Rockledge High Grads Courtney Cadore, Terah Cox On Champion Florida A&M Cheerleading Team

By  //  March 8, 2016

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Florida A&M won the 2016 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Cheerleading Championship on Sunday night at Echols Hall on the campus of Norfolk State University and Rockledge High School graduates Courtney Cadore and Terah Cox are members of this great squad. (meacsports.com image)

Florida A&M won the 2016 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) Cheerleading Championship on Sunday night at Echols Hall on the campus of Norfolk State University and Rockledge High School graduates Courtney Cadore and Terah Cox are members of this great squad.

The Lady Rattlers of Florida A&M took first place, while the five-time defending MEAC champion Morgan State Lady Bears placed second and Hampton finished third in overall team performance.

In addition to winning the overall performance, Florida A&M also won the Co-Ed division for the second consecutive year.

“It feels awesome to win,” Florida A&M head coach Brandi Tatum said.

“We had one injury that happened during our warmup so we went in feeling a little defeated. For them to go out there and push themselves to the max just shows what we’re capable of and what we can do.”

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Florida A&M’s Courtney Smith took first place in the All-Star Division while Tiffany Williams of Hampton and Kayla Lane-Illescas of Morgan State finished second and third, respectively.

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