The King’s Academy’s five-time state champion varsity competition cheerleaders took home the first-place trophy at FHSAA regionals in Fort Lauderdale last weekend. The top two teams qualified to advance straight to the final round at states.
There were 22 teams in the division, and TKA took home the top placement with a team score of 87.45. The team received the highest score of the competition, out of approximately 50 teams participating last weekend. “I am so proud of this team,” head cheer coach Jenn Allen said. “Their heart, dedication and love for each other continues to shine through in their routines. Our team goal is to hit our most difficult routine possible flawlessly every time we compete. We continue to accomplish it one step at a time.”
The team will travel to Kissimmee this Saturday to seek its sixth consecutive state title at the 2015 FHSAA State Championship. “I have mixed emotions, as I watch our last two and a half minutes together next Saturday on the FHSAA finals floor,” she said. “I’m sad for the season to come to an end, but so excited to see them peak just at the right time.”
The King’s Academy is a nationally recognized private Christian school serving approximately 1,300 students from preschool through 12th grade. More information about TKA, visit www.tka.net.
ABOVE: The King’s Academy’s varsity competition cheerleaders.