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Emerald Belles Take Home Best Overall at Competition

Feb 19, 2014 03:48PM ● Published by Anonymous

The Emerald Belles won first place Overall at the Crowd Pleaser Dance Competition, receiving awards and $500.

Carroll was awarded the highest scoring team dance of the dace for their high kick routine. Additionally, the Belles won first place in jazz, kick and lyric dances; first place in the Division; Outstanding Choreography; Outstanding Technique; Winner's Circle and first place Overall in the jazz and kick category. 

The Belles officers came home with the highest awards as well, earning first place in all their routines; Outstanding Choreography; Outstanding Technique; Elite Circle and first place in the Division.

Several of the Belles competed in the Solo Division out of over 100 girls. Addie Perkins, Lacey Munoz, Anna Grace Pruitt, Jenna Seaton, Brooke Gordon, and Cheylee Weigel were named in the Top 20 Senior Division. 

The top 5 competed and Addie Perkins won 1st place in the 11th/12th grade solo division, Lacey Munoz received 3rd place, and Anna Grace Pruitt 5th place. In the 9th/10th grade solo division Jessica Bowman won 2nd place, Claire McCoy 3rd place, Laurel Kavanagh 4th place, and Claire Berutti 5th place. Jenna Seaton and Addie Perkins entered a Duet and won 2nd place. 

Fourteen Belles competed in the ensemble division with a high kick dance a won 1st place. They were Jessica Stephenson, Brooke Davis, Samantha Koszarek, Cayla Contardi, Abby Keyes, Berkley McFarlin, Emily Collins, Aspen Reid, Christina Wettig, Tatum Wallace, Morgan Wilson, Tiffany Stringer, Sophia Parrish, and Ryleigh Malloy.

Today, City+School Emerald Belles crowd pleaser competition
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