Exceptional Athletes....Exceptional People
The August Stunt Clinic was a hit! Check out some footage we took! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jgGaxdPMgEI&t=19s
SENIOR TEAM SATURDAYS:
Saturday, September 14 9:00 am-1:00 pm-----SENIOR TEAM CHOREOGRAPHY All girls will need to bring a healthy snack and water bottle. We will be setting stunts and working on large chunks for the routine. It's important everyone is in attendance.
Saturday, September 14: Parent Meeting for BOTH TEAMS 9:00 am-9:45 am As the senior team is warming up with Coach Kay, parents will meet with Coach Wandersee to discuss the upcoming comp season. :)
Saturday, September 28: SENIOR TEAM PRACTICE 8:30-10:30 am
Saturday, October 12: SENIOR TEAM PRACTICE 8:30-10:30 am
ALL competition team practices are Monday and Thursday nights at the following times.
LEVEL 1 YOUTH: 5:00-6:30 pm
LEVEL 3 SENIOR: 5:30-7:30 pm
Here is our end of season highlight video from our cheer banquet.
Here is a video from April 28, 2019 when we won Cheer World Highest Score; National Champs!
Here is a video from our first competition where we won Level 2 Grand Champions!
Here is a video from our Open Gym on Feb. 9.
Here is a video from our Open Gym on Feb. 23.
NEW: Here is the link for our cheer photos! Everyone looks sooo pretty! I love our team!
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!!!
Sunday, January 12
Sunday, February 9
Saturday, April 25
SENIOR TEAM COMPETITION DATES:
1) Sunday, January 12
2) Saturday, February 1
3) Sunday, February 9
4) Saturday and Sunday, February 29-March 1 (2 day)
5) Saturday, March 21
6) Saturday, April 25 OR Saturday, May 9
If we qualify for U.S. Finals, we will compete May 9 at the U.S. Finals in Dallas
1) Monday nights 7:30-8:15 Backhandspring Class (perfect for girls who are working on front/back walkovers, standing backhandsprings with a spotter, or girls who are just wanting to clean up their backhandsprings)
2) Thursday nights 7:30-8:15 Flexibility Class (perfect for girls wanting to take their flexibility to the next level with intense stretching and drills. Highly recommended for flyers)
3) Thursday nights 7:30-8:15 Advanced Tumbling Class (perfect for girls working on tucks and higher. Girls will improve standing and running tumbling passes. Girls must have a solid backhandspring to attend this class)
PRIVATE LESSONS: If you are wanting to schedule private lessons with Coach Kay, please contact her directly at 940-703-0654. She is offering a variety of options on Saturday mornings. You can choose a 30 minute, 45 minute, or 60 minute session. She is also willing to work with two girls at a time so families can split the cost. Contact her for pricing and options.
INTERESTED??? FILL OUT THE FORM AND LET US KNOW! EXTRA TRAINING SESSIONS
HOME WORKOUTS (for all levels)
We need your help! Please remind your daughters to stretch!!!
Girls should be stretching every single day. They can do these stretches while watching TV, doing homework, playing on the computer, etc. Please encourage them! This will aid in overall flexibility and strength, as well as help prevent injuries.
Straddles (both sides and middle)
Straddle leg lifts (20 both sides and 20 in the middle)
Splits (hold each leg for 1 minute)
Bridges (3 sets, holding for 15 seconds)
Kicks (30 each leg)
Jumps (toe touches, front hurdlers)
MEET OUR COACHES
Coach Wandersee has had over 15 years of coaching experience (middle school, high school, co-ed high school, and competitive cheer teams) and also worked as a head UCA camp instructor for 8 years, traveling all over the country teaching camps, choreography, and tumbling classes; in 2004 she served as a judge for the European National Championships. Coach Wandersee worked as a competition judge for UCA as well as Spirit Event Coordinators for 7 years. She taught and coached at Ted Polk Middle School and Newman Smith High School in Carrollton/Farmers Branch for 5 years, and for the past 8 years has been a 7th and 8th grade teacher and cheer coach at Cockrill Middle School in McKinney. Her love for working with students is evident in all that she does, whether it’s in the classroom or on the mat.
Questions? PLEASE CONTACT: Shelli Wandersee 972-689-6347 firstname.lastname@example.org
Coach Kamryn is a varsity cheerleader at McKinney North HS. She is a level 4 flyer, and has 10 years of experience with tumbling and cheerleading. Coach Kamryn has competed on numerous teams around the DFW area, and has won national titles. Kamryn was nominated by the UCA Staff as a “Pin It Forward” recipient for showing great spirit, showing her passion for cheer, and setting a good example for her peers. She is an exuberant, hardworking, and ambitious leader, and she is excited to be a part of Infinite Bounds!
Coach Zoe is a Varsity cheerleader at her high school in Plano ISD. She has done gymnastics since she was 9-years-old and has been a cheerleader for 3 years. She is skilled with spotting tumbling skills at all levels, teaching correct jump technique, and creating innovative choreography. Coach Zoe loves kids; her passion, optimism, and enthusiasm are contagious and all of the girls adore her!
Coach Kay is from Adel, Iowa. She has over 17 years of cheerleading experience and 6 years of coaching experience. She started cheering when she was just 4 years old and continued all throughout her life. Some of that time Coach Kay was a part of Iowa All Stars for 7 years and before that, various recreational teams. Coach Kay held a position on her high school varsity game day and competitive team all four years. During the same time, she also co-coached the middle school cheerleading game day and competitive teams for two years. She later continued her cheerleading career into college at Midland University, where she was a part of the game day and competition squad. While at Midland, Coach Kay finished out the season competing in finals at the 2013 NCA college nationals in Daytona, Florida. Over the past few years Coach Kay has served as the Assistant Director of Cheerleading and the 6th grade head coach for Lantana Wildcat Youth Football League. Alongside all things cheer, Coach Kay is currently a senior at the University of North Texas, graduating this upcoming spring with a Bachelor’s degree in Integrative Studies. She has a passion for the sport and hopes to carry it on and inspire athletes to reach new heights.