Amity Pop Warner Cheer Seeks Coaches For 2017 Season

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Jul 262017

Our program is growing and we need you!

Amity Pop Warner cheer still needs coaches for the Junior Pee Wee cheer team, composed of girls ages 8-10. Teach them sideline routines to perform on game day, and competition routines for Southern CT and State Championships and, if they qualify, New England Regional and National Championships.
Our cheer program is competitive. We have numerous SCPW, State, and New England Region titles, and three National Championships!
If you want to work with a dedicated and enthusiastic group of athletes, then this is the position for you. Now that Cheer is back at Amity High School it is more important than ever that we grow our Pop Warner Cheer program. Come take on a leadership role and have a positive impact on these girls lives.
The season begins on Tuesday, August 1. If you are interested, please contact Assistant Cheer Coordinator Tina Zito, amitypwcheer@gmail.com, or Cheer Coordinator Alicia Soderquist at amitycoach@att.net

Undefeated Pop Warner Cheer Team Brings Home National Title

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Dec 132015

amity disney 1Amity Pee Wee Pop Warner Cheerleaders took home the first place trophy at the national cheer
competition at Disney World Dec. 8. Their sister team (the Junior Midgets) also competed, marking the
first time Amity sent two teams to the national competition.
Cheer Coordinator Alicia Soderquist said, “I’m so proud of everything these girls have accomplished in
such a short season. The road to Disney hasn’t been easy, but their hard work and dedication made it
worthwhile. Amity Pop Warner could not ask for a better group to represent us at Nationals.”
Soderquiest, coach for Amity Pop Warner for seven years, began choreographing the teams’ routines
weeks before practices began. She was recognized at the national competition with the highest
choreography score award.
The girls begin practicing on August 1 for two hours a day, five days a week until school began, when they met to practice three days a week, and cheered at Pop Warner football games each Sunday throughout the season.
This is the third time her team has made it to the national competition.
The Junior Midget team took first place in the New England Regional Competition in Springfield, Mass., on November 7, where they competed against 10 teams from Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and New Hampshire.
The following week, the Pee Wee team also took first place in regionals, earning them a spot in the national competition in Orlando.
Southern CT Pop Warner includes teams from 18 towns and cities in New Haven, Fairfield and Hartford
Counties. The league sent 13 cheer teams to Nationals and seven came home with national titles.
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