Cheerleaders think pink in Richmond

Chilliwack's Pacific All-Star Cheerleading competed at the Panther P.I.N.K. competition hosted by Panther Cheer Athletics in Richmond.

Chilliwack’s Pacific Allstar Cheerleading’s mini and youth teams competed at the Panther P.I.N.K. Cheerleading Competition at the Richmond Oval last weekend. The event was hosted by Panther Cheer Athletics.

At the first competition of the season, the mini team placed second and the youths placed fifth (in a tough division of nine teams).

Pacific Allstar Cheer hosts their own competition Jan. 14 at Chilliwack’s Heritage Park. This year’s event already has record numbers registered, making it the largest single day event a Heritage Park with teams of all ages, from tiny (3 and 4 years old) to senior open (18 years and up) competing.

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