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Thursday May 26th, 2016 11:17AM

FCHS Dance Dawgs bring home 1st place

By Staff
CUMMING - The Forsyth Central Dance team took first place in the Kick category from the Kennesaw State University Dance Invitational which was held recently.<br /> <br /> The dance trio of Caroline Loveless (Junior), Ricki-Chandler Adams (Sophomore), and Emily Ponder (Freshman) also placed 3rd in the small group category with their lyrical dance routine.<br /> <br /> Sixteen other high schools participated.<br /> <br /> The Dance Dawgs are coached by Amy Gravitt and Leah Heisler. <br /> <br /> Team sponsors for the 2012-2013 year include Cumming Dance Academy, TNT Athletics, and Choice Refrigerants.<br /> <br /> For more information on the team, try-outs, sponsorships, and special event performances, please contact Coach Gravitt, Coach Heisler, or the booster club at fchsdancers@gmail.com.<br />
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