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Hugoton Teen Wins KSCB’s Gangnam Style Dance Contest

KSCB News - October 26, 2012 5:59 am

Tessa Rindels is a 17 year old senior at Hugoton High School. During her high school years she will have played 4 years on the girl’s golf team, softball team and the basketball dance squad, multi-lettering in each. She has also choreographed numbers for the dance squad. As a sophomore she was a dancer in the Hugoton High School production of Bye Bye Birdie and will be appearing in the upcoming musical Beauty and the Beast. She also entertained with a self-choreographed dance number at the Sorghum Queen Pagent in July. Her plans for college are still undecided.



At the Kansas Dance Alliance Camp in June 2012 she earned Top Gun Honors in Hip Hop competition. She also qualified as All-American earning the privilege of dancing in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City.



She will be spending 6 days in NYC to learn the routines from the 17th-23rd of November.



Tessa has danced her heart out at fund raising events for the last few months… she has reached approximately 85% of her goal.



Tessa is the daughter of Ron and Suzi Rindels of Hugoton. They are very proud of all Tessa’s accomplishments and are grateful to all who have donated to give their daughter this once in a lifetime opportunity.

The Best Gangnam Style Dancer & winner of $100 from Al Shank Insurance: Tessa Rindels of Hugoton! Tessa has been named ‘All American’ by the National Dance Alliance, which qualifies her to dance in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City!

 

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