Cheerleading Adds Local Products Estepp and Fuller
WILMORE, Ky. – Asbury University Cheerleading Coach Bonnie Temple has announced the signing of two student-athletes for the 2013-14 year. Both Kimberly Fuller and Savanna Estepp are local products from Jessamine County, representing both East and West Jessamine High School.
Estepp is the first cheerleading signee from East Jessamine High School and comes with six years of cheerleading experience, including three on the varsity squad. The Jaguars have earned first and second place team awards in KAPOS and in the Battle of the Bluegrass. Estepp plans on majoring in Biology with a pre-med degree.
Fuller is the first cheerleading signee from West Jessamine High School and joins the Eagles with five years of cheerleading experience, including three on the varsity level. Her squad was 9th in the nation in 2011, 5th in the State, and Game Cheer Champions. Fuller plans on majoring in Elementary Education/Special Education.
Asbury has had a cheerleading squad since the Spring of 2003. The main goal is to be a representation of Christ on and off the court by supporting the athletic teams with spirit, enthusiasm and Christ-like attitudes. As a team we offer a free clinic in the spring for local future Asbury Cheerleaders, have helped out with Jesus Prom at Southland Christian, travelled to Costa Rica as a team with SCORE International during our Spring Break of 2012, and have packaged meals for the hungry through Southland Christian Church.