Mount Si High’s dance team at the state competition at the Yakima Sundome, from left to right: Head coach Jen Stokes, Kimby Blomquist, lieutenant Gracie Stokes, captain CJ Tse, captain Morgan Wadsworth, Clarissa Ricks, Camille Ostrem and coach Megan Maxwell. The team finished its third year by placing fifth at state in Military and third in their newest category, Kick, in which the girls took first in at districts. The team is going to nationals this year. There will be a tryout prep clinic from 3:30-5p.m. on April 25, and tryouts start April 30, continue May 2 and finish May 4 in the Freshman Campus Gym. Tryouts are open to current 8-11-graders and no dance experience is necessary. More tryout information can be found at www.mountsidanceteam.weebly.com. Photo courtesy of Mount Si High

Mount Si High’s dance team at the state competition at the Yakima Sundome, from left to right: Head coach Jen Stokes, Kimby Blomquist, lieutenant Gracie Stokes, captain CJ Tse, captain Morgan Wadsworth, Clarissa Ricks, Camille Ostrem and coach Megan Maxwell. The team finished its third year by placing fifth at state in Military and third in their newest category, Kick, in which the girls took first in at districts. The team is going to nationals this year. There will be a tryout prep clinic from 3:30-5p.m. on April 25, and tryouts start April 30, continue May 2 and finish May 4 in the Freshman Campus Gym. Tryouts are open to current 8-11-graders and no dance experience is necessary. More tryout information can be found at www.mountsidanceteam.weebly.com. Photo courtesy of Mount Si High

Dancing to success at state

The team finished its third year by placing fifth at state in Military and third in their newest category, Kick, in which the girls took first in at districts.

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Mount Si High’s dance team at the state competition at the Yakima Sundome, from left to right: Head coach Jen Stokes, Kimby Blomquist, lieutenant Gracie Stokes, captain CJ Tse, captain Morgan Wadsworth, Clarissa Ricks, Camille Ostrem and coach Megan Maxwell. The team finished its third year by placing fifth at state in Military and third in their newest category, Kick, in which the girls took first in at districts. The team is going to nationals this year. There will be a tryout prep clinic from 3:30-5p.m. on April 25, and tryouts start April 30, continue May 2 and finish May 4 in the Freshman Campus Gym. Tryouts are open to current 8-11-graders and no dance experience is necessary. More tryout information can be found at www.mountsidanceteam.weebly.com. Photo courtesy of Mount Si High

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