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Just Dance shows fancy footwork at Showstopper state competition

Kaelyn Geer competes in the lyrical category at the Showstopper Dance Competition.
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Northwest Colorado dancers were in tip-top shape and on their toes for a recent state event.

Bella Short competes in the tap category at the Showstopper Dance Competition.
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The young members of Craig studio Just Dance competed from Feb. 28 to March 1 in Denver at the Showstopper Dance Competition, amid hundreds of studios from around the state.

Eden Butler competes in the hip hop category at the Showstopper Dance Competition.
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With five dancers placing in the contest across multiple categories, they will move on to the national round of competition. 

Just Dance earned first place platinum honors in two events, with Eden Butler winning the Advanced Junior Hip Hop division and Bella Short taking top honors in Competitive Teen Tap.

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Brylee Hampton competes in the contemporary category at the Showstopper Dance Competition.
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Brylee Hampton gained third place platinum in the Advanced Junior Contemporary category, while sixth place Ruby Short took seventh place platinum in the Competitive Teen Contemporary.

Ruby Short competes in the contemporary category at the Showstopper Dance Competition.
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In Advanced Junior Lyrical, Kaelyn Geer took sixth place platinum.

Just Dance will feature its full company in its spring recital, “Candy Land,” in May.


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