Lake Washington High placed first in military and second in pom at the 3A dance/drill state championships on March 22 at the Yakima Valley SunDome. Pictured are the Kangs performing their military (top) and pom routines. Courtesy photos

Lake Washington High placed first in military and second in pom at the 3A dance/drill state championships on March 22 at the Yakima Valley SunDome. Pictured are the Kangs performing their military (top) and pom routines. Courtesy photos

Dancing to first place at state

  • Wednesday, March 27, 2019 11:17am
  • Sports

Lake Washington High placed first in military and second in pom at the 3A dance/drill state championships on March 22 at the Yakima Valley SunDome. Pictured are the Kangs performing their military (top) and pom routines. The team is: Sophia Vodov, Sarah Vincent, Sonam Ngoche, Layali Almoaibed, Kayrene Walker, Anna Lewis, Kaia Seno, Reese Henderson, Anna Rongerude, Arianne Greene, Elle Seeler, Reese Lattin, Bea Coutinho, Emma Galloway, Rina Suzuki, Sophia Prokop, Annabelle Martin, Taara Elahi, Madde Lawrence, Arisa Brown, Maddie Burns, Sophie Crane and Malia Berbano. Coaches are: Lindsey Ryan, Amy Moorhead, Jeanne Gloudemans, Jennifer Hahn and Michelle Coon. Courtesy photos


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Back row: Sophia Vodov, Sarah Vincent, Sonam Ngoche, Layali Almoaibed, Kayrene Walker, Anna Lewis, Kaia Seno, Reese Henderson, Anna Rongerude, Arianne Greene and Elle Seeler. Middle row: Reese Lattin, Bea Coutinho, Emma Galloway, Rina Suzuki, Sophia Prokop, Annabelle Martin, Taara Elahi and Madde Lawrence. Front row: Arisa Brown, Maddie Burns, Sophie Crane and Malia Berbano. Coaches not pictured: Lindsey Ryan, Amy Moorhead, Jeanne Gloudemans, Jennifer Hahn and Michelle Coon. Courtesy photo

Back row: Sophia Vodov, Sarah Vincent, Sonam Ngoche, Layali Almoaibed, Kayrene Walker, Anna Lewis, Kaia Seno, Reese Henderson, Anna Rongerude, Arianne Greene and Elle Seeler. Middle row: Reese Lattin, Bea Coutinho, Emma Galloway, Rina Suzuki, Sophia Prokop, Annabelle Martin, Taara Elahi and Madde Lawrence. Front row: Arisa Brown, Maddie Burns, Sophie Crane and Malia Berbano. Coaches not pictured: Lindsey Ryan, Amy Moorhead, Jeanne Gloudemans, Jennifer Hahn and Michelle Coon. Courtesy photo

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