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NICOLE WEGNER
HEAD COACH

Nicole is the new Head Coach for the CKRM Cheerleaders. She is a former University of Saskatchewan Cheerleader, while at the U of S, she claimed 3 Western Canadian Championship titles. Nicole has spent the last 5 years coaching at Power Cheer Toronto Cobras all-star club, where as an athlete and coach she has won over 20 National and International championship titles throughout Canada and the United States.

Residing in Saskatoon, Nicole coaches at the high school and University level in the city during the week, while spending most weekends in Regina with the team. She has worked with the CKRM Roughrider Cheerleaders in the past, creating choreography and on-field routines, and is very excited to be coaching the team this year. Nicole strives to continue the level of excellence, creativity and talent on the team.

The Head Coach is looking forward to Grey Cup 2013 here in Saskatchewan!

   

CHELSEA DORN
MANAGER

Chelsea is the new Manager of the 620 CKRM Rider Cheer Team. After cheerleading for the University of Regina for four years, she joined the Rider Cheer Team in 2007 (when stunting was first introduced to the Riders). Being a part of the 2007 Grey Cup win sealed the deal and got her hooked on cheerleading for the best team in the league where she continued to cheerlead until 2011.

Besides cheering on the field, Chelsea is an active member of the Saskatchewan Cheerleading Association where she helps promote cheerleading all over Saskatchewan.

Chelsea is excited to continue with the Rider Cheer Team for her 6th year, albeit in a different facet, still on the sideline cheering on her team.

Go Riders!

   

KATIE KOHUCH
FUNDRAISING COORDINATOR

Katie is in her 3rd year as Fundraising Coordinator of the 620 CKRM Rider Cheerleading Team and was an athlete on the team from 2007-2009 and once more in 2011.

Her involvement with the Saskatchewan cheerleading community also included being a member of the University of Regina Cheerleading Team, working with and coaching various high school teams in the province and being an executive member of the Saskatchewan Cheerleading Association, where she is currently the Vice President.

Katie was very excited to be a part of the initiative that brought the collegiate style of cheerleading to the Roughrider sidelines and she is thrilled to be a part of the continued success of the Saskatchewan Roughrider organization.

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