Centennial Cheer 

    2019-2020 Winter Season


    19-20 Coaches Letter 

    Cheer Remind App


    Coach Lembeck

    Head Coach



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    Hello ladies! My name is Lauren Lembeck. I am so excited to be a cheer coach again here at CMS. We had an amazing year last year! I love being a part of CMS and watching all these girls grow when it comes to independence, leadership skills and overall how to be a part of a big group working together to succeed.

    I was born and raised in Colorado and moved here to go to ASU, Go Devils! After graduation I decided to buy a home and stay here in the desert. I sure do love it here. 

    I was on varsity cheer all 4 years of high school in Colorado and we scored in the top 5 teams at state every year. We also were one of the top 20 high schools at nationals in Orlando, Florida. I love cheering on sports, even though I am not a cheer leader anymore it is still oen of my favorite activities to do.

    I am a speech therapist at CMS, Colina and Esperanza. It is my true passion! I like to hike, cook, ski, roller blade, and spend time with my friends and family. I have a 150 pound English Mastiff who is my baby and an awesome boyfriend named Tanner.


    Cannot wait for the season to start! Let's Go Sabercats! 


    Coach Connor- Assistant Coach





    Hello. I am excited to be part of the amazing community of Awhatuke, and to be the assistant cheer coach for CMS! I absolutely love this community: friendly people, wonderful resaurants, and great firness opportunities!!!

    I was born in Iowa City, Iowa and grew up in a small town along the Mississippi. I'm a huge Hawkeye fan, and I enjoy watching football games with fellow Iowans. My hometown, Muscatine is referred to as a Pearl of The Mississippi, because of the pearl button industry. Muscatine is also referenced in Samuel Clemens writings, "And I remember Muscatine -still more pleasantly -for its summer susents. I have never seen any, on either side of the ocean, that equalized them."

    I have two sons that still live in Iowa. Brock is 21, and is a biomedical technician. Johnny is 18, and will start his second year of college this fall. They both enjoy visiting Arizona, and perhaps someday will relocate here!

    I'm looking forward to working with an amazing group of girls empowering and supporting others at CMS!





Last Modified on November 6, 2019