Sandy Beach Hearron
A Shreveport native, Sandy Beach Hearron attended Caddo Parish schools and graduated from Huntington High School in 1991. She danced on Huntington’s dance line, the Silver Treasures, and served as its highest ranking officer, “Leading Lady.” She continued her dance experience at the college level on Northeast Louisiana University’s dance line, the Warbonnets, and served as Co- Captain of the squad. After graduation she began her teaching career at C.E. Byrd High School and was the coach of the High Steppers dance line. Later, she served as coach of the Dazzlers Dance Team at North Desoto High School. In settling her family in North Shreveport, she chose Northwood as her ultimate school in 1998, where she has served as coach for the award-winning Falcon Line for the past twenty years. Currently she teaches Biology I and human anatomy and physiology. She stays active on several school and community committees in the Blanchard area. This has been home for her husband Chris and their three children. Sandy is quite the advocate for kids – her philosophy embraces her sentiment: “It’s for the kids. A community that gives to its youth, is a community that thrives.”
Emilie King is a Natchitoches native and graduated from Natchitoches Central High School in 2013. She cheered for four years and was the Co-Captain her senior year. She then went on to cheer for Northwestern State University where she competed at UCA College Nationals. She coached the pep squad at NCHS during this time as well. She graduated from NSU in 2017 and again with her M.Ed. in 2019. She began her teaching career at North Desoto High School, where she teaches Algebra III, AP Statistics, and Advanced Math. Emilie has coached the North Desoto Varsity Cheerleaders for three years and stays active on many school committees. She serves on the NSU Alumni Association Board of Directors and as the Chapter Adviser to the Phi Mu chapter at Northwestern. She loves coaching the VooDoo Queens and is excited to experience Level 2 this year!
Maelena is the new assistant All Star Dance coach for Team Rouge. She graduated from Northwood High School where she was a member and the Captain of the Falcon Line. She attend Bossier Parish Community College and is a member of the Ladies in Gold Dance Team. She is studying elementary education. Her passion is dance and she is excited to be able to spread her love for dance to girls in the community.
Andy Cline became the first Bayou Beau last March. He has been training tumble athletes since 2011. From 2008 to 2011 he was a Louisiana Tech Cheerleader. He loves hunting and fishing… almost as much as his lovely wife Colleen. He is glad to work at Bayou Belles & Spirit.
Kayla Collier, was born and raised in Bossier City, Louisiana. She first found her natural ability and talent in gymnastics, at Acrosports, when she was just 8 years old. She progressed rapidly and would go on to hold a 7 year title as State Champion Gymnast, for Louisiana. Over those years she also would compete internationally, as a Level 10 gymnast. Once she started high school, she naturally became a cheerleader for the Parkway Panthers. During her 4 years of cheering in high school, she would compete with her team yearly in the NCA Competitions in Dallas. Kayla has absolutely always been a natural in gymnastics and cheer. She has coached for as long as she can remember. Growing up in the gym, is where she shines and is at her absolute best. Having such a passion in coaching, stems from a life long love for cheer and gymnastics. Her excitement is evident, when she has the opportunity of witnessing an individuals true talent unfold before her eyes.
Rebecca Skyrme Galambos
Rebecca Skyrme Galambos is a North Shreveport native who graduated from Northwood High School in 2003. She was a cheerleader for five years, choreographed and coached area squads in college, and has coached the Northwood Varsity Cheerleaders for ten years. She currently teaches English III and English IV at Northwood and serves on several school and community committees. She and her husband, NHS graduate Chris Galambos, and their two children, currently reside in North Shreveport. As a teacher and coach, Rebecca is committed to “helping young people discover their potential.”
Shelby Walker is a North Shreveport native and graduate of Northwood High School. She was a member of Falcon Line for three years, serving as Lieutenant her senior year. She is also a former Bayou Belles Steel Magnolia. She currently attends BPCC and is a member of the Ladies in Gold. She enjoys teaching dance at Bayou Belles Spirit.
Lacy Turner Foster
Lacy Turner Foster began dance in mascot age division at three years old and studied ballet and jazz with several studios and directors throughout high school. She was also a member of the first competitive dance line for Herndon Magnet School, in addition to being a two year member of the award-winning Falcon Line at Northwood. She spent two years studying choreography taking classes under teachers such as Benjamin Allen and Dianne Grigsby. Lacy holds several titles for award-winning choreography. She currently coaches and sponsors Loyola College Preparatory Elite Dance Team and serves as the choreographer and trainer for the national award-winning Herndon Highsteppers. When not teaching dance, she is an active member on the Krewe of Centaur and a busy wife and mom.
Born in Georgia, Cassydi Scoggin Cook grew up in Shreveport. She began dancing jazz at the age of 8 until 6th grade when she transitioned to cheer for a year at Herndon Magnet School and then the Herndon Highsteppers in 7th grade. Her 8th grade year she became captain of the team. She went on to perform on the award-winning Falcon Line at Northwood High School. She rounded out her career dancing for Northwestern State University’s Pom Pom Line for three years. Cassydi got married in February of 2018 and enjoys spending time with her dogs and trips to Disney.
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