Dunbar, Madison Central, Clark Co. win state cheer championships

December 14, 2013 

Paul Laurence Dunbar, Mercy Academy, Madison Central, Clark County and Bullitt Central won state titles Saturday at the second annual KHSAA Competitive Cheer Championships at Lexington's Alltech Arena.

Dunbar won the all-girl large division with a score of 274.4, finishing ahead of second-place Greenup County and third-place Conner.

Mercy was champion of the all-girl medium category with 278.4 points, beating out Ryle and Letcher County Central.

Madison Central was No. 1 among all-girl small teams with 282.6 points, narrowly beating out Madisonville (281.4) and Somerset (276.3).

Clark County took the all-girl super-large division with 274.3 points, besting Henry Clay and Pleasure Ridge Park.

Bullitt Central captured the coed category with 273.5 points, finishing ahead of Graves County and Owensboro.



Paul Laurence Dunbar 274.4, Greenup Co. 268.3, Conner 265.8, Estill Co. 262.4, Belfry 261.4, North Bullitt 260.3, Graves Co. 259.1, Montgomery Co. 258.2, South Oldham 255.5, Elizabethtown 255.1, Union Co. 253.2, Greenwood 250.7, Knox Central 249.9, Muhlenberg Co. 244.8, Garrard Co. 240.8, Central 234.5.


Mercy 278.4, Ryle 269.6, Letcher Co. Central 266.8, Scott Co. 263.9, Ballard 263.7, Pulaski Co. 262.7, LaRue Co. 258.8, Rowan Co. 257, Corbin 254.7, Magoffin Co. 250.9, South Warren 247.4, Bourbon Co. 244.5, Henderson Co. 243.7, Calloway Co. 241.8, Shelby Co. 241.6, Apollo 208.3.


Madison Central 282.6, Madisonville 281.4, Somerset 276.3, Bullitt East 276, Pikeville 275.8, Perry Co. Central 272.9, Harrison Co. 266.8, South Laurel 255.3, Manual 252.7, Fleming Co. 248.5, McLean Co. 246.8, Thomas Nelson 245.5, Covington Holy Cross 243.9, South Warren 227.8, Grant Co. 223.3.


Clark Co. 274.3, Henry Clay 270.7, Pleasure Ridge Park 267.3, Male 263.1, East Carter 260.6, Cooper 255.9, North Oldham 255.7, Todd Co. Central 252.3, Daviess Co. 249.9, Shelby Valley 249.8, Bell Co. 244.4, Marion Co. 232.8, Hazard 208.1.


Bullitt Central 273.5, Graves Co. 267.4, Owensboro 260.4, Central Hardin 260, Russell Co. 255.8, Madison Southern 251.5, Pendleton Co. 242.4, Spencer Co. 239.7, Hopkins Co. Central 223.8, Pike Co. Central 221, Mercer Co. 216.5, Waggener 214, Fairview 190.7, Jenkins 178.


National Guard Best and Brightest Award — Barbara Wright, Shelby Valley.

Forcht Bank Uncommon Excellence Award — Carleen Kibbey, Greenup Co.

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