By ABC9 News
The official season runs from august until late February, but dancers and coaches really work year round, choreographing and planning routines.
And while in season, the team puts in long hours and early mornings-not to mention extra individual practices for many-preparing for competition.
Speaking of competition, imagine starting the year at state, because that’s what dancers do.
Even with that stress and the intense preparation, dancers wouldn’t trade it for the world.
North just won their first ever poms title and Hutton is ranked third in the state individually.