WHO WE ARE
Teamwork - Leadership - Confidence - FUN!!
West Valley Rebels is a youth football and cheer organization serving the entire Antelope Valley area in Southern California.
Home Field: Quartz Hill High School
West Valley Rebels are a proud member of Pop Warner Southern California Conference and the only Pop Warner Youth Football and Cheer Organization serving the Antelope Valley.
"To provide a positive youth sports development program promoting the values of courage, commitment , sportsmanship and responsibility to the youth of today and leaders of tomorrow"
When you're looking for a football team for your child, we know you have plenty of choices. What you're really looking for is a growth experience. It's important to understand your child's end goal, and to develop their ultimate potential both on and off the field. Whether you're grooming a collegiate athlete, or your child is just playing for fun - you've come to the right place to bring out their best. We at West Valley stress the importance of both athletic and academic performance. Our goal is to create a student athlete that will progress through the divisions and into high school and beyond with the knowledge that hard work pays off in the classroom as well as on the field. All of our coaches are HEADS UP certified for your children's safety and your peace of mind.
Our program is for girls in Kindergarten through 8th grade (ages 5-14). Our emphasis is on teaching the girls cheers, stunts and dance routines for sideline and half-time performances.
We have 5 Cheer Divisions. Squad placement is based on age and enrollment. Squad placement is determined by the first practice.
Jr. Pee Wee
Divisions of play are all determined by a strict age/weight scale to ensure safe and balanced competition
Contact us anytime
We are located in Quartz Hill, California and service the entire Antelope Valley.
A huge shout out and THANKS to the Los Angeles RAMS!! Everyone had an amazing time at the Football clinic and our kids received some extremely valuable instruction that will help with their performance in the upcoming season.
Thank you to everyone who participated to make this event happen. A representative from the Antelope Valley Press was also on sight to document the occasion. You can view the article on the AV Press' website.