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Thursday, January 25, 2007

Cheerleaders Gone Wild - Part Two

Arrests of 2 school officials stun S.C. town

WARE SHOALS, S.C. - Although the massive Riegel Textile Mill closed two decades ago, there's still the mill village feel in the community -- a close-knit town where everyone knows practically everyone.
Folks took it hard when they learned the principal of the local high school was charged with hindering police who were investigating reports of a cheerleading coach giving alcohol to students.
"Everybody here has gone to Ware Shoals High School, and we're all proud of the school, naturally," David Higgins said Tuesday at Edna's County Kitchen. "It's a bad reflection on the school and on the town."

Principal Jane Blackwell, in her third year at the school, was arrested Monday, charged with obstruction of justice.
Investigators say they think Blackwell, 59, knew cheerleading coach Jill Moore -- the daughter of a local pastor and school board member -- was giving alcohol to students but did not report it, said Mike Frederick, chief deputy of the Greenwood sheriff's office.

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Cheerleading Coach Charged With Giving Students Beer

WARE SHOALS, SC -- An employee of Ware Shoals High School has been charged with Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor after police say she gave beer to cheerleaders.

Officers say 28-year-old Jill Moore works as a clerk in the Guidance Office, and she also serves as the Varsity Cheerleading Coach.
An investigation began a week ago after a parent complained to police regarding Moore's activities with members of her cheerleading squad.

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Ware Shoals High

Only 2 cheerleaders in scandal

Only two Ware Shoals High School cheerleaders are “directly involved” in an alcohol-fueled sex scandal that has rocked this small town, local law enforcement said Wednesday.
Chief Deputy Mike Frederick, of the Greenwood County Sheriff’s Office, told The Index-Journal that only two girls, then 16 years old, have been tied to allegations of receiving alcohol from the school’s former guidance clerk, Jill Moore, 28, and then participating in an “incredibly inappropriate situation” involving a sexual relationship Moore was having with a member of the National Guard.
Moore was arrested last week by the Greenwood County Sheriff’s Office, and resigned from her post in the wake of the scandal.

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