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Goodnight Grand Champions

"Proud does not even begin to describe how I feel about this team! Even during a pandemic, the winter storm, and cancellations, they never gave up and persevered! I am so proud of their accomplishments, not only in dance but as young people - this experience has taught them hard work truly does pay off and they represented our school with pride! 
The Dancing Stars have been practicing for the past 2 months for competition and have put in a lot of hours of hard work, dedication, sweat, bandaids, and blisters! It all paid off as we swept the competition!!" Amy Wolff, Dancing Star Director, said. 
Solo Awards:
6th-7th Grade
Miley Esquivel - Medalist
Railyn Jackson - 3rd Runner Up
Angel Guerrero - 2nd Runner Up
8th Grade Solo Awards: 
Destiny Flores - Medalist
Celeste Hunter - Medalist
Yadi Escobar - 4th Runner Up
Aliya Guerra - 2nd Runner Up
Deandra Perez - 1st Runner Up
Serina Kennedy - Champion
Officer Awards:
Judge's Award (2 or more routines scoring at least 90+)
Officer Contemporary - Champion
Officer Jazz - 1st Runner Up 
Officer Hip Hop - Champion
Challenge Elite - highest scoring group 
Team Awards:
Judge's Award (2 routines or more scoring at least 90+)
Team Contemporary - Champion
Team Jazz - Champion
Team Lyrical - Champion
Team Pom - Champion
Challenge Elite - highest scoring group
Special Judge's Awards - voted on by the judges out of ALL the routines of the day - this is over 100 dance routines throughout the course of the day and includes: middle school, JV teams, and varsity high school teams! There were 18 schools from all over central Texas competing, including Westlake, Anderson, Hays HS, Georgetown, Round Rock, Dripping Springs, and more! Our young middle school dancers received 2 of these special awards out of ALL these high school teams and the routines!!
Our Team Lyrical received MOST MEMORABLE and
Our Team Pom received the HIGHEST SCORING!!!