Local dance studio wins big at national championships
Neighbors | Submitted.Epic Dance Complex competed in the Revolution National Talent Competition on June 24-28 in Pensacola, Fla. They brought home two Victory Cups, a Premier Cup and nine national championship titles in their divisions. Dancers pictured are, from left, (front) McKenna Lewis, Sarah Derosa, Avery McGrath, Sophia Dorris, Hannah Lintner, Ava Briceland, Jeralynn Rudiak, Kalynn Robenolt, Makayla Cohol, Audrina Briceland, Olivia Fennema, Aubrey Bell; (second row) Kelsey Hackstedde, Rylie Connolly, Mia Mangine, Angelina Mrofchak, Grace Carrier, Sarah Mook, Hayley Antal, Karsyn Durham, Emily Beany, Ashley Chmelik, Mia Wilson, Miah Mihalick; (third row) Joellen Mrofchak, Ava Colaluca, Kate Duncko, Maddie Massuri, Olivia Knight, Mackenzie Mackall, Taylor Morgan, Maggie Carrier, Desiree Girardi, Molly Burke, Andrew Derosa, Tommy Porter; (back) Colton Cook, Chloe Simmerman, Riley Burke, Kelsey King, Hannah Antal, Daniella Girardi, Jenna Chmelik, Alyssa Cole, Hannah Henry, Aidyn Connolly and Jenna Benko.
Neighbors | Submitted."Blue" was one of the routines that performed at the Revolution National Talent competition for Epic Dance Complex. The team, which competed in the age 8 and younger category, placed first in their category and first place overall. Pictured are, from left, (front) Hannah Lintner, Kalynn Robenolt, Ava Briceland; (middle) Sophia Dorris, Jeralynn Rudiak and (back) Tommy Porter.
Neighbors | Submitted.Pictured are members of the "P.Y.T." routine, from left, Chloe Simmerman, Jenna Chmelik, Riley Burke, Mackenzie Mackall, Madeline Krasnasky, Maggie Carrier, Molly Burke and Joellen Mrofchak. The group won second overall and earned a spot to re-compete in Revolution’s “Battle of the Champions.” They came from behind to win first place overall, and brought home the prestigious Premier Cup.
Neighbors | Submitted.Two students at Epic Dance Complex were selected to recompete in the National Title Pageant. Only three dancers from each age category earn the chance to dance for the title of Miss Dance America. Hannah Lintner (left), from Austintown, earned a Revolutionary Award, first place in her category, second overall high score and first runner-up to Mini Miss Dance America. Ava Briceland (right), from Boardman, earned a Revolutionary Award, first place in her category and third place overall. She came from behind in the National Title Pageant and was crowned Junior Miss Dance America. They are pictured with Tommy Porter.
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