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Cheer (MS)

 
Head Coach
 
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Name: Amber Toney
Biography
Amber Toney is a native of Rutherford County and has been married for 15 years with two daughters that attend TJCA. She and her husband own their own business in Forest City, N.C. and she also works as a substitute teacher at TJCA. She studied at Cleveland Community College and graduated from Chase High School in 2001. While attending Chase High, she was a varsity cheerleader and drum major for the marching band. Coach Toney has been cheering since she was 7 years old and school spirit has always been a big part of who she is. Recently, she was named the Cheer Commissioner for the Gryphon Youth Athletic Association where she has served since 2018.
 
Assistant Coaches
General Information
Courtney Sparks
Cheerleading is a great opportunity for young people to express the pride they have in their school and in their peers that participate in other school sports. The best part of cheer is seeing how a group of young peers can come together and work as a team. Encouraging each other, supporting one another, building long-lasting friendships, and forming bonds like no other are the experiences that you'll gain through MS Cheer.
 
Middle School Cheerleading focuses on teaching the fundamentals of cheer to interested participants in grades 6-8.