Cowichan’s cheer Allstars improving with every meet

Strong results at a meet in Richmond just before spring break have the Cowichan Valley Allstars Cheer teams optimistic about their biggest meet of the season, coming up next month.

The Allstars sent junior and senior teams to the Mardi Parti, where both squads had impressive showings.

The youth team, consisting of nine girls between the ages of seven and 12 took fourth place

all-around in their division, while the senior team of 11 girls ages 11-18 and one boy finished fifth in their competition.

"Each routine keeps improving, and we are looking forward to our next competition," Allstars head coach Rhonda Dale said.

Next up for the Cowichan Valley Allstars is the Sea to Sky International Competition at Vancouver’s Canada Place on April 11-13. It is the team’s most important meet of the year and marks the end of the season.

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