Bring your ‘A’ game and plenty of spirit

Cheerleading team looking for recruits

The Westshore Rebels Cheerleading Team is looking for enthusiastic, spirited individuals to join their ranks. Senior tryouts (for ages 14 and older) start next week Monday (Feb. 1), with a followup session Feb. 8.

Junior squad tryouts (for ages 6 to 13) happen Feb. 15 and 29. All sessions run from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Langford Legion, 761 Station Ave.

The first night will give participants a chance to meet the coaches and captains, learn a dance and a cheer and get more information on what a season’s commitment includes.

The second night is a chance for participants to show off their skills with the dance and cheer they learned the week before.

Coaches remind participants to wear athletic clothing with their hair tied back, and to avoid jewelry. Also, don’t forget to bring a towel, water and be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Tryouts are free and everyone is welcome. No experience is necessary, participants area asked to simply bring a smile, positive attitude and be willing to learn.

For more information find Westshore Rebels Cheerleading on Facebook or email

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