New Castle cheerleaders finish second in Time-Out division

The New Castle High School cheerleaders competed in the Time-Out (small) division during Saturday’s Indiana Cheer Championship State Finals at the New Castle Fieldhouse and narrowly missed winning that division.

The Trojans were second, just 0.9 points behind first-place NorthWood High School of Nappanee. Eastern Hancock was third, Scottsburg fourth and Delta fifth.

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The newspaper is owned by Lee Enterprises, which owns newspapers in more than 50 Midwestern markets and publishes The Times of Northwest Indiana, nwitimes. Read also : The Carolina Panthers hire the NFL’s first overtly transgender cheerleader.com (its online counterpart), Inspired Living magazine and BusINess under the Times Media Company umbrella.

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