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D.C. Cheerleaders Party


For as long as I can remember, I've been writing about the ties between local athletes from different teams: D.C. United players going to Caps games, the Caps taking batting practice with the Nats, prominent Nats being spotted at Wizards games along with members of the Redskins, Redskins reserves challenging Wizards superstars to Halo showdowns, etc.

But for some reason I've stupidly ignored the ties between local cheerleaders from different teams. Well, no more! Not once they start partying together in public! Former Ravens and Terps cheerleader Krystal Stotz is hosting the First Annual D.C./Baltimore Area Pro & Collegiate Cheer/Dance Team Social Saturday night at Sesto Senso, an event that promises attendance from cheering and dancing reps of the Ravens, Redskins, Wizards, Terps, Hoyas, George Mason Patriots and more! Here's part of Krystal's e-mail to the Professional Cheerleader Blog:

As you could imagine, our pro and collegiate community in the DC/Balt area is very close and we all pretty much know each other from being a part of one organization or another. I am hosting the 1st ANNUAL DC/BALTIMORE AREA PRO & COLLEGIATE CHEER/DANCE TEAM SOCIAL, in hopes that I could do this every year, to get everyone together and celebrate with new and old friends in this social network.

Read more at Sesto Senso's MySpace page, which also boasts photos of a recent Caps party. The cost is $5 to cheerleaders and dancers when they bring their headshot, and $20 for creepy loners with cameras everyone else. The fun starts at 10 pm. T-shirt guns must be checked at the door. No poseurs allowed. Posers welcomed.

By Dan Steinberg  |  January 7, 2008; 11:31 AM ET
Categories:  Caps , Redskins , Terps , Wizards  
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Comments

Not mentioned - Chris Cooley is the honorary chairperson of this event.

Posted by: ScottVanPeltStyle.com | January 7, 2008 11:57 AM | Report abuse

I bet the 10:00pm start time is to allow Gil to show up right after the Celts game in full suit attire.

Posted by: smperk | January 7, 2008 12:12 PM | Report abuse

Leave it to a cheerleader to try to use the phrase "first annual," when no such thing exists.

Posted by: Rob | January 7, 2008 12:29 PM | Report abuse

good luck with the dancing...... that place is small!

Posted by: lucky | January 7, 2008 12:31 PM | Report abuse

you've blogged about the nationals?

. . . zing?

Posted by: Anonymous | January 7, 2008 3:14 PM | Report abuse

This is just like the DC Sports Blogger Happy Hour, except the total opposite.

Posted by: DD | January 7, 2008 4:03 PM | Report abuse

Something tells me that place will have bang-up business that night, fo' sure. Quite the concentration of hotties. I'm sure my engraved invitation is in the mail or in my inbox, right Agent Steinz? Um, right?!?
Dang.

Posted by: Arlington Pimp | January 7, 2008 4:12 PM | Report abuse

Actually Sesto Senso is two floors its a pretty big place! This looks like a lot of fun! And...Some people get upset when the "first annual" occurrence of some event is announced, arguing that it doesn't become annual until it's been repeated. But "first annual" simply means "the first of what is planned to be an annual series of events"--it's a fine expression.

Posted by: Anonymous | January 8, 2008 11:26 AM | Report abuse

two floors???????

maybe one floor with stairs leading up to a half of floor........

it is a fun place but tends to get very crowded and hot. Typical dc lounge

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