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A Sweet Ending to the 2nd season for Verona Competitive Cheerleading

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Junior Team Credits: Allie Evans
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Senior Team Credits: Allie Evans
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Congratulations to the Senior and Junior Verona Competitive Cheerleading teams who attended the Eastern Cheer and Dance Recreation Nationals at the Giants Arena in Hershey, Pennsylvania on April 21, 2018. This was the last competition for the Verona Competitive Cheerleaders for the 2017-2018 competitive season. Both teams put on an amazing performance, showcasing all of the skills they learned and refined this year! The Junior Team earned 4th place in the Youth Recreation Mount Division. The Senior Team won 1st Place in the Senior Recreation Mount Division, earning the title of National Division Champions.  If you would like to find out more about Verona Competitive Cheerleading, visit http://www.veronacompetitivecheerleading.org - registration for season 3 is now open!

SENIOR TEAM

 

SOPHIE

BESANTE

   

KAYLA

BROWER

   

ABBY

CASTILLO

   

ABIGAIL

CLEARY

   

AVA

EVANS

   

JAMIE

GABRIEL

   

MEGAN

GALLAGHER

   

ADDY                             

GARTHWAITE

   

DARIA

GEBBIA

   

AIMEE

GRIFFIN

   

GISELLE

JANDOLI

   

AMELIA

KOELLHOFER

   

GIANNA

NAPOLI

   

VINCENZA

PALMA

   

CAROLINE

SWANSTROM

 

 

JUNIOR TEAM

 

 

 

Ella

Barchie

   

Laura

Baglieri

   

Leah

Byrnes

   

Quinn

DeMilner

   

Anna

Garnet

   

Josie

Garnet

   

Callie

Lareau

   

Brooklyn

Leagon

   

Jenna

Papocchia

   

Devyn

Quigley

   

Amy

Sandoval

   

Isabella

Sandoval

SOPHIE

BESANTE

AVA

EVANS

DARIA

GEBBIA

VINCENZA

PALMA

 

 

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