National champion TPPW Jr. Midget Falcons honored at Chargers Game

Front row, from left: Kaitlin Mohler, Viviana Gil, Kellie Hayes, Blair Borneman, Jenna Agbulos, McKenna Smith, Olivia Krzyston, Adi Azoulai; back row: Aliya Bolt, Sarah Kirby, Julia Pascoe, Olivia Scott, Alexis Filippone, Stephanie Silva, Mari Hoffman, Annalise Castro, Alyssa Rodriguez, Ellison Starnes.

The TPPW Jr. Midget Falcons, who recently won the National Championship Super Bowl of Cheer in Orlando, Fla., were honored at the Chargers game on Sunday, Dec. 18.

The national champions were announced on the field and got to cheer with the Charger Cheerleaders when the Chargers ran through the tunnel and onto the field during the pregame festivities.

Coach Alicia Smith was a former Charger Cheerleader and was thrilled to bring her team to be honored at the game. “This was a once in a lifetime experience for these girls. For many of them, it was their first NFL game and to experience it on the field and to cheer with the Charger Girls was amazing for them.”

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