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At the regional competition in February, her nine-member staff qualified for the state competition at the University of Kansas next Saturday, where they will Static Contraction Training compete against 1A and 2A students in 16 events. They also will be presented with the All Kansas award for their 2016 yearbook. The award is the highest level awarded for yearbooks by the KSPA. featured top story EHS students recognized for state competitions Apr 27, 2017 Buy Now JOLIE GREEN, jgreen@dailynews.net The Ellis High School cheer squad performs at a pep assembly honoring the accomplishments and state competition qualifications of different groups Thursday in the EHS gym. Members of FCCLA, FFA, forensics, journalism, music and powerlifting were celebrated for having competed at the state level, as well as those who will compete at state competitions later this month. Buy Now JOLIE GREEN, jgreen@dailynews.net Vocal teacher Stacey Williams talks about her students who competed in the regional competition, as well as those who will compete in the state solo and ensemble competition Saturday at Kansas Wesleyan University. Those performing include three soloists, percussion and flute ensembles, a freshmen womens ensemble and the EHS choir. Buy Now JOLIE GREEN, jgreen@dailynews.net Ellis High School journalism teacher Sheri Bedore recognizes her students the assembly. At the regional competition in February, her nine-member staff qualified for the state competition at the University of Kansas next Saturday, where they will compete against 1A and 2A students in 16 events. They also will be presented with the All Kansas award for their 2016 yearbook. The award is the highest level awarded for yearbooks by the KSPA.

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I ended up getting 6th in the world. It makes me feel happy that my work's paid off." Greashaber has always been athletic. He was a gymnast for 11 years -- a state champion in fact. He credits that skill for his ability to excel at crossfit. His fascination with high-intensity exercise began when he was 13 years old. Fast forward to present-day...and it's not just an activity, it's his life. Now when I wake up I realize I have crossfit, I don't have anything else. I have school and my homework and crossfit," he said. He's Static Contraction Training an amazing athlete. Cole has a gymnastics background, he's also a competitive diver at his high school.

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