CMHS cheer excels at Highland County Fair competitions


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The Clinton-Massie High School cheerleaders had a great event Saturday.


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The Clinton-Massie High School cheerleaders achieved a clean sweep at the Highland County Fair on Saturday as the cheer squad placed first in the Game Day Division and first place in the Non Mount Varsity Division.

Abby Broglin won the jump off and Joel Brothers won the tumbling competition; Kealey James placed second in tumbling and third in the jump off.

This was their first competition and they are off to a great start.

Members that competed over weekend were: Abby Broglin, Joel Brothers, Cheyanne Bare, Alissa Muterspaw, Isabella Gross, Alley Brown, Meaghan Christiansen, Carly Lewis, Ally Coy, Jenna Hanlon, Delaney Warnock, Aimee George, Emma Collins, Kyla Hessler, Tess Pringnitz, Morgan Riggers, Sierra Kenney, Sami Brown, Syd Hudson, Landree Stump, Lynnea Dean, Kealey James and Shaelynne Lamb.

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The Clinton-Massie High School cheerleaders had a great event Saturday.
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