Smith-Cotton High dance team captain Alanna Seton has accepted a partial scholarship to perform with the State Fair Community College dance team, the Roadettes.

Sedalia School District 200
Sedalia School District 200

Seton, the daughter of Elizabeth and Edward Sutton, was a 2016-17 captain for Smith-Cotton’s High Voltage dance team and is a three-year varsity letter recipient with the squad.

She has won numerous team awards for outstanding technique and leadership, and has been an All-Star ribbon recipient several years at MA Dance Camp (high individual honor for attention, technique, and overall dance execution during camp routine sessions).

High Voltage coach Julie Willadsen said: “Alanna will be a great addition to the State Fair Spirit Squad. She is a classy young lady who has led our dance team to perform outstanding halftime routines this season. She is an incredible dancer and she has a beautiful spirit that inspires other dancers to do their best."

In the photo: Smith-Cotton High senior Alanna Seton has accepted a partial scholarship to State Fair Community College to perform with the dance team, the SFCC Roadettes. Seated with her are her parents, Edward and Elizabeth Sutton; back row, from left, Smith-Cotton Assistant Principal Robin Wyatte, S-C High Voltage dance team coach Julie Willadsen, SFCC Spirit Squad Head Coach Dana Page, brother Spencer Seton, SFCC Roadettes Head Coach Taylor Johnson, and S-C Principal Wade Norton.

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