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High School Sports

July 31, 2013

McClelland an All-State cheerleader

Cheerleader Nikki McClelland (in the air, on the right) will represent Tahlequah High School at the Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State events this week in Tulsa. McClelland will be on the East squads at the girls basketball game on Wednesday, the boys basketball game on Thursday and the football game on Friday. The basketball games will be at the Mabee Center at Oral Roberts University while the football game will be held at Union High School’s Tuttle Stadium. After the All-State events, McClelland will join the cheerleading squad at the University of Central Arkansas.

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