BY DEJA PENDLETON
In the choosing of the Fab 5 this year Mrs.Christy Baron, Maddy Johnson, Dannah Tommalieh, as well as Mrs. Nicole Dayus came to an agreement on who should be Chaparral's newest Fab5 members.
Senior Christian Caudillo of the Fab 5 wanted to join from the excitement he saw from the previous year's group, “I wanted to be a part of that, I wanted to be a part of being able to lead people.” The process to becoming a Fab 5 included a video describing themselves as well as what would make them a good candidate for this years fab 5, Caudillo explains,“It was pretty stressful actually we had to make a video, then we had to wait after we made the video to get called in for the interview, we had to wait a week during that week I was nervous to see if I made it, and then I finally got that text it was a relief.” The chemistry between members is important in that they work as unit to unite Pumas, Caudillo expands, “It would not work without the five of us I am glad there is five of us to get each section loud it is not a one person job, it is a one time experience with having school spirit and being in high school, we will bring excitement, help others especially for those people who think that showing school spirit is embarrassing.”
Senior Jayda Williams of the Fab 5 has wanted to be apart of Fab 5 since her Freshman year saying, “seeing what the Fab 4 used to be and how they could control the crowd and get everyone to have fun I just thought that was so cool, and I wanted to do it because I felt like it was not as fun anymore and I am an outgoing person so I wanted to share my personality with everyone else. Williams has always been a school spirited Puma dressing up on almost all spirit days and participating in events. The process to become a member for Williams was a breeze she expands, “everyone I interviewed with was my friend and it was a group interview everyone that was interviewing me made sure that you were not nervous and that you were comfortable.” With her other four members Williams describes there family like nature saying, “we have so much fun together we are all like brother and sister, we always check up on each other, we joke around together the chemistry is so strong.”
Senior Ethan Villalta of the Fab 5 has always wanted to be a member of the Fab 5 saying, it looked super hype and like a lot fun.” Villalta has always been school spirited his first memories of being an outgoing puma was his Freshman year saying, “ for class distinction Freshman year I wore yellow booty shorts.” A man of humorous nature Villalta has ecstatic chemistry with his four other members saying, “we are very close, we work together like family.” The process in which it takes to become a member of the Fab 5 Villalta explained that the process was not difficult at all. For something we can expect from the Fab 5 this year Villata expands, “one word. Hype”.
Senior Alyanah Josephine Rosario commonly known as Ally J, saw an opportunity in showing her school spirit with joining the Fab 5 saying, “ I wanted to join the Fabs because I felt confident in knowing it fit my energetic personality.” Rosario has always been a spirited Puma with being school spirited throughout her years at Chaparral saying, “ I make sure every single day that I do my best to show pride in my school.” The chemistry between Rosario and the other four members is an enjoyable part of the job saying, “they each bring such a different but positive vibe to hype the crowd up.” In the process in which is included in becoming a member Rosario’s experience was nerving, Rosario explains, “I had to show my greatest potential during the interview.” For something to expect from the Fab 5 this year is energy every game, “Puma pride throughout the campus and our classrooms.”
Senior Kiani Brown of the Fab 5 has always been attracted to being apart of the school in a bigger way saying, “I wanted to be apart of Fab 5 because I love performing in front of a crowd whether it is choir or hyping the crowd up I want to do it, I also love making sure that no matter sport event that we are at that our Pumas feel a lot support and love. “Brown has always been a spirited Puma with being involved in choir as well as multiple clubs on campus saying, “I have always been a school spirited person for as long as I could remember.” The family like nature of the Fab 5 members is something Brown holds dear to her high school experience Brown expands, “The chemistry between me and the other four members is strong, we are like our own little family, they always make my day even if they do not intend to, I love them with all my heart and I could not imagine anyone else being apart of the Fab 5, I am blessed to have them in my life.” The process in which one becomes a Fab 5 was a no brainer for Brown saying,In my opinion no it was not as stressful as many may think it would be. I just knew that as long as I showed everyone interviewing what I could bring to the table.” In regards to what to expect for the rest of the year Brown says,“you can expect lots of fun and energy.”