The Central Coast Youth Cheer Association recently partnered with World Class Cheer to host two youth cheer clinics focused on team building, spirit, skills and new cheer material — all with an emphasis on safety.
Youth cheerleaders came from SLO and Santa Barbara counties to learn proper techniques, skill-building drills, new cheers and dance routines. Saturday’s training even included a performance for parents.
Cheer coaches attended a training and certification workshop. Participation in this workshop provided critical safety training and upon completion, CCYCA coaches were deemed certified. The event was run by the staff of World Class Cheer and the high energy team was popular with the kids and even included a cheerleader from Atascadero High. The girls built a strong foundation for success in the upcoming season.
CCYCA is a division of the Central Coast Youth Football League. The League provides a chance for boys and girls to play football and cheer. Currently, the League serves cities from Lompoc to Paso Robles and the Estero Bay Area. Submitted photos