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Dancing Through the Competition

Male Co-Ed standing in parade rest during practice.

Male Co-Ed standing in parade rest during practice.

Male Co-Ed standing in parade rest during practice.

Male Co-Ed standing in parade rest during practice.

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     The Morse co-ed dance team participates in their first competition of the school year, in which, the team trains to achieve a rank in Regionals at Rancho Bernardo High School on January 19, 2019.

     The West Coast Elite Dance presents various dance and drill team competitions across the United States for high school, middle school, elementary, and All Star dance teams. Morse co-ed has been a representative every year for three years.

     “Taking home a good placing in the competition would really help the Morse dance’s image,” stated All-male co-captain Giericko Peralta.

     Both teams strive to share the talent and potential Morse students has to other communities.

     “Morse Dance is a good place for everyone to start growing as a musically-inclined school and be more connected to home and family,” said All-female captain Danica Angeles.

     From dance classes to workshops to live performances, Morse dance team trains to gain confidence in preparation for the competition.

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