Website Manager

Stanwood Youth

Cheerleading

Stanwood Youth Cheerleading

Meet Our Team

We are here to provide you and your family with the best youth cheerleading experience possible! We are proud to bring you a group of highly accomplished coaches and administrators. Read the bios below to learn more about your coaches and other leaders in our organization.

Katrina Trampush
Head Coach



About Coach Katrina:
Katrina has been with Stanwood Youth Cheer since 2015. As both a formally trained dancer and a high school cheerleader, she prides herself on all aspects of the disciplines. She is an alumna of Arizona State University and is completing a Master in Elementary Education with Western Governors University. Her favorite parts about cheerleading are making up exciting dance routines and watching the cheerleaders own the competition floor. Katrina has a deep passion for this organization and is committed to its success and the enrichment of the cheerleaders.

Emilee Swenson
Head Coach



About Coach Emilee:
Emilee has been with Stanwood Youth Cheer since 2016. She grew up in Stanwood and was a Stanwood Youth cheerleader herself, before becoming evolved in competitive cheerleading. She is a Skagit Valley College graduate in Early Childhood Education. Her favorite parts of coaching are arranging stunting routines and building team bonds amongst the squads. She has a true passion for helping this organization and the young ladies who participate in it to grow.

Amanda Balga
Head Coach

 

About Coach Amanda:
Amanda has been with Stanwood Youth Cheer since 2018. She moved to Camano Island with her family in 2010 and jokes that they are a true Spartan family. Her husband has coached with Stanwood Youth Football since 2015, when their son started playing for the Peewees. Their daughter as been cheering with Stanwood Youth Cheerleading since 2017. Amanda loves watching the cheerleaders grow both mentally and physically, but to her, nothing surpasses the bonds that are built during each season. She is passionate about continuing to grow this organization and looks forward to another fun, successful season!

.


Board Member Contact Information

Address:
26910 92nd Avenue NW C-5 PMB 117 
Stanwood, WA 98292

Email: [email protected]

 

Have a question, comment, or suggestion?

Just need to get in touch with us? Let us know! We want to hear from you!
 
Holly Fusco
Board Member


Email: [email protected]

Leslie Hill
Board Member


Email: [email protected]

  
Andrea O'Neill
Board Member


Email: [email protected]

Brittany Tower
Board Member


Email: [email protected]

 

The goal of our cheer program is to learn age and skill level appropriate cheerleading fundamentals, to support our Ellington Roadrunners football team, and to have fun!  Safety is our first priority, and your coach will be CPR & First Aid certified, a member of the NYSCA, trained in concussion prevention, and safety certified through the AACCA.

Our first practice is on Monday, July 28.  We practice Mon-Thurs each week during the summer, and then reduce to a shortened practice schedule once school begins at the coach’s discretion.  Our time during August is a critical learning period, and we ask that every attempt is made to be at each practice.  This is where we learn the basics of arm motions, jumps, stunting, sideline cheers, and the halftime routine.  It is a lot to learn in a short period of time, so expect to see a little something new from you cheerleader each day.  Of course, practice at home is what makes this all possible, so we ask that you encourage them to stretch and practice often.

Once the season begins, we cheer weekly at Roadrunners football games home and away, within the NCFL league.  The games are generally on Sundays with the occasional Saturday game.  We cheer rain or shine, so please plan accordingly.  We participate in the NCFL cheer competition in late Oct/early Nov, which we prepare for throughout the season. This is an event that puts the spotlight specifically on the cheerleaders, and is an amazing opportunity to show off everything we learn throughout the season.  Schedules permitting, we sometimes participate in other competitions in our area.  More information on competitions will be provided from your coach.

Your coaches are excited and can’t wait to meet you!  Please join us at our registration/orientation event in May to learn more.

GO ROADRUNNERS!!

The goal of our cheer program is to learn age and skill level appropriate cheerleading fundamentals, to support our Ellington Roadrunners football team, and to have fun!  Safety is our first priority, and your coach will be CPR & First Aid certified, a member of the NYSCA, trained in concussion prevention, and safety certified through the AACCA.

Our first practice is on Monday, July 28.  We practice Mon-Thurs each week during the summer, and then reduce to a shortened practice schedule once school begins at the coach’s discretion.  Our time during August is a critical learning period, and we ask that every attempt is made to be at each practice.  This is where we learn the basics of arm motions, jumps, stunting, sideline cheers, and the halftime routine.  It is a lot to learn in a short period of time, so expect to see a little something new from you cheerleader each day.  Of course, practice at home is what makes this all possible, so we ask that you encourage them to stretch and practice often.

Once the season begins, we cheer weekly at Roadrunners football games home and away, within the NCFL league.  The games are generally on Sundays with the occasional Saturday game.  We cheer rain or shine, so please plan accordingly.  We participate in the NCFL cheer competition in late Oct/early Nov, which we prepare for throughout the season. This is an event that puts the spotlight specifically on the cheerleaders, and is an amazing opportunity to show off everything we learn throughout the season.  Schedules permitting, we sometimes participate in other competitions in our area.  More information on competitions will be provided from your coach.

Your coaches are excited and can’t wait to meet you!  Please join us at our registration/orientation event in May to learn more.

GO ROADRUNNERS!!

The goal of our cheer program is to learn age and skill level appropriate cheerleading fundamentals, to support our Ellington Roadrunners football team, and to have fun!  Safety is our first priority, and your coach will be CPR & First Aid certified, a member of the NYSCA, trained in concussion prevention, and safety certified through the AACCA.

Our first practice is on Monday, July 28.  We practice Mon-Thurs each week during the summer, and then reduce to a shortened practice schedule once school begins at the coach’s discretion.  Our time during August is a critical learning period, and we ask that every attempt is made to be at each practice.  This is where we learn the basics of arm motions, jumps, stunting, sideline cheers, and the halftime routine.  It is a lot to learn in a short period of time, so expect to see a little something new from you cheerleader each day.  Of course, practice at home is what makes this all possible, so we ask that you encourage them to stretch and practice often.

Once the season begins, we cheer weekly at Roadrunners football games home and away, within the NCFL league.  The games are generally on Sundays with the occasional Saturday game.  We cheer rain or shine, so please plan accordingly.  We participate in the NCFL cheer competition in late Oct/early Nov, which we prepare for throughout the season. This is an event that puts the spotlight specifically on the cheerleaders, and is an amazing opportunity to show off everything we learn throughout the season.  Schedules permitting, we sometimes participate in other competitions in our area.  More information on competitions will be provided from your coach.

Your coaches are excited and can’t wait to meet you!  Please join us at our registration/orientation event in May to learn more.

GO ROADRUNNERS!!

Contact

Stanwood Youth Cheerleading
 
   

Email: [email protected]
Copyright © 2020 Stanwood Youth Cheerleading  |  Terms Of Use |  Privacy Statement |  Children's Privacy Policy  Log In