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Showstopper competition at Cornell High School draws dancers from across the nation

| Wednesday, March 6, 2013, 5:24 p.m.
Dancers with Studio 19 Dance Complex perform a routine titled 'Rock Me Amadeus,' during the Showstopper competition at Cornell High School, Saturday, March 2nd, 2013. Dance studios from the area and surrounding states competed over the weekend in the competition, which is celebrating its 35th year. Winners from the various events will then compete in the finals, which will be held this summer in Ohio, South Carolina, Texas, and California. Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Dancers with the Studio 19 Dance Complex in Cranberry, perform their routine entitled, 'Country Cuties,' during the Showstopper competition at Cornell High School, Saturday, March 2nd, 2013. Dance studios from the area and surrounding states competed over the weekend in the competition, which is celebrating its 35th year. Winners from the various events will then compete in the finals, which will be held this summer in Ohio, South Carolina, Texas, and California. Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Dancers with Studio 19 Dance Complex in Cranberry perform a routine titled 'Rock Me Amadeus,' during the Showstopper competition at Cornell High School, Saturday, March 2nd, 2013. Dance studios from the area and surrounding states competed over the weekend in the competition, which is celebrating its 35th year. Winners from the various events will then compete in the finals, which will be held this summer in Ohio, South Carolina, Texas, and California. Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Dancers with the Studio 19 Dance Complex in Cranberry, perform their routine entitled, 'Country Cuties,' during the Showstopper competition at Cornell High School, Saturday, March 2nd, 2013. Dance studios from the area and surrounding states competed over the weekend in the competition, which is celebrating its 35th year. Winners from the various events will then compete in the finals, which will be held this summer in Ohio, South Carolina, Texas, and California. Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Dancers with the Studio 19 Dance Complex in Cranberry, perform their routine entitled, 'Wild Things,' during the Showstopper competition at Cornell High School, Saturday, March 2nd, 2013. Dance studios from the area and surrounding states competed over the weekend in the competition, which is celebrating its 35th year. Winners from the various events will then compete in the finals, which will be held this summer in Ohio, South Carolina, Texas, and California. Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review
Dancers with Studio 19 Dance Complex in Cranberry, perform a routine titled ' Rainbow' during the Showstopper competition at Cornell High School, Saturday, March 2nd, 2013. Dance studios from the area and surrounding states competed over the weekend in the competition, which is celebrating its 35th year. Winners from the various events will then compete in the finals, which will be held this summer in Ohio, South Carolina, Texas, and California. Keith Hodan | Tribune-Review

Dance studios from the Pittsburgh area and surrounding states competed in the Showstopper competition at Cornell High School during the weekend. Winners from the various events will compete in the finals, which will be in the summer in Ohio, South Carolina, Texas and California.

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