WSCCA Honorees

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Each year the WSCCA honors coaches, programs, and athletic directors with awards nominated by their peers, athletes, and parents.  We take pride in lifting others up and recognizing their great accomplishments.  Our annual nomination process generally opens in May, with awards announced at the Pacific Northwest Coaches Conference.

This page serves as an archive for past honorees and WSCCA history.

Hall of Fame

Adolfo Capestany - 2020 Hall of Fame Contributor

WSCCA Competition MC and DJ

For almost our entire competition seasons, Aldolfo has been there to run music, MC the events, and be the behind the scenes cheerleader. He is deserving of recognition for all the hard work, time, energy, and dedication he has brought to the industry over the years.

Kim Westerberg - 2020 Hall of Fame Coach 

Enumclaw High School

Kim Westerberg has been a stalwart coach in Washington for many years. She has been active as the head coach of her school, a parent (and rabid fan) of a UW cheerleader, and an active member of the WSCCA board for many years. She has held leadership positions on the board and
has always been a supporter and volunteer at our many events. Kim has faced many challenges over the years she has coached, both personally and in her program. She isn't afraid to make hard decisions. She continues to persevere no matter what--providing an excellent example for those she coaches as well as those of us who see her from the sidelines. Kim is much deserving of a spot in the WSCCA Hall of Fame.

Andy Gault - 2020 Hall of Fame Coach 

Bothell High School & National Cheerleaders Association

Andy wants the very best for everyone and he doesn't stop until everyone receives it. Being a teacher, coach, and head NCA instructor for 21+ years in the state of Washington, he is beloved by cheerleaders, coaches, and students across the globe. He has been honored as teacher of the
year in the state of Washington and this honor should extend to his lifetime achievement of his years of service to the cheerleading community. He is the spirit of Herkie Herkimer embodied and delivered to all of us. Andy is fair, inclusive, loving, and equitable. He is uplifting, kind, and builds character and confidence in all of those that he meets daily. And years later, cheerleaders come back to visit him and share their love and appreciation for him.

Scholastic Awards

Whoever - 2019 Coach of the Year

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Kaitlyn Hanley - 2019 Assistant Coach of the Year

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Auburn Mountainview - 2019 Program of the Year

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Rabecca Hooper - 2019 Rising Star

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Scott Sifferman - 2019 Atheltic Director of the Year

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Recreational Awards

Cathlyn Boudewyns - 2019 Coach of the Year

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Randi Zitterich - 2019 Assistant Coach of the Year

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Bothell Junior Cheer - 2019 Program of the Year

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Cecelia Estes - 2019 Rising Star

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WSCCA Awards

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Renee Engelking - 2019 Member of the Year

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WSCCA History

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Kim Kawachi - Current President

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2019 Executive Board and Directors

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2019 General Board Members

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2019 Interns

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WSCCA History

Established –  2000 from a WIAA Cheerleading Summit First official meeting on April 8, 2000, at WIAA Office, Renton WA. 


First elected President was Pam Headridge.
Hosted first conference – 2001
Hosted first state competition 2002
Incorporated into a 501C3  - 2004
Given out $118,000 in scholarships in the last 9 years (2011)

Honorees