Rosarian Academy cheerleaders competed on Saturday, Jan. 24 in the Catholic Athletic League Varsity Cheerleading Competition held at Cardinal Newman High School.
Out of the seven local Catholic schools participating, Rosarian placed second. First place was awarded to St. Clare. The Rosarian cheerleaders received a trophy, a banner and individual medals.
“After a hectic week of replacements and working around injuries, the Rosarian girls pulled it off by placing second,” coach Miranda Comisky said. “I could not be more proud of our girls and all of the hard work and dedication they have put into this season.”
Founded in 1925, the Rosarian Academy educates students in early childhood through eighth grade. The coeducational Catholic school is located on Flagler Drive in downtown West Palm Beach. For more info., visit www.rosarian.org.
ABOVE: (Front row) Emma Guerreri, Alana Marchese, Georgia Blumel and Sailor Kate Ashley; (middle row) Elizabeth Guerreri, Olivia Colangelo, Charlotte Breckenridge, Izzy Goldstein, Lolly Colton and Leyla Said; (back row) Kelly Sullivan, Katie Agnew, coach Miranda Comisky, assistant coach Chloe Mikus, assistant coach Jordan Rahm and assistant coach Juliet Mikus.