanWey, and they have two children; Brinley and Wymberley.

“I am excited to be a part of the Junction City High School coaching staff, and eager to take on the responsibilities of the head cheer coach,” Brantley said. “We have amazing students in this district with so many talents, and I can’t wait to see what they bring to tryouts and the next cheer season.”

Cheer tryouts for the 2019-20 school year are scheduled to be held May 22-24. Tryout packets can be picked up at the main office of the Freshman Success Academy, and at the Athletic Department (room 102) at the main campus.

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