Yosemite High Cheer squad placed second in the ‘marching’ division of the parade.
Yosemite High Cheer squad placed second in the ‘marching’ division of the parade. Steve Montalto Sierra Star
Yosemite High Cheer squad placed second in the ‘marching’ division of the parade. Steve Montalto Sierra Star

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