Jodi is married to her husband Dylan and they have three children. Her son Dylan loves football and wrestling. Her daughters Sophia and Gabriella started cheerleading when they were very young and they have not stopped flipping around the house since. Jodi has been involved in competitive cheerleading since she was 7 years old. In addition to cheering at the Varsity level throughout high school, she was a nationally competitive collegiate cheerleader at George Mason University. While at George Mason, Jodi won the National Partner Stunt Championship at the UCA National Collegiate Cheerleading competition in San Diego, California which aired on ESPN. The following year, she transferred to the University of South Carolina on a Division I cheerleading scholarship where she was captain her Senior year. While competing at the collegiate level, her team placed 2nd, 4th, and 5th at Nationals. Jodi was also a UCA instructor for 6 years and the head Varsity coach for J.P. McCaskey High School for 7 years. In addition to running LA, Jodi is the Director of Hempfield Midget Cheerleading. Jodi is thrilled with the success of LA and she is so excited for what the future holds for LA and the sport she loves!
Sports and coaching are a way of life for Heidi’s family! Her husband Bobby is a physical education teacher and football coach for Conestoga Valley. Her son, Robby, loves football, lacrosse, and fishing. Her daughter, Ivy, loves cheer! Heidi began cheering for Conestoga Valley at 6 years old and continued through her high school career serving as captain of the varsity squad her junior and senior years of HS. She then went on to cheer at Millersville University’s co-ed squad where she also served as team captain for 2 years. During the summers of her college years, Heidi instructed cheerleading camps. Being a camp instructor and squad coach, she has coached cheerleaders from D-Team through high school. After graduating from Millersville University with degrees in Elementary and Special Education, Heidi taught for Manheim Township School District and coached varsity cheerleading for Conestoga Valley. Heidi “retired” from teaching and coaching in 2004 when she started her family. She has been with LA from it’s start in 2013. Heidi is thrilled to be coaching and a part of making LA Cheer a top notch program.
Rachel Miller, Competitive Coach
Rachel has been a coach for LA since its 2nd season. She has coached teams from mini to senior age, and levels 1-3. She came to us with a strong knowledge of cheerleading and a large background of performing. She twirled baton, danced and competed nationally for 13 years and has been cheering for 10 years. Graduating from Donegal in 2008, Rachel went on to cheer at Kutztown University where her team competed and placed in the top 5 at UCA College Nationals in Walt Disney World. When Rachel started with us, her little sister, Sarah, joined the mini team, but has since advanced to being on Senior level 5 (that makes her feel old J). Since then Rachel has gotten engaged, obtained her master’s degree in education, got married, and had our tiniest, but biggest fan, Reegan, her 1.5-year-old son. Rachel’s favorite thing about LA is the family atmosphere and how everyone cheers each other on, on and off the mat. Throughout her time here, she has gotten to see girls who started out on mini with no stunting or tumbling skills now competing on a level 4 team at Summit. It is amazing how much growth athletes make at LA All Stars – she is proud to be a part of it!
Brittanie Grazer, Competitive Coach
A native of Lancaster, She graduated from Hempfield High School in 2006 and earned her associates degree in elementary education. She is currently working on her bachelors degree. Brittanie works U-GRO teaching preschool. Brittanie just recently got married and she has two dogs with her husband and they love to travel.
Brittanie began cheering in second grade. She cheered through the HAMS program and then cheered competitively for HCS for 4 years beginning in 9th grade. Brittanie competed both locally and across the country as far as Florida. In 2003, her team earned a National Title at Reach the Beach. Brittanie also coaches school cheer in Eastern York school district. Competitive cheerleading is Brittanie’s passion, and she loves being part of the LA Cheer family! She loves coaching and seeing these athletes shine on the mat, and can not wait to see what this season will bring.
Hello my name is Missy Hernandez, I have been a coach for LA All Stars since 2014, and for the HAMS program since 2013! I was a cheerleader from the age of 6 all the way through high school. My daughter has been in LA since 2014 and has been a member of multiple teams, my son plays football and wrestles for Hempfield! I’m a Pre-k teacher by day and the lead singer of the Screamin Daisys by night! I have learned so much and hope to continue to learn and coach in this wonderful program as long as I can! LA4L💙💚💙💚!
