Treasures, Buccanettes successful at competition

Published 12:11 am Saturday, March 10, 2018

The Treasures and Buccanettes from Bowling Green School had a great weekend of dance competition at the American All-Star Mardi Gras Classic at Chalmette High School last Saturday. Both teams placed in every performance.
The Buccanettes’ Abby Stogner won first place in solo.
The team was tops in team kick and second place for team pom and team jazz.
The Treasures’ Kylie Magee captured first place in solo.
Julia Knight and Addison Taylor recorded a second-place finish for duet. Taylor Jarrell, Magee and Caroline Wagner combined on a second-place trio.
The team won first place for team jazz, second for team kick and third in team pom.
Both teams were awarded in technique awards.

The Treasures captured team and individual awards in Chalmette at the American All-Star Mardi Gras Classic. Kneeling from left are captains Taylor Jarrell and Kamryn Passman; standing are Julia Knight, Addison Taylor, Caroline Wagner, Meleah Champagne, Anna Grace Hingle, Anna Claire Crowe, Peyton Dupuy, and Kylie Magee; not pictured is Sarah Beth Byrd.

The Buccanettes won several team awards and an individual award at the American All-Star Mardi Gras Classic in Chalmette. Kneeling from left are Elizabeth Powell, captain Maddie Sumrall and Sierra Jones; standing are Anna Beninato, Baleigh Jenkins, Clare Jones, Allie McCain, Emily McElveen, Angel Cooper, Maggie Jenkins, Callie Seal and Abby Stogner.