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Competitive cheer team takes second at South Forsyth Classic
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The Dawson County Varsity and Junior Varsity Cheerleaders pose with their trophies from the 2018 South Forsyth Cheer Classic. - photo by For the Dawson County News
The Dawson County Competitive Cheerleading team was back in action at the 2018 South Forsyth Classic hosted by the South Forsyth War Eagles on Saturday, Oct. 20. An uncharacteristically sloppy routine from the Lady Tigers saw them finish the day in second place and ended their season-long winning streak at four. The Jefferson County Warriors took advantage of the situation and hoisted their first first-place trophy of the season. “We had stunting issues in our elite stunt, a mistake in our pyramid and a tumbling bust,” said Head Coach Kim Fleming. “Our scores were definitely lower this week due to errors in the routine.”