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The Catonsville Stars Cheerleaders took home three honors at their competition this season.

The Central Maryland Football and Cheerleading Association hosted its second annual Cheerleading Competition at CCBC-Catonsville on Nov. 23.

The 7-9 squad won first place for their age group for the second year in a row.

Coaches Lindsey Thomas and Erin Fiato were responsible for the championship efforts of Megan Boller, Courtney Burton-Formhals, Julia Cholewcynzski, Victoria Crews, Karlie Dayhoff, Kelsey Granger, Stacy Hixenbaugh, Brittany Holtzner, Jessica Huchrowski, Briana Iacia, Franzie Jeannot, Erin Kratochwill, Miranda Liberto, Ariel Mekins, Candace Mekins, Rebecca Pierce, Chelsey Reitz, Delaney Roper, Jenna Sterner, Sarah Strauss, Chelsea Thomas, Ruby Tippett, Emily Uebel and Kaelee Wintermute.

The 9-11 squad, coached by Nicole Lowe finished second They included: Kendall Aughenbaugh, Rebecca Cardinale, Ana Cholewcynzski, Rachel Davis, Andrea Dendy, Caitlin Emerson, Mitchelle Espinoza, Alexis Gibson, Kelsey Hasenei, Chauncey Jones, Krysten Lewis, Courtney Mann, Shelby Schier, Catlyn Seebo, Kristen Seiber, Chelsea Snyder, Carlie Tyler and Stephanie Vaughn,

The 11-14 team, coached by Claudia De Leone and Lindsey Granger, also placed second.

The girls included: Chelsea Benbow, Sarah Britt, Ashley Bush, Ashley Busch, Rebecca Fischbach, Julia Garrison, Kelly Hill, Samantha Iacia, Ebony Johnson, Megan Lynam, Rachel Lynam, Sierra Miles, Emily Pendleton, Chrystal Phillips, Megan Pratt, Jasmine Redd, Lyndsay Scannell, Nicole Stafford, Samantha Sterner, Brittney Terzi, Drew Tyler and Danielle Wondoloski.

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