Jaimie joined the world of cheer at age thirteen, spending the next decade cheering for Conestoga Valley, followed by Millersville University, and then joining the Cheer Excel competitive team. Jaimie took a break from cheer to complete her Master’s degree in Social Work and start a family. She was blessed with two beautiful children, Riley and Chloe. Jaimie rejoined the world of cheer, when her daughter Chloe expressed a desire to join the Penn Manor Junior Comets. Jaimie coached for two years with the Penn Manor Junior Comets. She then served as Assistant Cheer Director for one year, and will be assuming the role of Cheer Director for the Penn Manor Junior Comets. Jaimie’s daughter Chloe, has cheered competitively with Lancaster Athletic Cheer for the last three years as a Mini Sparkler and Youth Starlet. Jaimie has instructed for the LAC prep program the last two years, and coached the LAC Starbursts for one season. Through both her career in social work and as a coach and director for cheer, her goal has always been to help children fulfill their potential.
Emmy Burke, Competitive Coach
Emmy and her husband, Tug live locally and have 3 little girls. Maddie, 13, has been with LA from day one, and is now currently on LA’s senior 4 icons team. Rowan is 4, and is following in her sisters footsteps and making her cheer debut on the tiny starburst team this year. Roxi is 2 and cannot wait to start cheering with her sisters. Emmy grew up performing and started twirling baton competitively at the age of 4 for a national championship studio. She also did competitive dance and pom line. Emmy started cheering in second grade for a local Rec team and went on to cheer at the varsity level in high school. She was an NCA All American nominee for her high school team her junior and senior year. Emmy has taught hip hop classes at innovations dance in York, and helped with LA’s prep program. She coached the tiny starburst team last season and is currently coaching the tiny team again this year. The starbursts are totally where her heart is at and she LOVES helping to develop their love of cheer at such an early age!
Emily Noll, Competitive Coach
Emily lives in Conestoga, PA with her husband, Justin, and their four children, Dylan, Brynn, Evan, and Austin. All of her children are athletes and participate in multiple sports. She is currently working as a health room nurse and is also a licensed cosmetologist.
Emily has been involved with cheerleading for over 25 years. She has cheered for Penn Manor (PMJC and PMHS) and Synergy All Stars competitive cheerleading. After graduating high school she began to coach All Stars. Emily has also coached with PMJC for many years and has been coaching at LA since 2017. She has traveled the USA competing and coaching, earning many national titles. Emily has a love for competitive cheer and is thrilled to be a coach with LA All Stars.
Karlee Rice–Competitive Coach
Karlee Rice, a Lancaster native, graduated from Hempfield High in 2016 and recently graduated from Millersville University in May 2019. She has a love for travel and anything plants and the outdoors. And is a “mother” to a cat named Slippers.
She started her love of cheer through the MYAA program and cheered for 6 years with Mountville. She also cheered competitively for HCS from 7th-10th grade and for Titanium Allstars in 11th grade. After graduating from college she wanted to go back to being in the cheer world and coach all star cheer. She is so excited to be coaching at LA Allstars and cannot wait to see what this season holds for these athletes!
Kylie Kreider– Competitive Coach
Kiley’s love for cheerleading began when she was just five. She started out cheering for a local competitive team in Lancaster. At age seven she began cheering with Manhiem Township and cheered her way through Manhiem Township youth program and high school program. She also cheered for MT Extreme; also known as MTX. She was captain of her high school team all four years and NCA All American Cheerleader. She also participated in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade her senior year. Kiley graduated from Manhiem Township is 2014. Kiley continued coaching for the Manhiem Township Youth Cheerleading for 7 years while also coaching for MTX Allstars and Fame Allstars. Kiley is super excited to continue her coaching career with LA!
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Alyssa Coonan-Competitive Coach
Ashley Ecenrode- Competitive Coach
Jessica Shifflett- Competitive Coach
Aiden Himes- Tumbling Coach
Larisa Senft- Tumbling Coach