Stacey was a high school cheerleader and in her graduating year, tried out and made the cheer team with the Saskatchewan Roughrider Football Club. Her first season cheering was in 1993 and continued until the end of the season in 1997. After that, she went on to help coach with Hilary Ibbot-Neisner, whom she had cheered with previously on the Rider team. Stacey choose to step down as she was relocating to Prince Albert, SK. and could not commute or make the commitment to continue being part of the amazing organization any longer. A Cheerleading Association had not been established in Saskatchewan and after her time with the Riders, she was able to do various judging of high school competitions in the early 2000’s. After her marriage in 2003, she had little exposure to cheerleading. However, Stacey was blessed with girls and in 2011, was back in the cheerleading world as both daughters were involved in club cheerleading, one for seven years on high level competitive teams. During this time, it was great to see how far their province had come with cheerleading as a sport. The president of the Saskatchewan Cheerleading Association was a former Saskatchewan cheerleader that she had coached, the variety of club cheerleading throughout the province was abundant, and high school cheerleading was more than just dancing. In 2011 Stacey attended a 50th reunion of all Saskatchewan Roughrider cheerleaders which was also the last year in the stadium they called home. And with 2021 around the corner, she hopes they can celebrate 60 years together in the new stadium!