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Lost and Found

IF YOU LOST AN ITEM AT OUR STATE COMPETITION THAT WAS HELD ON JUNE 1ST AND 2ND, PLEASE CONTACT US!
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CIM Seniors 2019

Congratulations to all our 2019 Seniors! We wish you the best in all that you do!
Caroline Walker
"My name is Caroline Walker! I am a senior and this is my last year cheering! I have been cheering with champions in motion for about 7 years and have learned so much from it! I also am doing an internship with the company as an assistant coach this year! I hope to go straight in to nursing school once I graduate and continue to help coach Rockingham Cheer!"
Madison Wilkes
My name is Madison Wilkes, I am a senior at Scotland Early College High School. After graduation, I plan to continue my education at Richmond Community College and pursue my Associates in Nursing Degree. Then, I will attend UNCP for my Bachelors in Nursing Degree. I fell in love with cheer at the age of 7 when I cheered for Parks and Recreation. I first joined Champions in Motion in Summer of 2013 at the age of 12 at the Laurinburg location. The following year I transferred to Rockingham where I have been for the past 5 years. I have performed at a total of 5 national competitions. Our team received first place in Grand Rapids, Michigan. I am gonna miss cheering for RCE but unfortunately all things must come to an end. However, it’s not goodbye because I will be at every competition continuing to cheer my girls on as they rock the mat.
Aiyana Lynch
"Hello, my name is Aiyana Lynch. I am currently a senior at Western Alamance High School and a member of the Haliwa-Saponi Indian Tribe in Hollister, North Carolina. I have been cheering for 7 years and all 7 have been under the coaching of Heather Fahnrich! I started on level 3 and gradually worked my way up to the highest level in the state of North Carolina…LEVEL 7!! After high school, I plan on attending the University of North Carolina at Pembroke (UNCP) to pursue a degree in Nursing. These past 7 years have been some of the best years of my life. I never knew that I could grow to love a sport so much! I want to thank not only God, but my family as well for making these past 7 years possible. The friendships I have made over the past 7 years have now become unbreakable. I am beyond grateful for each of my teammates, thanks to their unconditional love and support, they have helped build me into the strong, independent young woman I am today. Once I graduate high school and go to my last ever Nationals, I will definitely miss all of my teammates and my extraordinary coach. I wish I could cheer with these girls for the rest of my life, but we all have to graduate and move on to bigger things! I plan to tryout for the UNCP Spirit Squad for the 2019-2020 year, so I can hopefully continue my passion for cheerleading! And to all my BC teammates and my BC Coach, I love you all so much and I am gonna miss you guys more than you’ll ever know!Once a BC cheerleader, ALWAYS a BC cheerleader!"
Lani Smith
"I started cheering with Coach Heather when I was in the 7th grade. So this makes my 6th year cheering. I have been doing school cheer as well for 5 years. I am currently enrolled at Durham Tech and plan to continue my education there after I graduate and later transferring to East Carolina University. What I will miss the most is the rush of hitting the floor with my team and when we hit the skills we had been working towards for the whole season.
Sydney Hicks
"My name is Sydney and I’ve been cheering with coach heather for almost 13 years. My love for cheer has never stopped, I cheered all of middle school and I’m currently on the varsity cheer team at Williams High School. My plans after high school are to go to acc (Alamance community college) for two years and transfer to a university!! I plan to stick around burlington for a while after high school and during college because I am most definitely a homebody. The thing I will miss most about cheering with coach heather, mama pat and my team are the people, the bonds ive made with these girls and my coaches that I know will last me a lifetime. These aren’t just my best friends but my family, they’ve seen me grow up and become the person I am today. Without cheerleading I wouldn’t be that person, I am who I am because of cheerleading and all the special people it has put in my life. I am forever grateful for the things that cheerleading has taught me, the confidence it has brought me and the family I look forward to having forever."
Whitney Yarborough
"I have cheered for 11 yrs.My plan is to receive my Bachelors degree in Interior Design and later obtain my real estate license. I will be attending East Carolina University with plans to cheer on their All-Girl cheerleading squad.I’m so glad that I got the chance to not only get to know so many people, but to create an unbreakable bond with everyone. I will miss everything about cheering with such amazing girls!"
Jenaiya Covington
"My name is Jenaiya Ariena Covington. I am a 17 year old senior at Southern School of Sustainability High school. I've been cheering with Champions in Motion for four years. Within those years I've grown and learned a lot from my coaches. I started on level four and ended on level five KCX Inferno with Coach Lorena. I plan to attend college studying dance and early childhood education. Someday I plan to coach a cheer team of my own. I'm going to miss cheering with my cheer sisters at Champions in Motion."
Kevona Buzzar
"Hi my name is Kevona Buzzar I am 18 years old. I have been cheering for 8 years and I started cheering for Champions in Motion at the age of 13. I cheer on level 6 KCX. After high school I plan on attending either East Carolina university or Western Carolina university majoring in forensic nursing."
Destiny Emory
"Destiny is a member of Lillington Ice. She’s been cheering in Lillington for 6 years and became a member of level 4 at the age of 12. She also cheers with her 2 younger sisters on the team. She plans to pursue some classes in Cosmetology at Central Carolina Community College after her high school graduation. She also helps to use her background in cheerleading to coach cheer in the future." Read more...

Registration for Tumble and Stunt Clinics is open!

Registration is now open for our two clinics this session:
Stunt Clinic - March 16th
Tumble Clinic - April 27th
Both Clinics will take place in Myrtle Beach at Ultimate Gymnastics Academy!
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Important Winter 2019 Dates!

We want to thank all of our amazing students, coaches, office staff and cheer director for helping us have a magical state competition. It was our best state competition yet! We are exicted for the Winter 2019 session. Please mark your calendar with the clinic and competition dates below! (Teams only attend one regional compettion.)
Stunt Clinic at Ultimate Gymnastics Academy - March 16th (All locations are welcome to attend!)
Tumble Clinic at Ultimate Gymnastics Academy - April 27th (All locations are welcome to attend!)
Myrtle Beach Regional - May 4th
Raleigh Regional - May 11th
Greensboro Regional - May 18th
State Competition in Fayetteville - June 1st & 2nd
We are so excited for this session and can't wait to see everyone at our upcoming competitions!
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Outstanding Job, CIM National Teams!!

Please help us in congratulating all of our teams that made it to Nationals in Chicago this year!!! We are proud of you!!! Division 4: Stanly Conty Fusion - 1st Place KP Bullets - 3rd Place Salisbury Revolution - 3rd Place UC CHeer Firestorm - 1st Place Gastonia G-Force - 5th Place BC Blush - 2nd Place KC Fusion Flames - 5th Place Greensboro Tigersz - 4th Place Lillington Ice Rockingham Fame Wadesboro Lady Sparks Morrisville Thunder - 4th Place Division 5: Jacksonville Inferno - 5th Place UC Cheer Tempest BC Blackout - 2nd Place Division 6: BC Blaze - 2nd Place KC Fusion Phoenix Rockingham Fearless Division 7: BC Blitz - 3rd Read more...