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Infinity Cheer eight year olds are Grand Champions

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Front row: Brenleigh Jeter, Jaylee Manuel, Khloe Wilkes, Harmony Gibson, Brooklyn Garland Back row: Lilah Ford, Amiya Wilson, Georgia Baxley, Tyauna Mack, Cadence Catrett, Abby Peeler Front row: Brenleigh Jeter, Jaylee Manuel, Khloe Wilkes, Harmony Gibson, Brooklyn Garland Back row: Lilah Ford, Amiya Wilson, Georgia Baxley, Tyauna Mack, Cadence Catrett, Abby Peeler Fort Walton Beach

Jordan Exum Moore has spent her life cheering and tumbling. Following graduation from Marianna High School, she knew she was not ready to give it up what she had spent a life time doing.  She continued her talents while attending Chipola College.

When the fever struck Jordan again, she gives her then future husband Brian Moore some most deserved credit, “I had always dreamed of having my own cheer gym and when the opportunity came up, Brian made it happen.  That was in 2013 before we married in 2014.  We worked, Brian, my family, everyone helped so much to make it happen.”

Last weekend, Infinity Cheer traveled to Ft. Walton Beach to compete in the Diamond Cheer and Dance Competition.  The reward was more than Jordan thought would happen.  The Infinity Eight-Year olds stole the show and captured the Grand Champion title.  They won over 18-year old groups competing.  

Jordan says, “Most of these girls have been together three years and they work so hard.  They compete as hard as anyone I’ve ever seen.  They are so eager when they get to the gym and they don’t let up till they leave.  Last weekend proved their dedication and hard work to this sport and I couldn’t be more proud of them.”  

Jordan is married to Brian Moore and they have two children, Maddie and William Reddoch.

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