SPOTSWOOD, NJ - Spotswood High School senior Morgan Alexa Taylor has always had a lot to cheer about. Taylor has been a varsity cheerleader for the past four years. This year she was one of the cheerleading squad's captains. Taylor's hometown heart is in both Spotswood and Helmetta. Her favorite Charger memories revolve around her passion, cheerleading.
The teen cherishes the friends she has made cheerleading, knowing many of her fellow cheerleaders since kindergarten. Taylor has a lot of fond remembrances of her time on the sidelines and all the summer fun at cheer camp. She was chosen as one of Spotswood High School's representatives at the annual Autoland Classic Football Game in July along with four other members of the Chargers' varsity squad. The game showcases senior football players and cheerleaders from Middlesex and Union Counties. This year's game was canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.
In the fall, along with teammate and best friend Alexa Hologounis, Taylor represented Spotswood High School at the Varsity Spectacular Parade in Orlando, Florida. The two got the opportunity to parade down Main Street USA with 800 other high school cheerleaders from around the country.
Tayor's favorite class at Spotswood High School was Economics and her top teacher is Spotswood High School Social Studies teacher Matthew Merrigan.
In the fall, Taylor is headed to Kean University in Union. She plans to major in athletic training. Taylor hopes to one day work for the NFL.