Teams, Scores, & Schedules
Sarah Moore graduated from Franklin Road Academy in 2009 and was a member of the 12 year club. While she was here at FRA she ran track and cross country all 4 years and cheered her senior year. After graduating from Franklin Road Academy Sarah went on to the University of Arizona in 2009 where she received a Bachelor’s of Science in Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences. After graduation she then went on to Graduate school at Lipscomb University where she graduated in 2016 with a Master’s in Special Education. After graduation Sarah came back to Franklin Road Academy where she started coaching the Varsity football cheer squad in 2015 and then the next year became the head coach in 2016. She also started coaching Middle School basketball cheer leading in 2018. Sarah is a Heart to Heart instructor and has been in that role for the last 5 years.
This is Kaylee Shackleford’s first year at Franklin Road Academy. She is a Faculty Fellow and counselor in the upper school and is excited to assist coaching the football and basketball varsity cheerleading squad, as well as assisting the middle school softball team.
Kaylee is a Nashville native and grew up playing basketball and softball. She received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Union University and her master’s in counseling from Trevecca Nazarene University. While she did not play sports for her university, she did play every intramural sport offered and had a blast doing it. How is she qualified to help coach cheer, you might ask? Kaylee was voted Most School Spirit in high school, and that type of spirit has served her well in these new coaching positions. She looks forward to continuing to serve these athletes and cheering on the Panthers!
Sarah Ellen Shewmake
Coach Shewmake has coached Middle School cheerleading at FRA since 2011. She is an FRA alumni and cheered for 5 years as an FRA student. She attended Belmont University where she was a collegiate cheerleader for 3 years. Mrs. Shewmake had the opportunity to cheer at the NCAA Men's College Basketball Tournament after Belmont won their conference championship in 2007.