Torrey Pines Pop Warner Junior Midget Golden Falcons cheer team wins Pop Warner Wescon Competition

On Sunday, Oct. 28, the girls competed in the Pop Warner Wescon Competition where they took first place.  The team is made up of 19 girls from 6th – 9th grade.  They are now moving on to the Regional level of competition in Long Beach on Nov 18. They are being coached by Sarah Wentworth, Maricel Sadiarin, Lorri Henderson and Kelsey Rahn.

Back row :  Juliette Dicken, Hailey Hoey, Jenna Stevens, Samantha Tomasi, Madison Sayre, Marikit Mendiola, Julia Kesselhaut, Annette Butler;

Center row: Lauren Zhang, Ally Martin, Stephanie Silva, Danielle Godon, Alessandra Yoon, Nicole Hild, Skylar Beasley;

Front row: Maharlika Mendiola, Ziporah Kaufer, Samantha Solberg, Soleil Montemurro.

Related posts:

  1. Jr. Midget Golden Falcons on a roll to JAMZ nationals
  2. Torrey Pines Falcons Pee Wee (novice) Cheerleaders shine in Wescon Regionals Competition
  3. Torrey Pines Pop Warner Jr. Midget Falcons named grand champions
  4. Torrey Pines cheer team to compete in Vegas
  5. Carmel Valley’s Torrey Pines Pop Warner cheer squad wins national championship

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