For the third season the Bombshells held their Jr. Bombshell Clinic and halftime performance during Sunday’s game against the Colorado Mammoth at Comcast Arena.
Aspiring dancers ages 5-15 were given the opportunity to be taught by the Bombshells themselves who feature some of the Puget Sound’s top dancers. The Jr. Bombshell’s day started at 9am on Sunday morning when they met the Bombshell’s at Gold’s Gym in Woodinville for a four hour clinic.
After the Clinic the Jr. Bombshells attended the evening’s game against the Colorado Mammoth where they put the moves they had learned earlier that day on display for the Stealth fans at halftime.
“The kids were really excited when we did the Clinic before,” said Bombshell Director Jillian Boprey, “when we were down at the tunnel waiting to go on the floor is when they started to get nervous, but we just told them to focus on what we had worked on and they did great.”
The young dancers of the Jr. Bombshells all have fun at this event and this year was no exception.
“I do it because it’s fun and it’s a great way to get active,” said Jr. Bombshell Averie Turner.
Her fellow Jr. Bombshell teammate Angel Penbelley reiterated Turner’s comments about the Jr. Bombshells on Sunday.
“The reason I like it is because you get to have fun doing what you like to do,” said Penbelley.
For many of the Jr. Bombshell’s, being able to meet members of the Bombshell’s and performing at halftime with them is quite a thrill.
“It’s exciting for these girls because many of them aspire to be a bombshell,” said Bombshell team member Monae.
Due to such a high demand for this event the Bombshell’s will be hosting a second Jr. Bombshell’s date this season. They will be performing at the Stealth game on March 25th against the Minnesota Swarm.
To register for the Jr. Bombshells, click here.
Tickets for this game or any other Stealth Home game this season can be purchased by calling 877-MY-75-TIX or at www.stealthlax.com.