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Students from Westbrook Dance Academy performed at halftime of the UConn women’s basketball team’s game versus Central Florida on Jan. 27. Pictured are (back row) Megan Murphy (Old Saybrook), Mara Kelley (Old Saybrook), Kaylene Koelle (Clinton), Calla Gilson (Old Saybrook), Julie Reed-Russo, Isabella Johnson (Clinton), Alix Giannini (Old Saybrook), Danielle Boucher (Old Saybrook), Madison Grady (Clinton), Bryana Bartlett (Madison), Gabrielle Walker (Westbrook), and Emma Bach (Essex); (third row) Kylee Pascale (Old Saybrook) and Olivia Hartmann (Clinton); (second row) Lia Aniskovich (Clinton), Bridget Johnson (Clinton), Charlotte Bach (Essex), Ella Marshall (Westbrook), Alexa Cardello (Old Saybrook), Mia Stowik (Westbrook), Sophie Furcolo (Westbrook), Victoria Tangredi (Westbrook), and Cassadra Garcia (Old Saybrook); (front row) Audrey Bragg (Clinton), Aubrey Meyer (Clinton), Layla Dwyer (Clinton), and Delaney Keefe (Westbrook). (Photo courtesy of David Reed-Russo )
Westbrook Dance Academy’s students hit the floor to participate in the halftime show of the Huskies’ 93-57 victory over Central Florida at the XL Center in Hartford. (Photo courtesy of David Reed-Russo )
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On Jan. 27, several students from Westbrook Dance Academy performed in front of a crowd of more than 12,000 fans during halftime of the UConn women’s basketball team’s game against Central Florida at the XL Center in Hartford. The students, who range in age from 7 to 17, performed a high-energy, nine-minute routine at that was well received by those in attendance. The participating students, under the direction of Julie Reed-Russo and Daneille Boucher were Megan Murphy, Mara Kelley, Calla Gilson, Alix Giannini, Kylee Pascale, Alexa Cardello, and Cassandra Garcia of Old Saybrook; Kaylene Koelle, Isabella Johnson, Madison Grady, Olivia Hartmann, Lia Aniskovich, Bridget Johnson, Audrey Bragg, Aubrey Meyer, and Layla Dwyer from Clinton; Bryana Bartlett of Madison; Gabrielle Walker, Mia Stowik, Sophie Furcolo, Victoria Tangredi, Ella Marshall, and Delaney Keefe of Westbrook; and Emma Bach and Charlotte Bach from Essex.
Information courtesy of David Reed-Russo
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