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News from the Jacksonville Axe Maidens

Director of the Jacksonville Axe Maidens and our good friend Darlene Clancy fills us in one her squad and some of her alumni:

Well the Axemen season is over. Unfortunately, we didn’t win the Championship but it was a great effort. The Axe Maidens are still busy with appearances and we have the Atlantic Cup in November with the Axemen playing teams from the UK and Australia.

2011 Jacksonvill Axe Maidens

2011 Jacksonvill Axe Maidens

It’s been another successful year for Alumni Axe Maidens. Several ladies were selected to professional teams and have received accolades for their hard word.

Cara

Cara

Katrina

Katrina

Marisa

Michele

Michele

AM Alumni – Michele, Katrina, and Marisa were selected to the 2011 ROAR of the Jaguars. They join Cara who is now in her 2nd season.

Randi

Randi

The AFL’s Jacksonville Sharks also welcomed AM Alumni Micah and Randi. They join Amanda and Bryn who are in their 2nd season as Attack Dancers. Randi and Bryn were both vying for the honor of representing Jacksonville as part of the AFL’s Dream Team. In the end Randi was selected by fan votes and made the trip to Arizona. What a great experience she had especially with the Jacksonville Sharks winning the Championship!

DeeDee

DeeDee

Amy M and DeeDee were not only inaugural Axe Maidens but inaugural Sharks Attack Dancers as well. They returned to the 2011 Axe Maidens, this time as Assistant Directors.

To date 4 Axe Maidens have been selected to the ROAR and 7 on the Sharks Attack Dance team.

I’m SO proud of what all the Axe Maidens (current and alumni) have accomplished.

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1 comment to News from the Jacksonville Axe Maidens

  • Bill

    Nice article on the Axe Maidens. Photo of wrong Marisa accompanies the article. Marissa of the Roar was not an axe maiden. Marisa (single “s”)of the Roar was the axe maiden.