Dec 14, 2015 5:25 PM
BEDFORD - A local adaptive cheerleading team are now National Champions.
The Bedford Jaguar Adaptive Cheer Program competed against four other adaptive teams from across the country in Disney World this past weekend.
The Division 10 girls earned the National Champion trophy and banner and the Division 14 came in 2nd place.
The Bedford Jaguars have paired girls with special needs with peer helpers since 2013.
Family, friends and Jaguars coach Kate Spencer said they couldn't be more proud.
If you know of another N.H. team that did well at competitions, please send information along to email@example.com.
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