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Welcome new High School Cheer Coach Sam Rohr
Thursday, May 28, 2020

Learn about our new Head Cheer Coach!

My name is Sam Rohr. I am so excited to take over the Noble Cheer program. I hope to help usher in a new era of Cheer at Noble High School.  My vision for the program is to build a winning culture through hard work, discipline and service. My first goal, when it comes to any athlete, is to help them become the best version of themselves. We do this by cultivating their mental, physical and emotional ability. I will push each athlete to find something within them that will help them grow in these areas. Your child will learn to be apart of something bigger than them, but better because of them.

What brought me to Noble. I’ve spent over 30 years in the sport of Gymnastics. I have coached Men’s and Women’s programs in the U.S. and abroad. I am currently the Head Coach of Bounce Academy Gymnastics in Yukon, Oklahoma working with optional and elite level athletes. I started my journey in Edmond, Oklahoma as a competitive gymnast and then a coach at Oklahoma Gold Gymnastics. From there I went to Dallas, Texas and worked at the most accomplished gym in the world, home to many Olympic medalists World Olympic Gymnastics Academy (WOGA). I then parlayed that experience into a two-year stint in Dublin, Ireland working their Jr. National Team taking athletes around Europe. I know you might be thinking what does this have to do with Cheer. Well, my time in college was spent as a member of the Two-time National Champion University of Central Oklahoma Cheer team. I was honored to be a part of a winning team and culture. One that taught me lessons I still carry to this day. Cheerleading is the ultimate team sport and it will require your child to push themselves to their utmost potential. I promise you that when they leave the program, they will do so knowing they got better each day, not only as an athlete but as a person.

My goal is for your child to find their voice, become leaders on and off the mat, to be good servants to those around them, and be held to the highest of standards. John Lennon once said “A dream you dream alone is only a dream, a dream you dream together is reality.” Let’s give this program a new reality, together as one. I want to build a culture that everyone in the community can rally behind, and know that even when times are tough, we will stand as one. Unified in our approach to build a better program and community. Let’s be heard and respected once more!