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PBR Competition Team 2012

PBR 2012 Competition Team:

First Row:  Elly Eisel, Allison Everhart, Sidnie Yoder, Madalyn Ferry, Lily Humbertson, Brooke Long, MadisonWinters.

Second Row: Charley Hoffman, Antasia Kimmel,  Baylie Horten, Jordyn Beam, Emily Schultz, Greta Agee, Maddie Smith.

Third Row:  Aspin Gomes, Kelcie Weaver, Allie Rabold, Molly Pfahler, Mickie Smith, Sarah Musselman, Emily Humbertson,  Madison Noel, Michaela Burket, Grace Misera, Kira Schmoke.

Fourth Row: Samantha Rudy, Elizabeth Pearlman, Addie Rabold, Annie Diminick, Nicole Alwine, Rachel Conrad, Aimee Albright, Rachel Pearlman, Kelsey Alwine, Anna Bidoli, Sarah Arpino, Sarah Hall, Ian Schmoke.

The 2012 PBR Dance Competition Team attended the regional Dance Educators of America competition inPittsburgh on March 23 –25.  The production “Circle of Life” with the senior, junior, and small fry teams took first place. It also received a titanium award, high score cash price, and a choreography award. The dance was choreographed by Rachel Monahan, grand-daughter of Miss Pauline.  Costumes were designed by Cynthia Ake Rabold.  Also receiving a first place and titanium award was the junior theatre dance called ”Positoovity” and was also choreographed by Rachel.

The team also attended  the DEA Nationals in Charleston, South  Carolina in June.  The senior team became national champions with their titanium award winning senior line routine “Ghosts,”   which was choreographed by Rachel Monahan with costumes by Cindy Rabold.  Titaniums were also given to “Be Our Guests,”  choreography by Ashley Hand, and to soloist, Ian Schmoke.

The PBR Dance Competition Team is under the direction of Mary Ellen Everhart, daughter of Miss Pauline.

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