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THS dance team cleans up at Tyler competition

THS dance team cleans up at Tyler competition

February 14th, 2018 by Gazette Staff in Texarkana News

Texas High School's Texas HighSteppers dance team is seen at the Marching Auxiliaries competition Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018, in Tyler, Texas. Members are, first row from left, Sarah Grace Boudreaux, Parker Ellyn Madlock, Sarah Stark, Emily McMaster, Addison Rogers; second row, team Director Amber Reynolds, Ashley Wallace, Amber Savage, Sophie Lower, Kylie Davis, Perin Creek, Sara Ottinger, London Edwards; third row, Meredith Green, Madison Bowers, Raven Ivory, Chloe Page, Madison Brown, Allie Graves, Isabelle Robertson, Olivia Bruggeman, Gabby Leon, Imari Kelley, Kayla Ebel; and fourth row, Evelyn Patterson, Lily Sewell, Mary Claire Wright, Candra Thompson, Morgan Williams, Hollan Borowitz, Tatum Haugh, Mallory Hackworth, EmmaGrace Kuhl, Emma McMillen, Mackenzie Stevens. (Submitted photo)

Texas High School's Texas HighSteppers dance team earned numerous awards including Super Sweepstakes awards for Team and Officers during a competition Saturday in Tyler, Texas.

Other team accolades received at the Marching Auxiliaries competition include the Choreography Award for Pom, Military, Kick and Novelty routines; Technique Award for Kick, Military and Pom routines; and the High Point Award for Kick, Novelty and Military routines. The team also ranked in the Top Ten out of 30 teams.

The HighStepper Officers also brought home the Technique Award for Lyrical, Contemporary and Jazz routines; and the Choreography Award for Lyrical routine. They were second place among all participating officer groups.

Medalists for Division 1 soloists include Sarah Grace Boudreaux, Madison Bowers, Hollan Borowitz, Perin Creek, Allie Graves, Emily McMaster, Isabelle Robertson and Sarah Stark.

Other Solo Awards were earned by Addison Rogers, First Runner-Up Senior Solo; Emma McMillen, Second Runner-Up Junior Solo; Parker Ellyn Madlock, Third Runner-Up Senior Solo.

In Duet, Meredith Green and Emma took first place in the 15-16 age category, and Sarah Grace Boudreaux and Addison earned first place in the 17-18 age category.

Trio Award winners were Evelyn Patterson, Lily Sewell and Mary Claire Wright, first place in the 15-16 age category.

The HighSteppers will compete in the Danceline Natonals in March at SeaWorld in San Antonio, Texas.

They are coached by Director Amber Reynolds. Team members include Sarah Grace Boudreaux, Parker Ellyn Madlock, Sarah Stark, Emily McMaster, Addison Rogers, Ashley Wallace, Amber Savage, Sophie Lower, Kylie Davis, Perin Creek, Sara Ottinger, London Edwards, Meredith Green, Madison Bowers, Raven Ivory, Chloe Page, Madison Brown, Allie Graves, Isabelle Robertson, Olivia Bruggeman, Gabby Leon, Imari Kelley, Kayla Ebel, Evelyn Patterson, Lily Sewell, Mary Claire Wright, Candra Thompson, Morgan Williams, Hollan Borowitz, Tatum Haugh, Mallory Hackworth, EmmaGrace Kuhl, Emma McMillen, Mackenzie Stevens.

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