Thursday, February 7, 2013
The dancers finished third in the jazz portion of the Section 2AAA meet and second in the Lake Conference.
The Hopkins Royelles are headed to state following a strong winter season. The Hopkins High School dance team placed third Saturday in the jazz portion of the Section 2AAA meet. The finish earned them a trip to the Feb. 15 state meet at the Target Center. The Royelles just missed a top-three finish in the kick portion—with Chanhassen edging them out by three points. That performance follows strong finishes in conference competition. The dancers ended the season second overall in the conference with second place finishes in both the jazz and kick portions of the final conference meet Jan. 17. Follow us on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our free daily newsletter | Check out Patch’s Pinterest boards
Sunday, December 2, 2012
The team competed against Wayzata, Edina, Minnetonka and Eden Prairie.
The Hopkins Royelles danced well before a home crowd at the first conference meet of the season. The varsity Jazz team placed second at Thursday’s meet, competing against Wayzata, Edina, Minnetonka and Eden Prairie. The team’s next meet takes place Dec. 6 at Minnetonka High School against the same teams. Follow us on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our free daily newsletter | Check out Patch’s Pinterest boards
Friday, November 25, 2011
For Royelles' sisters Lauren, Sydney and Taylor Rosenzweig, dancing is a big part of their family's identity
There’s a labor of love involved with dance—a two-step the Rosenzweig family knows all too well. Lauren, Sydney and Taylor Rosenzweig, sisters on Hopkins High School's Royelles dance team this year, began dancing at age 2. They’ve spent hours perfecting their craft, dedicating evenings after school and weekends to sharpening their moves and tweaking their performance. It’s not always easy, and, admittedly, there are days when they’re not in the mood to practice. But dancing is in their blood. It’s what the Rosenzweigs do. “We definitely are the dancing family,” sophomore Sydney Rosenzweig said. “We dance seven days a week. Anywhere we are, we’re dancing. It’s like the family that dances.” Literally. The sisters began dancing at such a …
Saturday, November 19, 2011
Both varsity and JV teams came away with victory Saturday.
The Hopkins Royelles varsity and JV teams danced away with victory in Saturday’s Burnsville Invitational. The varsity squad—led by captains Abby Larsen, Ketrin Vinokur, Lauren Rosenzweig, and Emily Costa—took first in a field of 13 AAA teams. The JV team came in first out of 10 AAA teams—with leadership from captains Zoe Mosow and Kayla Nelson.