Ladies of Ontario Fury Announce Dance Team Auditions

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Click Here to Pre-Register Today!

Date: Sunday, October 2, 2016

Time: Registration Starts at 9:30am (Auditions begin promptly at 10:00am)

Location: Anthony Munoz Community Center (1240 W. Fourth St, Ontario, CA 91762)

The Ladies of Fury uphold a high standard of quality dance performance and community involvement to represent the Ontario Fury with professionalism on and off the field.  During the audition process, applicants will be judged on dance ability, showmanship, physical fitness, crowd appeal, and individual applications. Final round dancers will participate in a group interview and display their own choreography highlighting strengths and specialties (music will be provided).

To ensure a professional and relaxed atmosphere for all participants, the auditions will be closed. No guests or spectators allowed.


  • Perform at Ontario Fury home games at Citizens Business Bank Arena
  • Participate in the annual team photo shoot
  • Serve as ambassadors for the Fury organization as well as the Inland Empire Community
  • Be a role model to young dancers and children in the community through Jr. Dance Clinics and various appearances
  • Media exposure
  • Possible travel opportunities
  • Give back to the community through the Fury Foundation and other charity events
  • Invaluable friendships and memories with fellow teammates


  • You must be at least 18 years old by date of audition
  • All dancers must have flexible schedules for rehearsals, games, and appearances starting immediately
  • A total commitment is required to the Ontario Fury for 1 year
  • Must be able to attend all Ontario Fury home games
  • Must be available for mandatory mini-camp on Saturday, October 8 – Sunday, October 9
  • Rehearsals every Sunday from 3:30pm-6:00pm

Application Procedure

  • All interested applicants should complete an application
  • REGISTRATION FEE: $20 Pre-Registered Online or $25 Walk-Up Applicant (cash only)
  • A 5×7 or larger (head shot or full body shot) photo is required (photo will not be returned)

What to wear

  • 2-piece attire (crop top w/ athletic shorts or briefs)
  • Skin colored nylons
  • Jazz, dance or athletic shoes
  • Hair worn down; Full hair and make-up
  • All tattoos must be covered up

For further information, contact Dance Team Director, Lynae de Leon at  We look forward to seeing you there!

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Editor’s Note: I have been covering the Ontario Fury and their predecessor organization, the Anaheim Bolts for several years now and Lynae de Leon has a knack of developing dance talent that make it onto major league dance teams in the NFL and NBA.  This past season, four of her 2015-2016 Ladies of Ontario Fury dancers (Sativa-Skye, McKenzie, Lizzie and Kellie) made it to the Rams Cheerleaders, 49ers Gold Rush, Clippers Spirit and Sacramento Kings Dancers.  And several others on that squad were finalists.

So if you are an aspiring professional cheerleader, you might want to hone your skills with Lynae de Leon and the Ladies of Ontario Fury.





#TGIF–Tampa Bay Rays Cheers

Saw the Rays blank the Yankees yesterday, 2 to 0, at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Enjoy a couple photos of Amanda and sisters Khrystle & Kiana who are members of the Rays Cheer squad.



Khrystle and Amanda

Khrystle and Amanda





Flickr Rays album is here

NFL Cheerleader Photos From Week 2


NFL teams that hosted games during week 2 of the regular season have uploaded photos of their cheerleading squads to their team sites.  Click on the links below to go to the team page galleries.

Carolina Panthers
Detroit Lions (Yes, they have cheerleaders this year!)
Houston Texans
New England Patriots
Washington Redskins
Arizona Cardinals
Los Angeles Rams
Denver Broncos
Oakland Raiders
San Diego Chargers
Minnesota Vikings


The ROAR Of The Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jaguars will be home this weekend versus the Baltimore Ravens. Tickets are available so try and get out to see the fan friendly ROAR cheer the Jags to victory. We posted some additional photos from our preseason coverage, enjoy:

Jessica Lynne

Jessica Lynne













Cynthia and Kari

Cynthia and Kari



Lindsay (click to enlarge)

Lindsay (click to enlarge)

Flickr album is here NFL Cheerleaders Week 2 has posted a large gallery of images of cheerleaders from Week 2 of the regular season. Click here to view the gallery.

