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Spokane Shock dancer hopefuls try out for open spots on Sunday

About 30 women showed up Sunday morning for the right to represent the Spokane Shock as dancers for the team’s first season since 2017. The final team will be announced later this week, with the home opener scheduled at the arena for the end of March.

WATCH: Guess Who’s Back?

The Spokane Shock are set to release their announcement of returning tomorrow, Nov. 1st, 2019. Today we caught up with the owner, Sam Adams as he filled us in on what to expect this upcoming year as the Shock join the IFL.

Life without arena football: Coaching job takes former Spokane Shock, Empire coach Adam Shackleford away from home base

When the Spokane Empire ceased operations after the 2017 season, head coach Adam Shackleford thought his 35-year streak of involvement in football was coming to an end. He had held nearly every title – player, assistant coach, personnel director, offensive coordinator, head coach – but he wondered if it was time to stay on the sideline with his family firmly settled in Spokane.

Life without arena football: Faithful fans root for return of high-flying sport to Spokane

The season is winding down in arena football leagues across the country but not in Spokane. The franchise – known as the Shock for the first 10 seasons in arenafootball2 and the Arena Football League and the Empire for two seasons in the Indoor Football League – shuttered last July for financial reasons. The organization’s 12-year run was long by most arena franchise standards, but not long enough for its diehard fans.