Congratulations to all our award winners! What an exciting year to see so many young athletes accomplish so much!
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Stefanie Miller is wife to Paskell Miller and mother to 4 amazing young adults; Charles 19, Mackenzie 18, Paige 17 and Joe 16. During the day, she is a building substitute teacher at Paw Paw High School and advisor of the Culture and Ethinic Appreciation Council (CEAC). Her love of coaching started at the very young age of 13, as she began coaching her little sister’s cheer team. This was just the beginning of what was to come. Stefanie began coaching Competitive Cheer in 2000 at Battle Creek Central High School where she developed/started the program from the ground up and coached them to their 1st Conference Championship in the Winter of 2009. In the Fall of 2009, she began coaching at Paw Paw High School where she led her team to 8 Conference Championships, 6 District Championships, 2 Regional Championships, and qualified for State Finals10 times. The most memorable of those state finals appearances is with their most recent finish as Division 3 Runner up in 2021, where she was able to share this accomplishment with her two daughters. Stefanie’s team has been Academic All State honorable mention for the last 13 years. She has also been named Wolverine Conference Coach of the Year (COY), D3-District COY, D3-All Region COY, and D3-All State COY over the last several years. Stefanie has been a member of CCCAM for 20+ years and has served on the board in a few different positions and has been a speaker at CCCAM Summit. Stefanie’s favorite part about Competitive Cheer is watching her athletes blossom into strong independent young women.
My name is Sara Kempton and I am the assistant coach for the varsity team at Plymouth high school. I started at Plymouth in 2015 and fell in love with this program. Since 2015 the program has earned 4 league titles, 2 conference titles, 3 district championships, 6 regional appearances, 2x Regional runner up, 2x state qualifier and 1x State Runner Up. I am so proud to be part of building this program that been very successful the last couple of years. Coaching beside head coach Samantha Kerr has been an honor and I am proud to call her one of my best friends and I am thankful for all she has taught me and what we have accomplished together. Outside of cheerleading I am a radiation therapist in the radiation oncology department for Spectrum-Health Lakeland.
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1- Must be CPR certified by your season' established deadline for the 2020-2021 school year (Varsity Head Coaches)
2- Starting in 2016-17, each head coach of a varsity team hired for the first time at any MHSAA member high school (after July 31, 2016) shall have completed either Level 1 or Level 2 of the MHSAA Coaches Advancement Program (CAP) View MHSAA Website for details
3- ALL coaches must attend a rules meeting or take the online rules meeting
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Sunday, September 12, 2021
It is our purpose to provide education, leadership and guidance to all girl's competitive cheer coaches. Therefore, our focus is to enhance and promote the growth of girls competitive cheer as a sport in Michigan.