Congratulations to our Lightweight Outlaws on their 21-6 victory today! They’re going to the Super Bowl!!!❤️
Congratulations to our PeeWee, Lightweight and Varsity cheer on their first competition yesterday! Lightweights received a 5th place finish in the 1st round of 26 teams and earned their 1st bid to State! Our cheerleaders and coaches hard work, effort and dedication truly shined on the mat and in their amazing new uniforms! Two more weeks until their next competition…time to put in the work!
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The Outlaws and the SWMFL continue to make safety our top priority! Today, over 30 of our board members, coaches, and team moms are participating in CPR/AED training! Thank you to Illinois Heart Rescue for providing training and for donating an AED to each team in our program!❤️
Today, many of our cheer coaches attended Cheer University through the (ICA) Illinois Cheerleading Association. We strongly believe in the importance of our coaches educating themselves. Our coaches have a myriad of different qualities and skills. Their position comes with many responsibilities including the welfare, development and safety of our athletes. The Outlaws continually strive to ensure we are fully prepared to provide our cheerleaders with an amazing experience!
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The Outlaws are proud to be a part of this initiative! It’s just one of the many ways we work to keep our athletes safe! We participate in AED, CPR, and concussion training! We have AED devices and certified medical professionals at each practice and game. Our equipment in inspected, cleaned, and refurbished or reordered annually. Coaches have been trained, and certified, and have passed a background check before being allowed to coach. Players must adhere to the league’s strict weight parameters. New this year, our lightweight and varsity football players will be wearing guardian caps on their helmets during practice.
The Outlaws are serious about safety!!!