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Gold Dusters compete in Farmington

The Fredericktown High School Gold Dusters competed at the <span><p class=Farmington Dance Invitational Competition where they took second place in the 1/2 Precision Jazz Division and fifth place in the 1/2 Pom Division. Dancers photographed are, front, left to right, Kenzie Rice, Malyn Adams, Madison Jennings, Stella Steck and Hayleigh Locke; and standing, left to right, Skylar Sikes, Lauren Wagganer, Mackenzie Phillips, Bailey Stamp, Taylor Starkey, Sara White, Schanda Racer, Hope Turnbeau and Jurnee Wagganer.” width=”800″ /> The Fredericktown High School Gold Dusters competed at the Farmington Dance Invitational Competition where they took second place in the 1/2 Precision Jazz Division and fifth place in the 1/2 Pom Division. Dancers photographed are, front, left to right, Kenzie Rice, Malyn Adams, Madison Jennings, Stella Steck and Hayleigh Locke; and standing, left to right, Skylar Sikes, Lauren Wagganer, Mackenzie Phillips, Bailey Stamp, Taylor Starkey, Sara White, Schanda Racer, Hope Turnbeau and Jurnee Wagganer.

The Fredericktown Gold Dusters pose for a photo at the <span><p class=Farmington Dance Invitational Competition. They performed a jazz dance named “Pop, Drop and Roll” and a pom routine named “Handclap.” Both were choreographed by former Gold Duster Abbey Miller and Junior Skylar Sikes. The team will compete in its second competition of the year Jan. 27 at the St. Charles Classic, making this the first time the team has gone to two competitions in a year. ” width=”800″ /> The Fredericktown Gold Dusters pose for a photo at the Farmington Dance Invitational Competition. They performed a jazz dance named “Pop, Drop and Roll” and a pom routine named “Handclap.” Both were choreographed by former Gold Duster Abbey Miller and Junior Skylar Sikes. The team will compete in its second competition of the year Jan. 27 at the St. Charles Classic, making this the first time the team has gone to two competitions in a year. 

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