Perfect Pompon Performances

Football wasn’t the only big sporting event happening on Super Bowl Sunday. Starting early in the morning at Michigan State’s Breslin Center, the Great Lakes Bay Region was well-represented at the 2016 Mid-American state pompon competition.

Football wasn’t the only big sporting event happening on Super Bowl Sunday. Starting early in the morning at Michigan State’s Breslin Center, the Great Lakes Bay Region was well-represented at the 2016 Mid-American state pompon competition.

In a flurry of bobby pins, blush, and kicklines, teams from all over the state prepared to take home the No. 1 spot for their respective divisions. From the middle school first-timers to the seasoned collegiate competitors, pom faces were on and music selections were ready. Check out where your team placed in the final rankings, and congratulate everyone on a job well done.

 

Collegiate

2nd – Michigan State University

3rd – Saginaw Valley State University

5th – Central Michigan University

 

Class A Varsity

6th – Heritage

8th – HH Dow

 

Class A Division II

3rd – Midland

 

Class B Varsity

2nd – John Glenn

3rd – Swan Valley

4th – Freeland

 

Class C/D Varsity

1st – Valley Lutheran

2nd – Nouvel

3rd – Hemlock

 

Junior Varsity

2nd – Heritage

4th – Midland

5th – HH Dow

 

Middle School

6th – White Pine Middle School

8th – Christa McAuliffe Middle School

9th – Hemlock Middle School

10th – Swan Valley Middle School

 

PHOTO CAPTION:
The Swan Valley High School varsity pompon squad at the 2016 Mid-American Pompon competition

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