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Bridget’s wraps up competition season

Bridget’s Dance Conservatory competed in three competitions this season. These competitions were Kids Artistic Revue, held March 8-10 at the Burnsville Ames Center, Hall of Fame, held April 3-7 at Roy Wilkins Auditorium, and Talent on Parade, held May 17-19 at the Minneapolis Convention Center.

• Paige Leibeg, Kylie Poshusta and Salma Masood contemporary trio – Top first place, platinum, double diamond, and three first places overall, overall grand champs category cup winner. Kylie Poshusta and Salma Masood lyrical duet- First place, first place platinum, double diamond and third place overall. Emily and Mary Eich tap duet – Top first place and first place overall, high gold, elite and second place overall.

• Senior Company lyrical- First place, high gold, and a diamond award. Senior Company jazz- Top first place and third place overall, platinum and judges choice, double diamond and third place overall, overall grand champs category cup winner. Senior Company tap- top first place and second place overall, high gold, and a diamond award.

• Senior soloists: Paige Leibeg – Two top first place and second place overall, won title of Ms. Teen KAR, two platinums and sixth place overall, top in category, judges choice award, two double diamonds and first place overall and second runner up for title. Salma Masood – Top first place and fourth place overall, first runner up for title, platinum and eighth place overall, a diamond award and fifth runner up for title and 10th place overall. Rachael Riley – First place and ninth place overall, high gold and a diamond award. Alex Jovaag – First place, high gold and an elite award. Emily Toland – First place and 10th place overall, third runner up for title, high gold and a diamond award. Kylie Poshusta – First place and sixth place overall, second runner up for title, high gold, a diamond award and eighth place overall.

Junior Company: Salman Masood, Jenna Hetzel, Evelyn Ravenhorst, Andrieta Jiminez-Silva, Emily Hansen, Molly Hansen, Carly Nelson, Rachel Danielson, Kylie Nienow, & Kira Halvorson.

• Junior Company tap – Top first place and judges choice for most entertaining and video pick of the week, high gold, judges choice award and a diamond award. Junior Company jazz – Top first place and fifth place overall, high gold, double diamond, sixth place overall and judges choice award. Junior Company lyrical – First Place and judges choice for dramatic performance, high gold, judges choice award, double diamond and 10th place overall.

• Junior soloists: Salman Masood solo – First place, first runner up for title of Mr. Junior Dance, platinum, platinum elite fifth place overall, judges choice, a diamond award, seventh place overall, judges choice award, and runner up for top entertainer. Jenna Hetzel solo – First place, platinum judges choice and a diamond award. Monika Bissen – an elite award and third place overall.

• Teen soloists: Rachel Danielson solo – Top first place, third runner up for Ms. Teen dance, high gold and a diamond award. Kira Halvorson solo – Top first place, fourth runner up for Ms. Teen Dance, high gold and a diamond award. Kylie Nienow solo – Top first place, second runner up for Ms. Teen Dance, platinum and an elite award. Mary Eich solo – First place, high gold and an elite award.

Petite Company: Monika Bissen, Zoey Wiseman, Zoe Steinkamp, Audrina King, Lily Schulz, Kinley Kirchhoff, and Kamilla Birdsong.

• Petite Company jazz – High gold, an elite award, fifth place overall and two judges choice awards.

• NYC scholarships, all-star/scholarship winners: Trio, Senior Company tap, Alex Jovaag, Mary and Emily Eich duet, Junior Company Jazz and Tap, Kylie Nienow, Salma Masood, Salman Masood, Jenna Hetzel, Rachel Danielson and Paige Leibeg.

Come see these routines as well as several others at 6 p.m. on Sunday, June 2, at Knowlton Auditorium, Austin High School. Tickets are available at the door for $10.