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THEY’RE IN STEP!: Brooklyn Technical High School’s championship Step Dance teams, the Lady Dragons, and Organized Chaos, and their coaches, pose with their trophies.
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Raise your pom-poms and put your hands together to congratulate the Brooklyn Technical High School’s dual National Championship Step teams.

Members of Organized Chaos and Lady Dragons stepped their feet off to earn the distinction at the Break the Stage National Step League Competition in Atlanta on June 16. The event is the largest, most diverse competition.

Let’s give shout-outs and Os to coaches Ramona Richardson and Pierre McNeil for leading the teams to dancing glory.

Captain Velldreice Cadely, class of ’18, put in extra work to ensure that the Ladies would be ready for Atlanta, and senior Haley Lucas won the Scholars Award. The Lady Dragons worked very hard to prepare for the Nationals, practicing after Regents exams and working (and re-working) until late in the day.

No to be outdone, Organized Chaos members — along with their captain Oliver Wiener, class of ’18 — added more intricate formations and stunts to pump up the action and soar into history.

Standing O offers a toast “Good luck steppers, keep on stepping — your future is at hand.”

Brooklyn Technical High School [29 Fort Greene Pl. in Fort Greene, (718) 804–6400].

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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