Stevenson cheer coach named Michigan's best
Stevenson cheer coach named Michigan's best
Posted on 10/04/2018
Coach receiving a certificate from Dr. Johns and Mrs. Klida

Brianna Verdoodt has been selected as the Michigan High School Athletic Coaches Association State Coach of the Year for the sport of Competitive Cheer at Stevenson High School.  Verdoodt’s selection, from a statewide group of nominees, was based on her leadership and years of contribution to the sport, school and community.

“We are extremely proud that Brianna’s hard work and leadership have been recognized by her peers,” said Dr. Christine Johns, Superintendent of Schools.  “With her focus and vision, she led the Stevenson Titan Competitive Cheer Team to multiple championships including the coveted State Championship title.”

Ms. Verdoodt was recognized for her honor on behalf of the UCS Board of Education, by Board President Gene Klida and Superintendent Dr. Christine Johns, at the Stevenson Titans football halftime show on September 28.

“Being named MHSCA State Coach of the Year is a well-deserved honor for Coach Verdoodt,” added Stevenson High School principal Steven Pfannes.  “She has given her heart and soul to help her competitive cheerleaders improve each year culminating in the 2018 State Championship.”

The Michigan High School Athletic Coaches Association (MHSCA) will present Ms. Verdoodt her award on November 11 at the MHSCA Winter Awards Luncheon to be held in Lansing, Michigan.