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Multimedia: IHSA Cheer Competition

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  • The Normal Community Co-Ed Competitive Cheer team competed in the State tournament for the first time in school history.

  • Community finished in 23rd out of 25th – scoring a total of 79.77 points . Only the top 10 teams advanced to Saturday’s final performance.

  • The NCHS cheer squad attempts to engage the crowd – one of the categories teams were judged upon

  • Flyers Regan, Volz, Madalyn Michael, and Nia Merritt attempt to lock out a stunt.

  • The Buffalo Grove Bison would go on to win the 2016 IHSA State title.

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Rachel Leman, Staff Reporter
Rachel Leman is a fourth-year student at Normal Community High School and a member of the NCHS Marching Ironmen. This is her first year at the Inkspot, and she takes the role of a staff reporter. I tend to be the most comfortable in front of a computer, when I feel like anything is possible because of new international reach. The Internet has changed the way we communicate, and communication between cultures, lifestyles, and personalities is what inspires me the most. The central hub of cultural-blending is an urban city life, which is why my dream is to spend my days writing in New York City, Washington DC, Seattle, Los Angeles, Chicago, London, Paris, or basically any big city across the world. I would even learn a new language if it meant I could write in Dubai, Cairo, or New Dehli, but at this point, the farthest I’ve been from home is NYC.
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