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Hawaii All-Star Cheerleaders to Host “The Show Offs”

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   March 6th, 2013 · No Comments · Maui Sports
The Hawaii All-Star Cheerleaders will defend its national titles at the USA Nationals in Anaheim, Calif., March 23-24. Photo by Hawaii All-Star Cheerleaders.

The Hawaii All-Star Cheerleaders will defend its national titles at the USA Nationals in Anaheim, Calif., March 23-24. Photo by Ben Juan / Juan Shot Photos.

By Rodney S. Yap

The Hawaii All-Star Cheerleaders are hosting “The Show Offs” on Saturday, March 9, at the War Memorial Gym, beginning at 4 p.m.

“It will feature exhibitions from all the Maui all-star cheer teams so their family and friends can see their competition routines before heading to the mainland,” said Hawaii All-Star Cheerleaders head coach Kealii Molina.

In addition, Molina said 10-time defending champion Hawaii Pacific University cheerleaders will also perform.

Concessions will be available.  Admission is a $10 donation.

The Hawaii All-Stars has four competition teams — two Senior Level teams and two Junior Level teams — composed of students from Maui schools. The club’s competition teams are making a two-week trip to California in March.

“We’re looking pretty good,” Molina said. “We’re taking our Senior teams up to the nationals in Long Beach, March 15-16, and we’re taking our Junior teams to defend our titles at the USA Nationals in Anaheim, March 23-24.”

Molina said:  “We’re trying to get a bid to the World Summit National Championships in May (4-5).”

The Summit is the premier all-levels national championship competition in Memphis, TN. The Varsity All-Star event is for the best cheer teams from across the country. The Summit hands out bids to a total of 462 teams in 43 divisions — 107 paid bids worth more than $1 million and 355 at-large bids.

For more information, contact coach Molina at 269-1066 or cheerhiallstars@gmail.com.

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