Earlier this month a Texas cheerleading squad went to court over bible verses on the banners the football team runs through before the game.
The cheerleaders won that battle, for the time being.
Burkburnett's cheerleading squad is following that path using the bible to give inspiration to their team.
The first banner a couple of weeks ago was painted on campus using school supplies, and now school officials and students are following guidelines that are in place for separation of school and religious activity.
Both students and administrator feel confident that following those guidelines will keep them out of court.
They rally and cheer.
Showing support for their team.
But now the Burkburnett High School cheerleaders are using words from the bible to inspire their team
"Our boys had gotten off on the wrong foot this season, so I felt like what better way to encourage them then to strengthen their faith in Christ," said Abigail Adame, a senior Burkburnett cheerleader.
Burkburnett's principal says he looked into the state education rules which is why he feels confident in letting the girls continue their brush strokes.
"There are clear guidelines for students voluntary expression, especially in areas where there are high [amounts of] express like at athletic events, where it does allow for a public forum, students are allowed to express voluntary expression but they must follow certain guidelines," said Principal Brad Owen.
Guidelines which require the girls to paint the signs off campus, using paints and other materials not paid for by the school.
Adame says finding those funds wasn't too hard.
"We had numerous people contacting us saying that they were going to donate supplies and it wasn't just kids on campus but adults off campus and stuff," Adame said.
Reactions to the signs have been positive and she says it's not surprising.
"We are kind of a close knit community so I didn't really think I was going to offend anybody by doing it so it's really encouraging to know that they are supporting us in doing this," she said.
Supporting the cheerleaders doing their job to cheer on their team one verse at a time.
Adame says she was unaware the other Texas cheer squad had even gone to court over this issue when she came up with the idea to make the signs.