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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 SYC since 2015. She has a background in both dance and cheerleading. Creating dance routines is one of her favorite parts about being a coach. When she’s not at cheer, Katrina is busy teaching in the Stanwood-Camano school district. In her spare time she enjoys being with her family and pets, or reading books. Katrina looks forward to the new cheer season and making great memories with the cheerleaders!

Caitlyn  Hill
Head Coach

 
About Coach Caitlyn:
Caitlyn Has been a part of Stanwood Youth Cheer coaching team since 2019. She has a history of cheer experience. She was an SYC cheerleader back in the day. Caitlyn also participated in competitive cheer with Absolute Cheer, and cheered for Stanwood High School. When Caitlyn was not cheering, she was an athlete on the field and in the gym. Playing softball, soccer, and basketball. She has always worn Red and White. Go Spartans!  Caitlyn’s passion is volunteering with youth. During highschool Caitlyn earned herself a four year letter for Community Service. Volunteering hundreds of hours in her community. Caitlyn works as Para Educator in the Stanwood-Camano School District. Caitlyn is a great team player, a great leader, and knows how to bring Cheer to any experience.

Jennifer England
Head Coach


About Coach Jennifer:
Jennifer  has been with Stanwood Youth Cheer since 2022. She is originally from Stanwood and spent most of her childhood cheering for the Stanwood Spartans! Jennifer is a nurse, wife and mother of two. She has spent the last 10 years moving coast to coast due to her husband’s military career and is excited to settle down in Stanwood and raise her family in the same community she grew up in. Her favorite part of coaching  cheerleading is watching the cheerleaders gain confidence and have fun! 




 


Jackie Lee
Head Coach

About Coach Jackie:
Jackie has been coaching cheer since 2021. Her daughter has been cheering with SYC since 2018. Jackie is a wife, mom of three, and has recently graduated from Evergreen Beauty as an esthetician. Jackie had volunteered to coach just to help out but did not expect to love it as much as she does. Jackie is passionate about learning and teaching new stunts and cheers each year and is enjoying watching these athletes grow.

 
  


Emilee Swenson
Head Coach

About Coach Emilee:
Coach Emilee is a Stanwood Youth Cheer Alumni! She grew up in Stanwood and is passionate about giving back to the community that  raised her. She currently is a program supervisor for a local child development center and loves to catch as many Mariners games as she  can.

She believes every cheerleader deserves a coach who believes in them and will push them to be their best, on the side lines or in life. She  loves working with her team through the season to grow their strengths, and self esteem. Her favorite thing about cheerleading is stunting,  it is the ultimate test of a team’s trust in one another. Her favorite thing about coaching is watching her team bond and helping young  cheerleaders find their joy in this amazingly rewarding sport.



 





Board Member Contact Information

 
Leslie Hill
President


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!!

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