Just Dance! attended 24 Seven Dance Convention in Atlanta from March 22-24, 2019.

“The talent at this competition is unreal,” says Lindsey Gentry. “It is a great experience for our dancers to see their peers performing at this level.”

In addition to the competition, dancers took two full days of classes from some of the top dance faculty in the nation. Read why we love dance conventions.

Dead Hearts smallThe following dances earned Stop the Clock honors – nearly perfect scores: “Dead Hearts,” “Upgrade,” and We’ll Take Care of Ourselves.”

“Dead Hearts” was also the judge’s favorite dance from the studio (Studio Showcase) and named an 11 O’Clock number for being one of the judges favorite dances for the age group.

The following Just Dancers are Non-Stop Dancer Finalists:

Mini: Lorelei Lingle and Berkley Segars

Junior: Maggie Bednarczyk and Grace Martin

Teen: Addison Adams, Leilah Baird, Lana Baird, Caitlyn Hall

Senior: Justice Wooden and Gracen Nelson

The following Just Dancers Earned Hi-Five Scholarships:

Tap: Blakley Thrasher

Jazz/Contemporary: Jade Boerman, Dailyn Strock, Raelyn LaCavera, Brynna Newell, Payton Luckie

Ballet: Lawson Walasek

Hip Hop: Caitlyn Burn, Milo Timpanaro-Throop, Caroline Harkins

Here are Just Dance! Competition Results:

Top Score Solos:

Senior SoloistsSidekick: Hayden Quick (3rd overall)

Mini: Raelyn LaCavera and Berkley Segars (9th overall)

Junior: Maggie Bednarczyk (10th overall)

Teen: Lana Baird (6th overall), Leilah Baird and Caitlyn Hall (8th overall)

Senior: Justice Wooden (7th overall), Gracen Nelson and Jade Boerman (8th overall)

Top Score Groups:

Mini Extended Line: “Jet Set” (3rd overall)

Teen Small Group: “Dead Hearts” (2nd overall), “We’ll Take Care of Ourselves”