Dunbar Cheerleaders Win World Title

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Updated: 2/11/2013 11:45 pm
 Some Lexington high school athletes are adding even more hardware to the trophy case.
 The varsity cheerleaders at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School won their eighth national title at the Universal Cheerleaders Association National Championships in Orlando, Florida in the Large Varsity Division 1 competition over the weekend.
 The team then went on to win the World Championship in the Large Varsity Division.
 It is the first time the team has won that title.
 The school's junior varsity squad also has reason to celebrate.
 It placed third in the nation in Orlando.

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