Thursday, March 28, 2013
In addition to taking first place, the squad was awarded the highest overall score at the competition.
The Klinger Middle School Cheerleaders were awarded top prize at the Lower Bucks Cheerleading League Competition held at Morrisville High School earlier this month. The girls placed first in the competition and were awarded the highest score overall. "Its a big accomplishment for them and we are very proud," said Coach Jamie Chase. "They worked very hard." The cheerleaders performed a combination of partner stunts, pyramids, a cheer, tumbling and a dance, according to the school's website.
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Following the academic events, the White Legends are in the lead with a score of 73 to the Black Royals score of 60.
The long-standing tradition that pits classmate against classmate at William Tennent High School is underway. The academic portion of the school's Black and White Night events kicked off Wednesday. During the Black and White competition, the student body is divided into two teams, based upon the first initial of their last name. The black team is made up of students with the last names A through K while the white team is made up of students with the last names L through Z. The teams compete in various events over the course of three days. The first day consists of academic events, day two is focused on aquatic events and the last night of competition features gym-based events. This year the Black Royals are taking on the White Legends. …
Friday, March 1, 2013
Both the Varsity and JV squads swept their respective divisions.
The William Tennent High School Varsity Cheerleaders ended their season by taking first place in the District 1 Cheerleading Competition. The Competition was held at William Tennent High School Sunday. The team beat out 19 other squads to earn the title of Grand Champions with a leading score of 162.5, which was 14 points above the next highest score. Watch: the WTHS Varsity Cheerleading squad perform at the District 1 Cheer Competition. “All of the student athletes that competed displayed great attitudes, sportsmanship and talent,” said WTHS Varsity Cheerleading Coach Teneisha Reach The WTHS JV squad also earned first place in their division. And in their first time competing, the WTHS Freshman Cheerleaders earned second place at the …
Sunday, February 24, 2013
William Tennent High School hosted the District 1 Cheerleading Competition Sunday.
Thursday, January 19, 2012
Chalk up your cue stick and try to win a cash prize or just come out to watch the fun at Corner Pocket Billiards first annual trick shot competition this weekend.
Expect to see amazing feats on the felt this weekend at Corner Pocket Billiards (CPB) first annual trick shot competition this Saturday, Jan 21. Hosted by 20-year-old pool phenom Steve Markle, the contest is being co-sponsored by CPB and Dr. Cue productions. Ranked 9th in the country by the Artistic Pool and Trick Shot Association (APTSA), Bensalem native Markle splits his time between plying his trade on the professional tour and attending Bucks County Community College. No need to be intimidated by Markle’s skill level. The guy has been at this trick shot thing for more than 12 years now. Besides, he says this weekend's is more of the amateur variety competition. “Anyone can join,” said Markle. “There are eight pre-selected shots and…
Saturday, April 30, 2011
Catch the Robo Vikings in action.
Today is the final day of competition for the FIRST Robotics Championship in St. Louis. More than $15 million will be awarded to winners in this year’s championship. For more information on FIRST, visit www.usfirst.org.