Dance Team: Little Falls and Pequot Lakes compete in Monticello

Area Dance from Jan. 29

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MONTICELLO โ€” Little Falls and Pequot Lakes each competed in the Monticello invite Saturday, Jan. 30.

Little Falls finished 11th in both jazz and kick. The Flyers

Team results

Jazz: 1-Sauk Rapids 383, 2-Becker 375, 3-Detroit Lakes 362, 4-Rocori 346, 5-Zimmerman 345, 6-St. Francis 335, 7-Monticello 335, 8-Alexandria 297, 9-Bemidji 289, 10-Albany 278, 11-Little Falls 279, 12-Pequot Lakes 268, 12-Foley 255

Kick: 1-Becker 370, 2-Sauk Rapids 368, 3-Rocori 353, 4-Zimmerman 347, 5-Alexandria 333, 6-St. Francis 334, 7-Monticello 316, 8-Foley 307, 9-Albany 305, 10-Detroit Lakes 298, 11-Little Falls 294, 12-Pequot Lakes 289, 13-Bemidji 285

Pierz gets 3rd and 5th

NEW LONDON โ€” Pierz earned a third-place finish and a fifth-place finish at the New London-Spicer Invite Saturday, Jan. 29.


The Pioneers were third in kick with a score of 285 and fifth in jazz with a score of 233.

Team results

Jazz: 1-Holdingford 273, 2-New London-Spicer 275, 3-Worthington 273, 4-BBE-Paynesville 242, 5-Pierz 233, 6-Melrose 295, 7-Sauk Centre 142

Kick: 1-Holdingford 302, 2-Melrose 294, 3-Pierz 285, 4-New London-Spicer 284, 5-BBE-Paynesville 269, 6-Worthington 272, 7-Wabasso 194, 8-Sauk Centre 186.

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