Torrey Pines Falcons Pee Wee (novice) Cheerleaders shine in Wescon Regionals Competition

The Torrey Pines Pop Warner Pee Wee Mighty Falcons (novice small) team: Back Row: Katie Massari, Marikit Mendiola, Shannon Perrone, Jenna Stevens, Andrea Bell, Alexa Sanchez, Gretchen Stillman, Adi Azoulai; Front Row: Julia Wolynes, Lilah Cook, Ziporah Kaufer, Skylar Beasley, Alyxandra Charfauros, Kristi Rowe. Photo/Noa Summerfield

The Torrey Pines Pop Warner Pee Wee Mighty Falcons (novice small) team placed second in their division at the local Palomar Conference held at the Aztec Arena on Oct. 24, which qualified them to move on to regionals.

The 2010 WESCON Cheerleading Regionals Competition took place on Saturday, Nov. 20, at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. This is the first year of cheering for the majority of the Mighty Falcons Pee Wee Novice team, who have been hard at work since the beginning of August learning new skills, practicing hard and perfecting their routines.

All of their efforts paid off when they performed brilliantly at Regionals, competing against 13 other teams in their division to earn the second place trophy and qualifying them to compete at Nationals in Orlando, Florida. The team consists of 6th and 7th graders, and is led by Head Coach Monica Burnett and Assistant Coaches Jomay Stillman and Lior Azoulai.

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  2. Torrey Pines Pop Warner takes Palomar titles in Pee Wee, Midget divisions
  3. Torrey Pines cheer team to compete in Vegas
  4. Torrey Pines champions in national tournament
  5. Local cheerleaders finish strong

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