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September 27, 2013

Tahlequah to compete at state

Tahlequah High School’s cheerleading squad will compete at this week’s state tournament in the large co-ed division. The Lady Tigers finished second at last week’s regional tournament, finishing behind Broken Arrow. “I’ll take runner-up behind the defending state champs and largest school in the state anytime,” Tahlequah coach Vickie Elliott said. Tahlequah squads members include: Madeline Doss, Courtney Spears, Alexis Girdner, Ciera Harper, Loren Breshears, Mikayla Corn, Madison Scott, Maurilio Sierra, Kelsi Edgell, Alli George, Taylor Deason, Taylor Lynn, Jordan Phillips and Rayne Bailey. Assisting Elliott is Lisa Yahola.

 

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