This team is established for disabled and special needs children both male and female from Methuen and surrounding towns between the ages of 5-18 years old as of July 31, 2015. Methuen Pop Warner is a Nationally Ranked Cheerleading Program that prides themselves on great sportsmanship and respect in New England. Please come and join us for a season of fun, friendships and teamwork. We will register up to 12 participants for this team for 2015. Please don't hesitate to ensure placement of your child.
The Challenger Team season begins Monday, August 10th
Timony Grammar School
45 Pleasant View Street
The Challenger Team will practice two nights a week August-October for 1.5 hours per practice. The team will cheer at four home games with our other cheer teams so they get to cheer and make friendships with all of our cheerleaders. Game schedule will be handed out late August. All games are on Sundays. The games begin after Labor Day. The team will participate in two exhibitions at two of the Pop Warner Cheerleading Competitions - one in October and one in early November (dates TBA).
We look forward to having our league expand with this special group of kids and we hope that you and your family will come and join our Ranger Pride! GO RANGERS!
With Registration, each cheerleader is given a top and skirt to borrow for the season.
The following items are required and are available for purchase from MPW:
Sneakers - $27.00
Bloomers - $28.00
Game Bows (2 - $3.50 each) - $7.00
Optional Warm Up Suit - Price Available at Fitting
Additional Items to Purchase On Your Own:
White No Show Ankle Socks
Additional Costs - Paid for by Family
Competition Bow (MPW will order before competition - will not exceed $25.00)
Competition T-Shirt (MPW will order before competition - will not exceed $15.00)
Cash or Credit/Debit Card Accepted
*** If your child cannot wear cheer sneakers or bloomers due to medical reasons,
please let Lisa Francis, MPW Cheerleading Coordinator know.
Have questions? Please contact .. Lisa Francis Cheerleading Coordinator