Cheerleaders have gained life long friendships through the squad. Although the squad is young, they have accomplished what other squads take years to build. From small stunts to big stunts, from cartwheels to toe touch jumps…we are Sentinels.
- February 4 at the Red Raider Invitational at Lowell HS. The competition begins at 10am. General admission is $7, students/children are $5.
- February 11 at the Shawsheen Valley Winter Cheer Invitational at Shawsheen Tech
- February 12 at the Central Catholic Invitational at Central Catholic. Time TBA.
For more information, please contact our Athletic Director, Kerry Cashman at Kerry.Cashman@bradfordchristianacademy.org
Meet the Coaches
Monica Romig serves as Head Coach of the Sentinels Cheerleaders. Ms. Romig was a cheerleader in high school and an assistant coach of a Middle School cheer team at Lexington Christian Academy before coming to BCA. Her goals for the team are to 1. Be Safe, 2. Look Good, 3. Have Fun and 4. Glorify God! Taking the BCA cheer squad from being strictly sideline cheerleaders to a competition team has been both challenging and rewarding. They received 2nd place at the Shepherd Hill Invitational in 2016. She is so thankful for the support of her new co-coach Jessie Robie! You can contact coach Mrs. Monica Romig at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jessie Robie received her MFA in English from the University of New Hampshire and her Bachelor’s in Liberal Arts from Hampshire College. Ms. Robie serves as assistant coach for the cheering team. As a former cheerleader on a competition squad, she looks forward to working with the BCA girls as they get ready to compete. In addition to cheerleading, Ms. Robie played ASA/USA Junior Olympic Fast Pitch Softball for seven years. Additionally, she played on her high school team where she was a New Hampshire All-State second baseman. She is excited to see softball return to the Olympics in 2020. You can contact Jessie at Jessie.Robie@bradfordchristianacademy.org.