Together, they are the Tatum Elementary School Yell Squad, and people in the community made sure these small-sized big talkers are in Austin to cheer on the Eagles.
"I jumped up and started hollering and screaming," said Robey Box, one of more than 60 members of the Tatum Yell Squad -- elementary school students who chant and cheer for the Eagles.
"It's really exciting," says fifth-grader Rylie Lessen. "You're on the edge of your seats and - AH! - the whole time."
"One of the reasons that we started this organization was to teach our students how to have, just that good sportsmanship and to cheer for their team, but at the same time, be respectful," Haden says.
"It just, like, made all of us mad," Tatum fifth-grader Chloe Permenter says, "because we, we were just offended by it."
But that was one of the Eagles' 33 wins this season, putting them in the state tournament.
"Great response," Haden says. "Our community always seems to come together for things like this."