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AHS Cheerleaders shine at NCA Camp

July 27, 2011

Antlers High School Cheerleaders at the NCA Cheer Camp at OSU in Stillwater

The Antlers High School Cheerleaders attended a National Cheerleading Association (NCA) cheer camp at OSU in Stillwater July 17 - 20.  After lots of hard work and dedication, the squad earned several awards.  Eight of the ten cheerleaders were nominated for the All-American Team. Out of those eight, three were chosen. They were: Cara Blansett, Marlee Williams, and Cheyenne Owens. 

Cheyenne Owens was also selected as Top All-Anerican Cheerleader.  Corey Little and Cara Blansett received the America Needs Cheerleaders Award for leadership and hard work.  The entire squad also received pins in recognition of the hard work they had done for St. Jude's Children's Hospital.

The squad earned three superior ribbons and one excellent ribbon for their performance evaluations. They also brought home two of the most coveted awards at camp, Top Performance Squad and Top Spirit Award.  To make an amazing camp even better, the squad also received a bid to compete at Nationals.

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