Rossville Dance and Washburn Rural Cheer win State Championship
TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) - In the first ever KSHSAA State Dance Championships, Rossville came home with a win. The Bulldogs dance crew placed atop the Division I rankings after scoring a 79.075 overall.
That placed just above Council Grove. Silver Lake’s dance crew placed third with a score of 76.875.
Several other local schools placed at the event. At the Division-II level, Seaman placed fourth with a score of 83.35. Close behind, Topeka West placed 6th with a score of 78.275 and Shawnee Heights right behind with a 77.675 score.
At the Division-III level, Washburn Rural placed second with a score of 90.775.
Moving on to the State Game Day Cheer, Washburn Rural came away with the 6A State Title. They dominated the field with a score of 94.25. It was a full 2.25 points ahead of the second place finisher. The score of 94.25 was the highest score of any team in the competition.
A pair of local teams placed at the 5A level. Shawnee Heights came up fourth with an incredible score of 92. Seaman came up just behind them with a score of 91.5.
At the 4A level, Baldwin won the title with a score of 88.85. Abilene High came up second with a score of 85.25, Hayden High rounded out at 6th with a score of 81.55.
At the 3A Game Day cheer level, Rossville placed fourth after scoring a 84.5. Silver Lake finished at 6th with a 77.75 score with Sabetha right behind at 7th after scoring 72.25.
If you’d like to see full results for the Dance Team finishes, click here.
If you’d like to see full results for the Game Day cheer team finishes, click here.
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