Just Dance! 2017 NYCDA Greenville Results

New York City Dance Alliance Greenville, N.C. regionals did not disappoint! The talent was incredible and we are so proud of our dancers.

Just Dance! was honored with the Mini/Junior Sportsmanship Award and the Teen/Senior Class Act Award. The Sportsmanship Award was given to the studio who showed the most grace and kindness backstage. The Class Act Award was given to the studio who presented their dancers in the most classy and positive way.

“That is exactly what we want our students to be known for,” Ms. Buffi says. “These awards mean more to me than all the overalls we won.”

Learn more about Just Dance! auditions.

Scholarship winners:

Regional scholarships for hip hop excellence: Sierra Coleman and Alex Simpson

Future Star regional scholarship: Milo Timpanaro-Throop

Automatic acceptance to Pace University Summer Dance Intensive: Jade Boerman

Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School & Camp Scholarship: Caitlyn Hall

Outstanding Dancer Senior Runner-up: Gracen Nelson

Results from the mini/junior competition:

“Enter One”– (platinum) 3rd highest score overall mini group

“I Hate Boys” – (platinum) 1st mini high score jazz

“Wrecking Ball” – (platinum) 4th overall highest score junior duo/trio

“Reminisce” – (platinum) 1st overall highest score junior duo/trio

“Candyman” – (high gold) 2nd junior high score open line

“Back in Business” – (platinum) 4th junior jazz line

“The junior small group contemporary division was one of the hardest ones I have ever seen,” Ms. Lindsey says. “Spine’ was probably our highest scoring dance, but it didn’t earn any overall honors.”

New Jerusalem NYCDAResults from teen/senior competition:

“In Snow” – (platinum) 2nd overall highest score senior duo/trio

“Somebody” – 4th teen jazz group

“For Lovers” – (platinum) 6th overall highest score teen line

“New Jerusalem” – (platinum) 3rd overall highest score teen extended line

“Misdemeanor” – (platinum) 1st teen extended small production

“Passacaglia” – (platinum) 9th overall highest score teen line

Photo credit: New York City Dance Alliance