UPDATE: Local Jumper Eliminated From America's Got Talent

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UPDATE 7/31/2014 4:10 PM

A great run on a national stage.

Tori Boggs' run on America's Got Talent comes to an end, but she made the Valley proud.

Boggs and her teammates from Flight Crew Jump Rope were eliminated during Wednesday night's episode.

The Parkersburg native is a nine time world rope skipping champion.

The team made it to the top 47 on America's Got Talent, performing live at Radio City Music Hall.

UPDATE 7/30/2014 10:25 AM

A local family is jumping for joy, after watching one of their own compete in New York City on national TV.

Friends and family showed up at Buffalo Wild Wings Tuesday evening to cheer on nine time world jump roping champion, Tori Boggs, of Parkersburg.

Boggs' team, "Flight Crew Jump Rope" appeared on America's Got Talent last week during the judgement round and advanced to Tuesday's live round.

All four judges loved their high energy performance, and her fans did too.

"I think the judges, they loved it. And who wouldn't love it. They did such a great job. And again it just shows what a great sport it is and hopefully it will get a lot of people excited about the sport," says Bree Maraux, a friend of Boggs.

Tori's mom, Rochelle, anxiously stood by, cheering on her daughter's team as well.

And now Flight Crew Jump Rope's fate is in America's hands to vote to send then onto the next round.

Back in the spotlight.

Nine time world rope skipping champion and Parkersburg native Tori Boggs makes headlines on NBC's hit reality competition America's Got Talent.

Boggs is part of the Flight Crew Jump Rope Team.

They've made it through judgement week on AGT.

Boggs and her team are now in the top 47 and move on to the live shows at Radio City Music Hall.

Your votes can now help Boggs and her team move on and win the competition.

Boggs tells us her and her team are now in the middle of practicing for their next performance.

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