Wayne, N.J. - The Nutley 5th-8th grade Recreational Competitive Cheer Team took 1st place today at the Battle of the Hills meet. The competition took place at Wayne Hills High School. "Commissioner Mauro Tucci and I are so proud of the hard work and dedication the girls have shown throughout the course of the season," Superintendent of Recreation Frank DeMaio told Tapinto Nutley. "Only better things are to come for this group of girls."
Nutley Cheerleaders Take Home 1st Place
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