<137,2014/12/29,Waterborg/c Linda1>Students with Musical Theatre Kansas City rehearse "Bring It On" at the Performing Arts Center at UMKC Friday, Dec. 26, 2014. Members of the Nash Jem Elite, a competitive cheer gym, are part of the cast. <137>Sixteen-year-old Zahria Whiting (center in green top), a junior at Raytown High School, and LaSharelle Kendall (yellow top), one of the gym's coaches, rehearse a number with the cast. The show will be presented from Friday through Sunday.Sixteen-year-old Zahria Whiting (center in green top), a junior at Raytown High School, and LaSharelle Kendall (yellow top), one of the gym's coaches, rehearse a number with the cast. The show will be presented from Friday through Sunday." />
<137,2014/12/29,Waterborg/c Linda1>Students with Musical Theatre Kansas City rehearse "Bring It On" at the Performing Arts Center at UMKC Friday, Dec. 26, 2014. Members of the Nash Jem Elite, a competitive cheer gym, are part of the cast. <137>Sixteen-year-old Zahria Whiting (center in green top), a junior at Raytown High School, and LaSharelle Kendall (yellow top), one of the gym's coaches, rehearse a number with the cast. The show will be presented from Friday through Sunday. PHOTOS BY JILL TOYOSHIBA| SPECIAL TO THE STAR
<137,2014/12/29,Waterborg/c Linda1>Students with Musical Theatre Kansas City rehearse "Bring It On" at the Performing Arts Center at UMKC Friday, Dec. 26, 2014. Members of the Nash Jem Elite, a competitive cheer gym, are part of the cast. <137>Sixteen-year-old Zahria Whiting (center in green top), a junior at Raytown High School, and LaSharelle Kendall (yellow top), one of the gym's coaches, rehearse a number with the cast. The show will be presented from Friday through Sunday. PHOTOS BY JILL TOYOSHIBA| SPECIAL TO THE STAR

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