A Washington Redskins cheerleader performs during the second half of an NFL football game against the Dallas Cowboys in Landover, Md., Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Members of the Los Angeles Rams cheerleader team perform during the second half of an NFL football game between the Rams and the Seattle Seahawks at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo)

Oakland Raiders cheerleaders perform during the first half of an NFL football game between the Oakland Raiders and the Atlanta Falcons in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

A Denver Broncos cheerleader waves to the crowd during the first half in a NFL football game between the Denver Broncos and the Indianapolis Colts, Sunday, Sept. 18, 2016, in Denver. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey)

DETROIT, MI - SEPTEMBER 18: Detroit Lions cheerleaders debuted at the Lions opener against the Tennessee Titans during an NFL game at Ford Field on September 18, 2016 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Dave Reginek/Getty Images)

James Corden carpools over to join a Rams Cheerleaders routine

Perhaps channeling his inner Robin Williams, Late Late Show Host James Corden, along and the guys from A League Of Their Own, joined the Rams Cheerleaders performance during the Seahawks game. Let’s go to the video, and another at this link.

We’ll have to wait and see if other celebs embrace the chance to join the Rams Cheerleaders this season.

And donning the uniform harkens back to the 1970’s, when an episode of Mork and Mindy featured Robin Williams joining the Denver Broncos Cheerleaders. Sorry kids, it was a hairier time. People accused celebrity males (Andy Gibb) of augmenting themselves with chest toupees. Yep, you had to be there.

Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders

The Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders will finally get to open their home schedule this Sunday versus the Cleveland Browns at newly named Hard Rock Stadium.

The annual Swimsuit Fashion Show is on Friday, September 30th. Ticket link is here.

We added some additional photos to our preseason album. Enjoy:







Jessica Anna

Jessica Anna








Vera (click to enlarge)

Flickr album from preseason is here

MVC Debut New Uniforms

Our good friends from the Minnesota Vikings Cheerleaders write us that the MVC debuted new uniforms and two new dance routines at last week’s game against the Green Bay Packers.  Check them out here.





And here are a couple of photos of their classic “Baby Helga” uniform.



Did I mention that purple is my favorite color?

The Chargers Ride The Jaguars To Victory

Tour De Force: \ˌtu̇r-də-ˈfȯrs\ noun – an impressive performance or achievement that has been accomplished or managed with great skill.

This past Sunday, the Jacksonville Jaguars roared into town to play the San Diego Chargers, who were fresh off a disappointing meltdown loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.   Things would be different this week as the Chargers stormed out to a 35 point lead and never took their foot off the accelerator.  Philip Rivers threw four touchdown passes, tying a career high, and Melvin Gordon ran for 102 yards and another score.  A strong defensive effort by the home team doomed the hapless Jaguars, who crossed midfield only six times during the game. This game was over at half time.

Final Score: Navy Blues – 38, Teal Blues – 14.

However, the news wasn’t all good.  For the second week in a row, the Chargers lost a key player for the year due to injury.  Versatile running back Danny Woodhead tore his ACL and joined Keenan Allen on injured reserved.  Who’s next?  Philip Rivers?

Well…on to the good stuff…the hottest dance team in the NFL, your San Diego Charger Girls!










I play fantasy football (five championships and counting!) and I have never seen a beginning to a season like this, where there have been so many serious injuries to key players…star players. It’s mind boggling. Let’s hope this misfortune doesn’t plague our favorite sideline entertainers, our beloved cheerleaders.

Okay, let’s begin this week’s coverage of the Charger Girls with the Captains: Marissa, Delani, Bridget, and Teran.





Continue reading The Chargers Ride The Jaguars To Victory

Check out the Vikings Cheerleaders at US Bank Stadium


Tonight, the regular season debut of the Vikings’ new digs, US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. Kindly, fan Steve peovided some Vikings Cheerleaders photos during the pre-season. During that game, the current squad performed with nearly 200 MVC alumni before the kickoff.

Steve has more photos of the alumni at this link, and the gallery of the sidelines is here.

Thanks Steve!





Colts cheerleader hangs up pom-poms for good reason

Story link and video link.

by Dana Hunsinger Benbow,

Lauren Madden’s parents got cancer at the same time. Now cheering doesn’t seem quite as important as her new job.

The nurses were like angels.

Lauren Madden noticed that about them. Their goodness and their gentle, kind spirits.

She noticed the angels because they really didn’t belong where she was — going through hell.

It was five years ago, when Madden was working in a mortgage department, a cheerleader for the Indianapolis Colts — and her father was diagnosed with aggressive duodenal cancer. Six months later, her mother was diagnosed with uterine cancer.

