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Sterling Silver dancers dazzle at national competition

The senior hip hop team, “Eminem,” received a double platinum award and earned the advanced large group national championship title.

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Sterling Silver Studio's senior hip hop team, "Eminem," performs during the Showstopper Gulf Coast Finals July 8-11 in Galveston, Texas. The team earned the championship title for their division. (Photo courtesy of Sterling Silver Studio)

Sterling Silver Studio performers earned top honors during the Showstopper Gulf Coast Finals July 8-11 in Galveston, Texas. The Superior team competed against dozens of dance studios from around the nation during the event.

Sterling Silver’s senior hip hop team, “Eminem,” received a double platinum award and earned the advanced large group national championship title.

Members of the championship team include Coral Anderson, Emma Fornengo, Casey Herubin, Emma Johnson, Rokkyn Kavajecz, Traxx Kavajecz, Bella Olson, Zoe Schnell, Mady Seacotte, Macie Tuura and Taylor Tuura, all of Superior. The team is coached by Carrie Lahr.

In addition to the championship team title, Herubin received first place overall in the adult performance solo category, Fornengo received a platinum award in the senior advanced solo category and Rokkyn Kavajecz won a platinum award for her solo vocal performance of "Creep.”

''On The Radio,'' Sterling Silver's advanced senior twirl team, received a platinum award and third place overall in the senior advanced small groups category.

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Sterling Silver Studio's senior hip hop team, "Eminem," pose with the trophies they won during the Showstopper Gulf Coast Finals July 8-11 in Galveston, Texas. The team earned the championship title for their division. (Photo courtesy of Sterling Silver Studio)

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