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Truro Twisters claim Nova Scotia title

The Truro Twisters won a provincial championship on the weekend in the Small Senior Level 3 Division at the Cheer Nova Scotia Provincials at RECC. More than 90 teams from clubs across Nova Scotia competed at the two-day event, which wraps up the competition season. Members of the team are, front, from left, Brooke Dash and Jaylah Bragg. Second row, Jaslynn Conley, Makayla Clark, Santanna Sampson, Chloe Dean, Kloey Newby, Janna MacLean and Havanna Payne. Third row, Shelby Thompson, Lily McCabe, Becca MacIsaac, Haley MacDonald, Brylee Yorke, Brooke MacDonald, Victoria Smith, Paige Christensen and Elizabeth MacQuarrie.
The Truro Twisters won a provincial championship on the weekend in the Small Senior Level 3 Division at the Cheer Nova Scotia Provincials at RECC. More than 90 teams from clubs across Nova Scotia competed at the two-day event, which wraps up the competition season. Members of the team are, front, from left, Brooke Dash and Jaylah Bragg. Second row, Jaslynn Conley, Makayla Clark, Santanna Sampson, Chloe Dean, Kloey Newby, Janna MacLean and Havanna Payne. Third row, Shelby Thompson, Lily McCabe, Becca MacIsaac, Haley MacDonald, Brylee Yorke, Brooke MacDonald, Victoria Smith, Paige Christensen and Elizabeth MacQuarrie. - Submitted

TRURO, N.S. – The Truro Twisters entered provincials on a roll and that’s how they finished.

The Truro All-Star Cheer and Tumble squad laid claim to the province’s Small Senior Level 3 Division title during the weekend at the Cheer Nova Scotia Provincials at RECC.

The team also picked up a specialty award for the event’s best stunts.

More than 90 teams from clubs across Nova Scotia competed at the two-day event, which wraps up the competition season.

Twisters came into the event after dominating their last outing at Maritime Meltdown in early March when they won their division and claimed the grand champion award for the event’s top scoring routine overall.

Truro’s other three entries all finished on the podium at provincials.

Truro Reign finished second in the Small Senior 1 Division while Truro Chill and Heatwave each nabbed third-place finishes.

Although the competition schedule is finished, Truro’s teams will continue to train throughout the summer before starting to prepare in the fall for next season’s events. The competition season typically runs from January until April.

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