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By Matthew Peaslee

Ringgold’s historic competitive cheerleading season continued in March with a silver-medal performance at the WPIAL championships.


Ringgold Competitive Cheer Earns Silver at WPIAL Championships

On March 13 at Hempfield High School, the Ringgold cheerleading squad took on some of the most athletic squads in the region and stood up against the best of the best. The Rams won the AA Small Division and placed second overall, behind only Neshannock. Ringgold finished with 69.8 points while Neshannock earned the top spot at 75.8.

With their second-place finish the Rams have earned a spot in the PIAA competitive cheerleading championship, which will be held April 10 in Hershey.

Members of the Ringgold competitive cheerleading team include Eden Abenque, Alina Bianchi, Nila Forlini, Rylee Fresh, Kirra Gerard, Jaime Gilman, Karley Kray, Lauren Kreutzer, Kenzye Krivijanski, Kelley Kulp, Angelina Massey, Kendal Morgan, Tiffany Rongaus, Kylie Skorvan, Kensi Staffen, Ava Trettel and Ava Walsh.




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