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by Coach Vicki Seston
The Colfax Varsity Dance Team competed this past Saturday, March 13 in the Western Wisconsin Conference Competition.
The Vikings competed as a team with their Jazz routine to “Kingdom Come” and with their Pom routine to “Happy”. With a combined score for both routines, Colfax came in third place in the Dunn-St. Croix Conference.
Four of the Colfax dancers competed in the solo or ensemble categories working to be named part of the all-conference teams – first team all-conference for soloists and second team all-conference for ensembles.
Brynn Bergeson and Brooklyn Stehling choreographed a Pom duet to a remix of “Girls Run the World” and made second team all-conference and also earned first place with their routine. Katie Riley choreographed a solo to “Falling” and made first team all-conference and earned third place with her routine. Jaida Riley choreographed a solo to “Heather” and also made first team all-conference and earned fourth place with her routine.
“I am so proud of all the efforts of the dancers and all their hard work. This year, with the blocked competitions, these ladies are performing routines in some cases with only enough time to change costumes between performances and, as with other sports, dancing while wearing masks. It takes more stamina and effort than any other year,” said Colfax coach Vicki Seston.
This Saturday, March 20, Colfax will conclude its “live performance” season in the WACPC Regional competition being held at Hudson High School. This competition will determine if the team moves on to compete at the State level. The team routines, the soloists and this year the ensembles can be recognized at the WACPC State Dance competition which will be a fully virtual competition taking place at the end of April.