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Conant fetes champion cheerleaders

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  • Conant senior cheerleader Scott Ruzanski presents Principal Tim Cannon with the state championship trophy at Friday's pep rally at the Hoffman Estates school. The coed squad performed its title-winning routine during the pep rally.

      Conant senior cheerleader Scott Ruzanski presents Principal Tim Cannon with the state championship trophy at Friday's pep rally at the Hoffman Estates school. The coed squad performed its title-winning routine during the pep rally.
    photos courtesy of District 211

  • Senior cheerleader Hannah Shoro presents Conant Principal Tim Cannon with the sectional title plaque at a school pep rally Friday.

      Senior cheerleader Hannah Shoro presents Conant Principal Tim Cannon with the sectional title plaque at a school pep rally Friday.
    courtesy of District 211

  • The Conant High School coed cheerleading squad performs its state championship-winning routine at a pep rally Friday.

      The Conant High School coed cheerleading squad performs its state championship-winning routine at a pep rally Friday.
    courtesy of District 211

  • The Conant High School band plays as part of Friday's pep rally celebrating the coed cheerleading team's state championship.

      The Conant High School band plays as part of Friday's pep rally celebrating the coed cheerleading team's state championship.
    courtesy of District 211

  • The Conant High School coed cheerleading squad performs its state championship-winning routine at a pep rally Friday.

      The Conant High School coed cheerleading squad performs its state championship-winning routine at a pep rally Friday.
    courtesy of District 211

 
Daily Herald report

Conant High School Friday held a pep rally to celebrate its team winning the Illinois High School Association state coed cheerleading championship last Saturday in Bloomington.

The cheerleaders at the Hoffman Estates school ran through their winning routine for the student body, and members of the squad presented school Principal Tim Cannon with the plaque and trophy marking their successful season.

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