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Spardettes to host region competition Jan. 23 at 6 p.m.


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The Spardettes have been hard at work preparing for region this Wednesday at EHS.

On Nov. 7, 2007 each 3A school in Utah sent three members of their high school drill team to tryout for the 3A Allstate Drill Team.

After tryouts among more than 70 girls, 20 girls were chosen to be members of the 2007-2008 3A Allstate drill team. The 3A Allstate Drill Team will have the opportunity to perform at the Miss Utah USA Pageant to be held in February.

According to Emery's drill team advisor Amanda Frandsen, not only did Emery High Spardette's Drill Mistress Mallorie Mason make the team, she was in the top 10.

Mallorie is the 18 year old daughter of Keven and Earlene Mason of Huntington.

During this school year, the Spardettes competed in numerous competitions. Their record is: Dec. 15, 2007 at the Jordan Beet Classic, Emery took second place in their novelty routine; Jan. 5 at the Great Basin competition in Delta, Emery took second place in dance and novelty; and on Jan. 12 at the Richfield competition held at the Sevier Vally Center, Emery took second in military, third in dance, fourth in novelty and fifth in kick among the seven teams competing.

The 2007- 2008 Emery High Spardettes are: Mallorie Mason, Jaylene Mangum, Shelby Huntington, Shalee Scow, Jessica Labrum, AnnDee Adams, Heather Madsen, Leisha Magnuson, McCall Spears, Devyn Mann, Kara Stilson, Miranda Stokes, Chalet Hooley, Megan Allred, Meran Allred and Tylynn Webster.

The Emery High Spardettes were the 2007 Region Champions. This hadn't been accomplished in 10 years.


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