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    Briar Woods wins Dulles District competitive cheer crown

    photoThe Briar Woods Falcons, rejoicing as their newly won trophy is held aloft, won the Dulles District competitive cheer meet Oct. 20 on their home floor. That victory accompanies the regular season championship the Falcons claimed earlier this fall.—Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny

    Briar Woods edged Broad Run by 1.5 points to repeat as AA Dulles District competitive cheer champions Oct. 20 in front of its home fans in Ashburn.

    The host Falcons scored 229.5 points, while the Spartans were a close second with 228 points. Loudoun County (213) placed third, followed by Dominion (210.5) in fourth place.

    All four squads qualified for the Region II meet, scheduled for Nov. 6 at Orange County High School. Briar Woods is the defending Region II and AA State champions.

    Dulles District results
    Briar Woods (229.5)
    Broad Run (228)
    Loudoun County (213)
    Dominion (210.5)
    Potomac Falls (204.5)
    Freedom (202.5)
    Woodgrove (199.5)
    Tuscarora (171)
    Park View (130.5)


    photoThe Falcons spread their wings as the Briar Woods cheer squad performs its Dulles District championship-winning routing Oct. 20 in their home gymnasium.--Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny
    photoThe Broad Run Spartans show off their acrobatics during the Dulles District championship meet Oct. 20 at Briar Woods High School.--Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny
    photoLoudoun County goes into the spin cycle during its third-place performance at the Dulles District competitive cheer championships.--Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny
    photoDominion's competitive cheer squad smiles broadly during its routine in the Dulles District's championship meet. The Titans put up a 210.5-point performance to take fourth place in the nine-team competition, securing the meet's final Region II berth.--Times-Mirror Staff Photo/Beverly Denny

    The stamina, flexibility, endurance and training that is needed for cheerleading proves it IS A SPORT and should be universally recognized as such. These girls (and some guys) work very hard to achieve the perfection that is needed in competetive cheerleading.  Congratulations to all the squads that competed and good luck to those who are continuing on to Regions and States.

    Congrats to all the girls that took part in this competition.  I was there and was very impressed with all their hardwork and dedication.  I wouldn’t be surprised if the regional and state champion come from this district again.

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