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Parkview High has been the most dominant team in [[Georgia]] since 2002 when they placed second in the state competition and competed at nationals for the first time since 1995. Under the direction of coaches Phil "the Pheierman" Heier and Susan "Sparker" Parker, they went on to win state 5 years in a row, from 2003 to 2007, and finished 2nd in 2009 in a state competition wrought with controversy over placement of the top three teams.
 
Parkview High has been the most dominant team in [[Georgia]] since 2002 when they placed second in the state competition and competed at nationals for the first time since 1995. Under the direction of coaches Phil "the Pheierman" Heier and Susan "Sparker" Parker, they went on to win state 5 years in a row, from 2003 to 2007, and finished 2nd in 2009 in a state competition wrought with controversy over placement of the top three teams.

Revision as of 15:13, 18 April 2009

Parkview High School At a Glance
Member of SO since
Best finish, regionals 2009 ,1st place (Most Recent)
Best finish, state 2007, 1st place (Most Recent)
Best finish, nationals 2005 9th place


Parkview High has been the most dominant team in Georgia since 2002 when they placed second in the state competition and competed at nationals for the first time since 1995. Under the direction of coaches Phil "the Pheierman" Heier and Susan "Sparker" Parker, they went on to win state 5 years in a row, from 2003 to 2007, and finished 2nd in 2009 in a state competition wrought with controversy over placement of the top three teams.