Gregory Cheerleaders finish their season with State competition

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Gregory Cheerleaders finish their season with State competition

Toshiya Cramer, Journalist

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Last Friday, the Gregory cheerleaders competed in the State Competitive Cheer and Dance competition. It took place at Brandon Valley High School. For the last time this season the dancers and cheerleaders performed all their routines.

With its best scoring dance, the team ended up sixth. It scored 184.5 points with its pom routine. For kick the girls placed fifth with a score of 172.5. Hip hop scored 163.5 and placed fifth too. The team had an overall score of 173.5 and placed sixth in the dance portion of the evening.

Competing in small cheer, they placed tenth with a score of 171.5 points. The judges thought it was “fun choreography with good use of props”. For the grand champion, which is both small and large cheer together, they placed 17th.

“As a team we became really close; we all wanted the same thing and that is to get better. We worked really hard to improve our skills. I am proud of our stunting skills because they were really good this year,” senior Shelby Zimmerman said. Her journey with competitive cheer and dance started in middle school, and this was her last season competing for Gregory High School.

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