Dance Team: Rangers score a 1st and 2nd

Three area dance teams competed Thusday, Jan. 21

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ELK RIVER — Crosby-Ironton won jazz and placed second in kick at the Spectrum Competition Thursday, Jan 21.

“We had a great showing at the Spectrum competition, especially with our jazz dance,” said head coach Rachel Norwood. “We increased our overall point total by around 20 points from last Saturday, which is exciting with only 3 days of practice in between. We can’t wait to see how this team keeps growing.”

C-I scored 289 points and three rank points in winning jazz. C-I scored more points than first-place Minnewaska in kick, but lost by one rank point.


Team scores:
Jazz: 1-Crosby-Ironton (289 points, 3 rank points), 2-Minnewaska (281 points, 6 rank points), 3-Spectrum (200 points, 9 rank points)
Kick: 1-Minnewaska (280 points, 4 rank points), 2-Crosby-Ironton (281 points, 5 rank points), 3-Spectrum (219 points, 9 rank points)
Next: Crosby-Ironton in Mid-State Conference meet at Detroit Lakes Friday, Jan. 22.
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