To provide a structured environment of competitive cheerleading while accomplishing our goals. Our goals are to teach dedication, commitment, self-confidence, teamwork, discipline, responsibility, and leadership in a family-friendly, safe and fun environment.
We promise to commit to all of our families that we will provide a competitive and supportive environment for everyone to continue to grow. We strive to be a close-knit family, which is achievable by parents, athletes, and coaches working together and maintaining open communication at all times. While we expect to be competitive, we also expect to form positive, encouraging relationships with our competitors and setting positive life examples for our athletes—they are the reason we are here!
MEET OUR STAFF
Kimberly has been involved in the gymnastics, dance and cheerleading industries since she was just three years old. While gymnastics was her first love (where she was a Level 6 Sectional's champion and training level 7), cheerleading stormed into her life and created a passion that she has never been able to walk away from. As an athlete, she has competed at all levels of our sport in both the all-star and collegiate divisions. A 3-time Worlds competitor, the highlight of her career was winning the 2011 IASF Nation's Cup for the United States with her International Open All Girl team, Fire & Ice Whiteout. Her coaching career started when she was just 14 years old, and she has coached at all ages and levels since. Kimberly attended Point Park University where she received her degree in Mass Communications and Journalism, then went on to complete her Master's degree in Business Management from Fitchburg State University. When she isn't in the gym, she can be found working for her family's property management company, spending time with her husband and their two children, or going to concerts and meeting her favorite musicians!
Beth has had a forever love of cheerleading! She was an all-star cheerleader for 15 years competing in levels 3 - 6. Her passion for cheer grew even bigger when she was offered a coaching position. This will be the start of her 10th year as an all star coach! The highlight of her cheerleading journey wouldn’t be all of the banners, jackets, and medals.. but instead, watching her athletes perform a routine that they are proud of and coming off the mat with a smile on their face! Outside of cheerleading, Beth can be found as a dental assistant at Drake Orthodontics. Fun Fact about Beth - she is an avid Patriots fan!!
Carrie comes to us with a lifetime of experience - from the time she could walk she wanted to flip, leading to her journey in the gym! She started gymnastics at a young age and was introduced to all-star cheer when she was 8 - the rest is history! She was an all-star cheerleader for 10 years before moving onto cheering collegiately (where she also was a competitive member on the track and field team - placing 2nd in her collegiate conference in high jump!). Carrie began coaching all-stars at 16, and continued coaching both competitive gymnastics and all-star cheer throughout college. This will be her 12th year as an all-star cheer coach! The highlight of her cheer career was when she made her first level 5 team when she was 14 and going on to winning Nationals her senior year of high school. Carrie has 2 Bachelor’s Degrees -one in Behavioral Science and one in Criminal Justice, as well as concentrations in forensics and youth development. She can be found in the Waynesboro Area School District as a Transition Coordinator for one Laurel Life's primary education transition classrooms - a program designed to serve children with behavioral and academic needs who have experienced trauma. Outside of cheer, Carrie loves spending time with her family and taking spontaneous trips with her friends. She loves summer and being on the water so she takes her paddle board out any chance she gets!
Tabetha, or Coach Tabi, has been involved in cheerleading since she was a young girl. Over the last 15 years she has spent her time either coaching, judging competitions, choreographing, or running a Rec program. She enjoys encouraging her athletes to achieve their goals and watching them grow on and off of the mat. Tabetha has a bachelors degree in Education Studies. When she isn’t coaching, she can be found homeschooling her three children or cheering them on during their sporting events.