These two medical professionals from Greenwood — her dad, Tom Madden, an ER doctor; her mom, Terri, a surgical tech — found themselves in hospital beds, needing someone to take care of them.

And as Lauren Madden sat there, she saw the nurses care for the two people who meant the most to her in the world.

“I was just like, ‘Lauren what are you doing with your life? This is what you need to be doing,’ ” said Madden, who had graduated from Ball State University with a telecommunications major in 2010. “‘This is what you were called to do.'”

She immediately applied to nursing school.

Terri Madden, now cancer free, got to see her daughter graduate as a registered nurse in 2014. Tom Madden didn’t. He didn’t get to see her following in his footsteps, in an ER department. He died four years ago on Aug. 8.

“I go into work every day and think about him,” said Madden, 29, a registered nurse at Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health. “Sometimes I’ll be at work and I’ll think, ‘Oh I wish I could tell my dad that, this funny story, or what would my dad do in this situation?’ ”

As Madden tries to carry on the legacy of her dad, she’s made her own sacrifice.

After five seasons as a Colts cheerleader, she put away her boots. Working 12-hour shifts, caring for sick children is her focus now.

But she does have the Colts to thank for living out this very important dream — being one of those angels like the ones who cared for her dad.


It was the Colts’ annual visit to Riley, when players, big-name players such as Andrew Luck, visit the patients, hand out presents and sing Christmas carols.

Madden — a musical theater performer who at age 9 played Brigitta von Trapp in the Broadway production of “The Sound of Music,” touring 49 states and Asia — was thrilled.

“Doing the appearance at Riley, singing Christmas carols was always my absolute 100 percent favorite appearance,” Madden said Thursday morning before her shift started. “It was all my favorite things wrapped into one day. It was the Colts, nursing, being a cheerleader, kids, Riley, singing.”

But this year, Madden was even more excited. She had decided that with her nursing degree in hand — and already working in ER at St. Francis hospital — she would go for her dream job.

As she and her cheer teammates got ready in the restroom, she told them her plan: “I have to work here. I don’t care how, but I’m going to get a job today.”

After singing songs from “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” and seeing the children smile, Madden still hadn’t gotten up the nerve to mention to any of the hospital staff what she wanted.

“We’re getting ready to walk out the door. I’m like, ‘This is your chance, come on Lauren, come on, you can do this,’ ” she recalled. “And we’re walking out and I was like, ‘Oh, by the way, if you guys are hiring, let me know.’ ”

Lucky for her, a man named Paul Haut heard her loud and clear.


Dr. Haut, the chief medical officer at Riley, was there to see the caroling Colts. When he heard Madden was a nurse, wanted to work at Riley and was already in the ER, he pounced.

“We need emergency department nurses,” he said. “So, we’re always looking for people who want to work for Riley, who have a need to care for some of the sickest kids in the state. It takes a special soul.”

Madden seemed to have what it took. Haut could tell that right away, so he did something a little unusual.

On the spot, Haut called the manager of the ER and told her he thought he had someone to hire. The manager came down and conducted an impromptu interview with Madden, still wearing her caroling hat and uniform. A few weeks later, Madden got an official interview.

Haut didn’t hear how it all turned out until March, when Madden started at Riley. Haut was wandering around the ER and saw that Colts cheerleader.

“She said, ‘Do you remember me?’ ” Haut said. “Oh my gosh. She got the job.”

They’re at the secret treasure chest — Madden and Nevaeh DeVault, 5. Nevaeh is in the ER, nervous, and Madden is helping her pick out a treat.

Nevaeh finally settles on a pink monkey that she decides to name “Monkey.” Madden smiles.

“I love it,” she tells her patient, as if it’s the most original name there is.

Madden loves the kids. She loves singing the ABCs and classic Disney songs and popular favorites like “Let It Go” from “Frozen.” She’s helped many a kid get through a scary time singing by their bed.

“That’s my favorite part about working at Riley. I know medicine’s important in getting these kids better, but I think making that connection with them (makes a difference),” she said. “Getting them a toy from the secret treasure chest and giving them a high five or a hug.”

That’s what brings the patients and their families comfort. That’s what Madden’s mission is.

Yes, she’ll miss being an NFL cheerleader. Madden knows she will be wishing she were on the field this football season. She still follows the Colts cheerleader Facebook page. But it was her choice to not try out for the 2016 season.

