Our Awesome Cheer Stats!
PW Jaguars JAMZ National Champions
JPW Panthers JAMZ Nationals - 2nd place
PW Jaguars OEC and Regionals - 1st place Pop Warner Nationals - 5th place JAMZ Nationals - 2nd place
JPW Panthers OEC and Regionals - 2nd place Pop Warner Nationals - 4th place 2017
Varsity Patriots OEC and Regional - 1st Place Pop Warner Nationals - 5th Place
JPW Jaguars OEC and Regional - 1st Place Pop Warner Nationals - 2nd Place
JPW Panthers OEC Cheer Competition - 1st Place
Jr. Varsity Patriots OEC Cheer Competition - 1st Place
JPW Jaguars OEC Cheer Competition - 1st Place
Pee Wee Cougars JAMZ National Champions
Pee Wee Cougars Pop Warner National - 2nd Place
Midget Giants Pop Warner National - 3rd Place
Jr. Midget Chargers JAMZ National Champions
2019 Possible Cheer Divisions
Jr. Varsity - Travel Team
Pee Wee - Travel Team
Jr. Mitey Mite
Pop Warner Cheer & Spirit
Cheerleading was officially recognized in the 1970's, but has been a part of the Pop Warner program for several decades. The first ever National Cheerleading competition was in DeKalb County, GA. Today, 120,000 children are participating in cheerleading and dance around the United States.
Participating in Pop Warner Spirit Program provides youth the opportunity to perform in an organized, supervised, safety-oriented environment. Pop Warner programs emphasize fun for all and encourages the development of qualities important long after Pop Warner days are gone.
The Spirit Program is growing in numbers each year due to the popularity of the sport. In an effort to keep pace with the many new changes in the cheer & dance industry, there are a few basic rules that are unique to Pop Warner Spirit Squads. For a complete list of Pop Warner guidelines, please download the Official Pop Warner Rule book and OEC Rule book.
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We are so proud of our cheer program and all of the girls, coaches and student demos who work so hard all season long!
Yorba Linda Cheer Rocks!
Yorba Linda Cheer Fun!
Yorba Linda Jaguars Cheer
2019 JAMZ National Champions!
The OEC, Fred Bennett, 2019 Cheer Coach of the Year Award
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