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Bowl full of cheerleaders



Milano High School’s Varsity cheer squad was selected All-American by Universal Cheerleading Association (UCA) which allows the girls to be eligible for participation during various events like the Capital One Bowl which was held New Year’s Day in Orlando, Florida. Five girls were able to attend the event, which included about 650 cheerleaders from over 130 schools across the nation. The girls learned six new dances in one and a half days and performed during the pre-game ceremonies of the bowl game. Cheerleaders from Milano were (front row, l-r) Emily Morgan, Miranda Oldham, (back row) Fallon Ferguson, Nikki Herring and Kelly Jo Wadlington. Cheer sponsor Wendy Morgan, along with parents Debbie Todd and Kim Lenz, accompanied the girls on the trip. Milano High School’s Varsity cheer squad was selected All-American by Universal Cheerleading Association (UCA) which allows the girls to be eligible for participation during various events like the Capital One Bowl which was held New Year’s Day in Orlando, Florida. Five girls were able to attend the event, which included about 650 cheerleaders from over 130 schools across the nation. The girls learned six new dances in one and a half days and performed during the pre-game ceremonies of the bowl game. Cheerleaders from Milano were (front row, l-r) Emily Morgan, Miranda Oldham, (back row) Fallon Ferguson, Nikki Herring and Kelly Jo Wadlington. Cheer sponsor Wendy Morgan, along with parents Debbie Todd and Kim Lenz, accompanied the girls on the trip.

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