Monthly Archives: September 2011

In Escaping Loss To Lowly Chiefs, Chargers Receive Wake Up Call

Most NFL fans expected a blow out win for the Chargers on Sunday.  After all, they were playing the 0-2 Chiefs who had been out scored 89 – 10 in the previous two games and were without star running back … Continue reading

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Road Trip: The Washington Redskins Cheerleaders

My heart belongs to the Charger Girls.  They are my hometown squad.  They are quintessential California Girls and I’m a native Californian.  So you can say, I love the Charger Girls…but…I lust after the Washington Redskins Cheerleaders. The Washington Redskins … Continue reading

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The Best in the West: The 2011 Sacramento Kings Dance Team Auditions

Last season, the NBA ran a contest to identify the best dance team in professional basketball and the Sacramento Kings Dancers represented the West in the finals.  While they didn’t make it all the way, they were crowned “Best in … Continue reading

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Chargers Pillage The Vikings

Fatigue, thy name is…mine.  Just 24 four hours earlier, I was in Sacramento, covering the 2011 Sacramento Kings Dancers open call auditions (more about that later this week).  Sunday and 504 miles later, I was in San Diego to attend … Continue reading

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More Photos From 09/01/11

This past year, I have seen professional cheerleading squads from the Redskins, Vikings, Colts, Falcons, Texans, Sea Hawks, 49ers, Jets Flight Crew, Arizona Cardinals, Phoenix Suns, Washington Wizards, Charlotte Bobcats, Detroit Pride, and several minor league sports teams.  And of … Continue reading

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49ers Mine Gold in San Diego

Last week I was in San Francisco to see the 49ers battle the Houston Texans.  This week, I was in San Diego to watch the Chargers play the 49ers in the last preseason game for both teams.  The fourth week … Continue reading

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