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Cache Valley Ballroom dancers received very first place at very last week’s Utah Basic Ballroom

Cache Valley Ballroom dancers received very first place at very last week’s Utah Basic Ballroom Dance Competitiveness where by dancers from all about northern Utah and southern Idaho competed at West Aspect High School.

CVB’s Gold A Crew gained 1st location in the best division with their swing regime and 2nd position for their Viennese waltz. The Gold B Group gained next position for their swing general performance and fourth position for their fox trot and cha-cha routines. The silver group also earned next place awards in every single of their foxtrot, swing, and cha-cha performances in the amateur division.

“I am so happy of our teams mainly because they have worked extremely challenging this year and put their heart and soul into their dancing, and it confirmed,” CVB coach Sherri Rallison mentioned. “Plus, they experienced a good time out on the floor, and that is what would make a staff really enjoyable to look at.”



Ella Jepsen, Traven Garner, Will Lemmon and Rebekah Lattin gained very first location for particular person few routines: Lemmon and Lattin for their Latin dance in the highest division, and Garner and Jepsen gained initial location for their cha-cha regimen.




Moreover, two CVB partners won first area for their person pair routines. Will Lemmon of Weston, ID, and Rebekah Lattin of Smithfield, UT, won the top place out of dozens of partners for their Latin dance efficiency in the best division, whilst companions Traven Garner of Clifton, ID, and Ella Jepsen of Mink Creek, ID, received initially put for their cha-cha plan.

“Ballroom is a lot of exciting and I like that it is not your regular activity,” Will Lemmon explained. “And the ballroom neighborhood is super supportive of equally new and longtime dancers, which just will make for a good time for absolutely everyone.”