Young cheerleaders

The Snoqualmie Valley Junior Football Association cheerleaders have had an outstanding season. The cheerleaders, with more than 50 girls participating, have cheered at numerous Viking football games at all levels of play.
The cheerleaders began practicing in mid-August and work up to two hours a day, three days per week. Any child age 8 through the eighth-grade can participate. The cheer squads build pyramids and do stunts like the high-school cheer squad. Viking cheer has taken a new approach this year, focusing on leadership, responsibility and hard work in addition to fun.
Pictured back row left to right are: Nicolle Norman, Britney Gordon, Chelsea Burke, Mackenzie Peerboom and Ashleigh Miller. Front row, left to right, Kortney Thorsen, Marleigh Murdoch, Makayla Marty, Tori Quayle, Taylor Dana and Shantel Marty. Not pictured is Britney Hake. Coaches are Marci Nicholson, Jessii Raision and Lori Peerboom.
If you are interested in participating next year, contact Marci Nicholson at (425) 396-7115.

  • Friday, October 3, 2008 12:01am
  • Sports
Young cheerleaders

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