Flag Football

The PG Lady Chargers Cheer Program has been associated with football for the past four years. We have come together and developed a plan to enhance the cheer program.

Having a competitive cheerleading team this season will change the focus of the girls and show them that cheerleading is a sport. There is more to cheerleading than being on the sidelines supporting your teams. Cheerleading involves a lot of skill, team, and character building. It takes time, persistence, and a lot of practice.

The Fall season will run from July-December of each year and the Winter season from December-March. During this time, the cheerleaders will focus on perfecting stunts according to their skill level. This will be done by attending stunt clinics and cheer camps. In addition, participants will receive tumbling instruction once per week. The PG Lady Chargers will participate in 2-3 competitions through the seasons as well as support their football and basketball teams on the sidelines.

Any questions on the Lady Chargers Cheerleader Program should be directed to Janett Carridice, Cheer Director at

PG Lady Chargers’ Coaches:

Cheer coaches are certified each year to comply with league regulations. Each staff member has an AYC coach certification as well as CPR/First Aid.

Squad Divisions

Squads are formed and adhere to AYC rules and regulations. There is a five member minimum to be considered a cheer squad. The age cut-off date for each division is July 31 of the current year. Final rosters are due to AYC on August 31 for the Fall season. Squad Divisions and skill levels are as follows:

Division 8
White and Red Only
Division 10
White, Red and Blue
(Blue restricted to Red Stunting w/Blue Tumbling Skills
Division 12
White, Red and Blue
Division 13
White, Red and Blue
Division 15
White, Red and Blue
Division 18
Red and Blue Level Only
Contender Division
5 - 18
(skill based)
White Only
Co-Ed Division
Team with 3 or more male participants

  • Cheer Small Team: 5-18 members, male and/or female
  • Cheer large Team: 19-36 members, male and/or female

  • Cheer Administrative Staff
    Cheer Director
    Janett Caridice
    Co-Cheer Director
    Kim Simmons
    Cheer Team Manager
    Kala Simmons

    Head Coach
    E-mail address
    Tiffany Dial
    Keisha Howard

    Lady Chargers Cheerleading Champs

    Division 8:
    2013 AYC Maryland State Conference -  3rd Place
    2013 AYC Regional Championship Honorable Mention
    Division 10:
    2013 AYC Maryland State Conference -  3rd Place
    2013 AYC Regional Championship Honorable Mention
    Division 10:
    2012 AYC Conference Division 10 – 2nd Place
    2012 AYC Atlantic Region – 3rd Place
    Division 15:
    2012 AYC Conference Division 15 – 2nd Place
    2012 AYC Atlantic Region – 1st Place

    How You Can Help Us


    Our volunteers provide crucial support and aid to the continuing mission of The Prince George's Chargers and help set our programs standards. Through the generous gift of time, talents and personal interests, our volunteers supplement the work of staff members in offering many special services that are so important to our kids.


    To make donations, click the DONATE NOW button to the right or send checks payable to Prince George’s Chargers Youth Athletic Association, Inc. to 1423 4th Street, Lanham, MD 20706. Once payment is received, we will issue a charitable contribution receipt with Tax ID information. Feel free to contact us if you have questions or require information regarding our program.


    we are seeking annual sponsorships and donations to ensure we can provide life changing experiences for our student-athletes. Your donations will provide direct financial assistance to offset the costs associated with building and sustaining our program. We greatly appreciate any assistance you are able to provide.

    Your Support Helps

    The PG Chargers continues to build and sustain itself through athletics, character, academics, faith and achievements. The mission of the Prince George's Chargers is to teach children to fellowship by promoting discipline, dedication and teamwork in a family, friendly and fun environment.

    • Providing a proper and safe sports environment for our youth.
    • Enhancing the emotional, physical, social and educational well-being of our youth.
    • Appointing, evaluating, educating and supporting the coaches and managers who will instruct our youth, keeping in mind the best interest of our children.
    • Assuring basic levels of knowledge and instruction are introduced at each level of play.
    • Encouraging parents to take an active role in the youth sports experience of their child and our organization.



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