Torrey Pines Pop Warner Jr. Midget Falcons named grand champions

Back row, from left: coach Andrea Loewen-Rodriguez, Olivia Fuller, Ellison Starnes, Olivia Scott, Adi Azoulai, Alyssa Rodriguez, Alexis Filippone, Aliya Bolt, Coach Alicia Smith, Julia Pascoe; second row: Stephanie Silva, Sarah Kirby, Blair Borneman, Annalise Castro, Olivia Krzyston, Mari Hoffman; front row: Kaitlin Mohler, Kellie Hayes, McKenna Smith, Jenna Agbulos, Viviana Gil

Congratulations to the TPPW Jr. Midget Falcons for placing first place and capturing the Grand Champion title at the JAMZ Palms & Pyramids Cheer Competition held in Long Beach on Jan. 15.

The team won 1st place in the Youth III Show Cheer Level 3 Division and won the Grand Champion award for receiving the highest score of all the teams at the competition across all ages, levels and divisions.

“This was such an honor to receive the Grand Champion award. The girls have worked hard and gone undefeated, so it’s been an amazing year for this team,” said Head Coach Alicia Smith. The team hopes to keep their winning streak as they head into their final competition at the JAMZ Nationals in Las Vegas on Jan. 28-29. They were recently crowned the “National Champions” in the Pop Warner Super Bowl of Cheer in Orlando, Florida.

Related posts:

  1. Torrey Pines Pop Warner Jr. Midget Cheerleaders win regionals and head to Florida
  2. National champion TPPW Jr. Midget Falcons honored at Chargers Game
  3. Torrey Pines Pop Warner takes Palomar titles in Pee Wee, Midget divisions
  4. Carmel Valley’s Torrey Pines Pop Warner cheer squad wins national championship
  5. Torrey Pines Pop Warner’s Mighty Mite Falcons finish regular season undefeated

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