The members of the Highland High School dance team don their medals and pose with the championship trophy after being named the 1A state champions at the IHSA Competitive Dance State Finals Saturday at U.S. Cellular Coliseum in Bloomington. The team features, first row from left to right, Leslie Drueke, Kelsey Lane, McKenzie Rosen, Lexy Hagler; second row, Reagan Thornton, Raven Miranda, Ally Becker, Abigail Rogier, Hannah Luitjohan; third row, coach Emily Wellen, Brooke Wilson, Kayla Davis, Claire Pabst, Katie Etter, Paige Foster, Olivia Genteman and coach Michelle Deets.
The members of the Highland High School dance team don their medals and pose with the championship trophy after being named the 1A state champions at the IHSA Competitive Dance State Finals Saturday at U.S. Cellular Coliseum in Bloomington. The team features, first row from left to right, Leslie Drueke, Kelsey Lane, McKenzie Rosen, Lexy Hagler; second row, Reagan Thornton, Raven Miranda, Ally Becker, Abigail Rogier, Hannah Luitjohan; third row, coach Emily Wellen, Brooke Wilson, Kayla Davis, Claire Pabst, Katie Etter, Paige Foster, Olivia Genteman and coach Michelle Deets. Jody Becker For the News Leader
The members of the Highland High School dance team don their medals and pose with the championship trophy after being named the 1A state champions at the IHSA Competitive Dance State Finals Saturday at U.S. Cellular Coliseum in Bloomington. The team features, first row from left to right, Leslie Drueke, Kelsey Lane, McKenzie Rosen, Lexy Hagler; second row, Reagan Thornton, Raven Miranda, Ally Becker, Abigail Rogier, Hannah Luitjohan; third row, coach Emily Wellen, Brooke Wilson, Kayla Davis, Claire Pabst, Katie Etter, Paige Foster, Olivia Genteman and coach Michelle Deets. Jody Becker For the News Leader

Dancing: Highland crowned IHSA state champions

February 01, 2016 5:30 AM

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