Mackenzie McCall grew up north of Houston and graduated from The Woodlands High School. She was a cheerleader earning All-American titles from the National Cheerleading Association and was voted captain of her team. At the same time, she competed in dance, with The Woodlands Dance Force where they received first place at Marching Auxiliaries and Showstopper Nationals Competitions. She was also a Junior Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader performing in nationally televised halftime productions with recording artists Randy Travis, Clint Black, Billy Gillman, Jessica Simpson, Creed, and Toby Keith.
After high school, Mackenzie earned an Associates of Arts Degree, from Kilgore College, where she was a member of the famous Rangerettes drill team. She earned a position as a member of their elite dance team, the Swingsters, and made the Dean's List. During her time as a Rangerette, she danced in the Cotton Bowl Classic two times and performed at the Texas State Society's Black Tie and Boots Ball, in Washington, D.C., during the 2009 Presidential Inauguration of Barack Obama.
Mackenzie transferred to Texas Christian University where she received a Bachelor's Degree in Strategic Communications from the prestigious Schieffer School of Journalism and a Neeley School of Business Minor in 2012. While a student, she was a member of the TCU Showgirls and performed at the BCS Fiesta Bowl. Later, while on the TCU Elite Dance Team, she won two National Championship Awards and competed in finals at the Universal Dance Association Nationals in Daytona, Florida.
For the past five years, Mackenzie has been a part of the Spirit of America Staff at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and has worked as a judge at The Power Dance Nationals, in Galveston. She is an active member of Defiance, a semi-professional dance company, providing artistic performances in the DFW community. Currently, Mackenzie teaches Communication Applications and Dance at Plano East. This is her fourth year teaching and being a Director for the Plano East Golden Girls. Her teams have won first place at regional and national competitions while also performing at a Dallas Mavericks and Texas Legends basketball game.
Ms. Oden married Mr. Scott McCall in the summer of 2017.
Brittany Webster grew up in Midlothian, Tx and graduated from Midlothian High School. Brittany began her dance studies at the Rhythm Dancers dance studio where she was a member of their competition dance team. Following her passion for dance, she became a 4 year member of the Midlothian High School Pantherette Drill Team. Her junior year of high school Brittany served as Treasurer of her drill team and also received the Directors Choice Award. Brittany had the privilege of holding the position of 1st Lieutenant her senior year of high school and also received solo finalist at competition as well as the Pantherette of the Year Award. During her time on Pantherettes she had the opportunity of competing and performing at numerous events including the Showmakers of America Nationals in Hawaii, Contest of Champions Nationals in Disney World, and performed in the Macy’s Parade.
After high school, Brittany earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Health with a science emphasis from Texas A&M University. During her time at Texas A&M, she was a member of the American Chemical Society and participated in Educational Studies. Brittany was also a member of the Gamma Phi Beta sorority and where she was involved in various leadership and panhellenic positions, serving on Junior Panhellenic and was elected to the Gamma Phi Beta executive board as Education Vice President.
In the fall of 2016, Brittany became the assistant to the Plano East Golden Girls. During her time at Plano East she has also taught Dance and Food Science. Brittany loves every aspect of Drill Team from the freezing cold football games, numerous hours cleaning contest dances, to seeing all of the hard work come together in a beautiful spring show. She feels very blessed to have the opportunity to work with such outstanding and talented team members every day!
Brittany Titus Webster married Austin Webster in the summer 2017. They both are teachers in Plano ISD and feel blessed to work in such a diverse and accepting district!