Razorback Spirit Squads to Host Junior Spirit Day Feb. 18
The Razorback spirit squads will host the team's annual Junior Spirit Day from 1-2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 18, at the Basketball Performance Center located across the south entrance of Bud Walton Arena.
The event will offer interaction between current spirit squad members and participants prior to the women's basketball game against Missouri at 3 p.m. The spirit squads will teach a variety of well-known Razorback traditions including the formal Hog Call. Participants will then perform the material during halftime of the game.
Children ages pre-K through eighth grade are invited to join in the fun and wear their favorite Razorback gear including athletic tennis shoes. The cost to register is $25 and parents, family and friends can purchase $3 tickets for the women's basketball game during the registration process.
As part of a special offer, participants will receive an official spirit squad poster along with a set of Razorback face tattoos.
All registrants will receive an email with more details regarding clinic details upon registration.
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