Thursday, April 25, 2013
Online signups for football and cheerleading are ongoing and there will be an in-person sign-up event this Saturday.
Registration for Warminster Pioneers football and cheerleading is now open. Parents of children between the ages of 5 and 15 can register online at www.warminsterpioneers.org or at an in person sign-up at Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt in Center Point Place on Street Road Saturday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. “We are very excited to continue to build on the success that we had in 2012-2013 season,” said Warminster Pioneers President Melissa Gallagher. “Our 75 pound team made the playoffs and our 105 pound team was runner-up in the Keystone State League." Gallagher said the competition cheerleading teams are continuing to have an excellent season with the pee wee team winning six trophies in six events, the juniors winning six trophies in six events …
Friday, March 1, 2013
Both the Varsity and JV squads swept their respective divisions.
The William Tennent High School Varsity Cheerleaders ended their season by taking first place in the District 1 Cheerleading Competition. The Competition was held at William Tennent High School Sunday. The team beat out 19 other squads to earn the title of Grand Champions with a leading score of 162.5, which was 14 points above the next highest score. Watch: the WTHS Varsity Cheerleading squad perform at the District 1 Cheer Competition. “All of the student athletes that competed displayed great attitudes, sportsmanship and talent,” said WTHS Varsity Cheerleading Coach Teneisha Reach The WTHS JV squad also earned first place in their division. And in their first time competing, the WTHS Freshman Cheerleaders earned second place at the …
Sunday, February 24, 2013
William Tennent High School hosted the District 1 Cheerleading Competition Sunday.
Saturday, February 2, 2013
The Archbishop Wood Cheerleading team is riding high on its way to compete in the PIAA's first state championship competition for the sport.
After years of watching from the sidelines as the football team plowed its way through the competition for championship glory, the Archbishop Wood cheerleading team will finally have chance to add a state trophy to the high school's shelves. The Vikings' cheer squad will compete with more than 90 other teams, including Philadelphia Caholic League rivals Lansdale Catholic and Archbishop Ryan, in the inaugural PIAA Competitive Spirit Championship at Hershey Park Stadium on Saturday. "We're so glad that the league has finally recognized cheerleading as a sport," said Jackie Britton, head coach of the team. Britton has spent the past couple years building up the team from just a sideline show to a regular finalist in national competitions. …