South Brunswick Dance Team Again Dominates at Battle of the Northeast
The team earned three first place and one second place title for group performances, as well as earning the top three titles for senior solos.
The South Brunswick Dance Team flaunted their Viking spirit as they dominated the UDA (Universal Dance Association) Battle of the Northeast, a day-long competition hosted by the high school for junior varsity, varsity and college teams competing in jazz, pom and hip hop.
The varsity team earned a first place ranking with their jazz performance, wowing the audience as one dancer ran up the backs of her teammates like a staircase before flipping through the air. The Academy of Holy Angels placed first in pom, with South Brunswick coming in second.
The JV team placed first in both jazz and pom with two energy-packed performances that had the crowd roaring.
In the senior soloist division, each dancer was challenged with choreographing his or her one and a half minnute solo. Starr Vega placed third, Zoe Finkelstein and Sam Wereszczak tied for second and Christina Trautwien came in first.
Last year, the South Brunswick varsity and junior varsity teams claimed first place in pom and jazz, and had soloists place in the top three for the senior division.
Click through the photos for a peak into Sunday's competition. If you were at the competition make sure to upload your photos and videos of the team.