Dance Unlimited racks up numerous awards

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Dance Unlimited racks up numerous awards
Dance Unlimited had a banner year, winning numerous awards during the season.

They started off at Star Systems Talent Competition held in Mobile, Ala. After competing against over 463 entries, Dance Unlimited received 12 Gold Awards, 30 High Gold Awards and six Platinum Awards winning 34 1st place category awards. They finished 37 times in the overall high score rankings with eight of them being the first place overall. "Dance," a hip hop routine, was named the Ultimate Achievement Award Winner. This is the third consecutive year Dance Unlimited has won this award. Chalmette Civic Center was the location for Dancers, Inc. where Dance Unlimited completed the season. After 14 hours of competing against 330 routines, Dance Unlimited won six Elite Awards, 20 High Gold Awards, 29 Gold Awards and eight High Silver Awards. They placed 32 times in the overall high score rankings winning 1st Place overalll 11 times. They also received six Special Judge Awards. Pictured are: Standing (Left to Right) Duanne Cazalot, Sara Corley, Lillie Bourgeois, Lecy Cazalot, Angie Lehrmann, Sharon Webre, Kim Peters, Tracy Seither, Debbie Brignac, Sophie Champagne, Ashlyn Falgout, Laurie Falgoust, Melissa Perret, Monique Cannon, Katelyn Carcich, MaQUe Hollins, EnJolique Boyd, Destiny Ponville, Dana Cantillo and Taylor Ruffin. Kneeling (Left to Right) Layla Ruffin, Katie Milligan, Mikayla Meyer, Jenny Pahnka, Savannah Loupe, Allie Fenerty, Taylor Meyer, Taylor Knuppel, Monae Gordon, Maria Rodriguez, Ali Workman and Madison Duplechin. Sitting (Left to Right) Meredith Black, Julia Haslauer, Claire Girardot, Kacie James, Haley Verbois, MaCoi Hollins, Lauren Watkins, Monae Gordon, Paidon Gravois, Sabrina Deleon, Lundyn Cantillo, Amber Oubre, Macy Champagne, Hannah Brignac, Emily Witt and Emily Loupe .

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