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BSA holds cheerleading camp at Madison Park

Posted by Justin Rice  October 1, 2012 10:50 AM

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Photo courtesy of the Boston Scholar Athlete program

Boston Celtics Dancer Morgan Laskey helped lead a camp for Boston schools' cheerleading squads Saturday at Madison Park.

The Boston Scholar Athlete Program held a cheer camp Saturday at Madison Park High for Boston schools' cheerleading squads from across the city.

More than 160 cheerleaders attended the camp, conducted by the New England Cheerleaders Association.

The Boston Celtics Dancers ended the camp by teaching the cheerleaders a dance routine.

The student cheerleaders also received Reebok Cheerleading Sneakers donated by the BSA.

Justin A. Rice covers Boston Public school athletics. He can be reached at jrice.globe@gmail.com. Follow him on Twitter @GlobeJustinRice or @BPSspts.

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