The decision wasn’t all that hard. She often thinks back to her days growing up in Greenwood, sitting around the dinner table with her dad telling stories of the ER. She remembers his cool demeanor that calmed the chaos of the department at Bloomington Hospital of IU Health.

Tom Madden may not have gotten to see his daughter graduate, but as he lay in the hospital tended to by nurses, he knew his daughter would soon be one of them.

“I think he would be proud that I’m at Riley and working with kids every day,” she said. “I still feel like he’s guiding me.”

Detroit Lions To Debut Their Cheerleaders This Sunday

Hooray for the Detroit Lions as they debut their cheerleaders this Sunday at home against the Titans. It’s always great to see another NFL cheerleader squad on the field.

Congratulations out to Buccaneer alum Micah who made the team. Hey Micah, enjoy your air conditioned work environment as the TBBC continue to perform in 100-110 degree field temperatures. Haha.

Good luck ladies.

Micah as a Tampa Bay Buccaneer Cheerleader

Micah as a Tampa Bay Buccaneer Cheerleader

Micah's profile photo from

Micah’s profile photo from the Detroit Lions

Detroit Lions Cheerleaders are here


Ladies of Ontario Fury Announce Pre-Audition Workshops!

The Ladies of Ontario Fury, the premiere dance team in the MASL, have announced their pre-audition workshops, presented by Fresh Peaches Custom Swimwear.  Click here for more information and to register.


Workshop #1 (Pro Dancer Workout & Audition Prep)

  • Date:  Sunday, September 18, 2016
  • Time:  Registration 12:45pm  |  Workshop 1pm-3pm
  • Location:  The Look Fitness (2125 San Joaquin Hills Rd, Newport Beach, CA 92660)
  • Receive a full body workout and fitness/nutrition tips from Pro Dance Trainer, Bryan Green from The Look Fitness
  • Plus, learn previous choreography and get audition prep!
  • Limited Availability – Must pre-register to save your spot!

Workshop #2 (Audition Ready Make-Up/Hair & Audition Prep)

  • Date:  Sunday, September 25, 2016
  • Time:  Registration 12:45pm  |  Workshop 1pm-3pm
  • Location:  The Talent Factory (13613 12th St #A, Chino, CA 91710)
  • Receive overall audition/game-day make-up/hair tips from current dance team member, Brittany with a full make-up tutorial
  • Plus, learn previous choreography and get audition prep!

How to Register

You must reserve your spot ahead of time by submitting your information to the right and submitting payment. We will have limited availability for each session to ensure personalized time for each attendee.
Registration Fee

  • 1 Workshop = $25 Fee
  • 2 Workshops = $40 Fee (Save $10 when signing up for both!)

What To Wear

  • Comfortable dance tire. Jazz shoes, athletic shoes or dance sneaker

What To Bring

  • Water and towel
  • Optional: Audition outfit, Application/Head Shot to pre-register for auditions

What To Expect

  • Learn a short routine in the style of dance we perform during the season (different routine taught at each workshop)
  • Receive personal feedback after workshop
  • Go through a mock-audition, so you know what to expect on the day of auditions
  • Workshop #1: Receive fitness and tips from Pro Dance Trainer, Bryan Green from The Look Fitness
  • Workshop #2: Receive overall audition/game-day make-up/hair tips from current dance team member, Brittany with a full make-up tutorial
  • Different routine will be taught at each workshop
  • Receive audition tips from Dance Team Director, Lynae de Leon
  • Question & Answer session
  • Meet new people and have fun in a comfortable and safe environment!


NFL Cheerleader Photos From Week 1


NFL teams that hosted games during week 1 of the regular season have uploaded photos of their cheerleading squads to their team sites.  Click on the links below to go to the team page galleries.

Denver Broncos
Kansas City Chiefs
New Orleans Saints
New York Jets
Philadelphia Eagles
Tennessee Titans
Houston Texans
Baltimore Ravens
Atlanta Falcons
Seattle Seahawks
Dallas Cowboys
Indianapolis Colts
Arizona Cardinals
Washington Redskins
San Francisco 49ers

temp0911_kcsd_cheer_016-nfl_mezz_1280_1024 Best of 2016 Week 1 Cheerleaders has posted a gallery of cheerleader photos from week 1 of the regular season.  Click here to view the gallery.