By Ashton Beck
In 2003, the Dazzlers began their consecutive wins at the UDA National Championship in Orlando, Florida. All the way to 2011, they won in the Pom division, but in 2012 it was the first time they double-titled in both pom and hip-hop.
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Seniors Matthew Siebert and Charlie Loveall cool off on a slip n slide before the game.
Senior Matthew Siebert enjoys the foamy slip n slide before the game.
Sophomore Olivia Babbitt gets the crowd hyped for the game.
Freshman Emrie Ipsan looks toward the field as the Highlanders hold possession.
Senior Gaige Klingsmith cools off between plays last Friday night.
Sophomore Jenna Hall enjoys getting the crowd excited with her cheers.
Senior Gaige Klingsmith attempts to evade the tackle from a defensive Madison player.
Junior Yuriko Tashiro leads the marching band performance during halftime.
Senior Gaige Kilngsmith peers at his teammates after an unsuccessful third down conversion.
Photos by Samanta Garcia
Senior Katie Tarr cheers on the team during the game Friday.
Sophomore Ceci Quinn dances in unison with the rest of her teammates.
Junior Aron Hamilton twirls her flag during halftime as a part of the marching band performance.
The Dazzlers perform their routine at halftime.
Floyd defense waits for the Madison snap.
Sophomore Antonio Villegas gets a drink of water after coming out of the game for a break.
Freshman Rosie Allen dances during the game to help get the fans hyped.
Senior Adam Wallace hydrates himself between plays.
Senior Coral Portman helps get the crowd pumped up by cheering the team on.
Senior Colton Kimm prepares himself to go back into the game.
Senior Kayleigh Brewer tries to cheer on the crowd as FC trails to Madison.
Freshman Kyleigh Nalley lifts up the “FC” in the “we are FC” chant.
Photos by Blake Dykes
This week the cheerleaders placed fourth in their division in Dallas.
This weekend the Dazzlers performed at UDA Nationals in Orlando. They placed first in Hip Hop, and second in Pom.
The wrestling team received the crown at the 26th annual sectionals this weekend.
Boys’ swimming placed second at their conference meet and girls placed first at their conference meet.