Michigan Nationally Competitive Cheer Program Sends Young Athletes to Orlando, FL to Compete in The Summit

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Trilogy Teams Bigs and Middles Qualify for High Caliber Orlando, FL Competition After Outstanding Performance

Michigan cheer brand, Trilogy of Rochester Hills, is celebrating their recent invite to The Summit, a high caliber event that recognizes the nation’s top teams. The Summit is a three-day competition and an invite only event to be held in Orlando, Florida at the ESPN Sports Center on May 5th, 6th and May 7th, 2017. The competition has been called the Olympics of cheer by its attendees and competitors and is an event for extraordinary teams that are showcased on a grandeur level.

The Trilogy Small Senior Coed Level 3 team aka “Bigs” and the Large Senior Level 2 team otherwise known as the “Middles” coached by Angela & Steve Goralski and Kate Caliguiri, will be competing against the best of the best this May. This is the fourth consecutive year Trilogy will send every travel team to the Summit. In 2014, Trilogy’s Level 2 “Littles” won the title and both current travels teams are eager to win again this year.

“These are some of the most amazingly competitive routines we’ve ever had. Our athletes are so dialed in and focused. They are definitely ready!” -Angela Trombley-Goralski.

The Trilogy Bigs consist of 19 athletes competitive in cheer, dance and tumbling, the Middles consist of 19 competitive athletes competitive in the same categories. All participants will receive a participation medallion for competing. Teams that place 1st, 2nd or 3rd in their division, will also receive a team banner and each participant from those teams will receive individual mini banners to take home recognizing their accomplishment. All winning athletes will receive exclusive Summit Champion Rings.

If you would like to schedule an interview with Angela Trombley-Goralski, please contact Shannon Lazovski at 248-266-5508 or Shannon(at)lazovski.com

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