Samuel Ortiz

TUMBLER WITH NATIONAL HONORS

UNMATCHED SKILL SET

  • Class of 2020
  • Winston Churchill High School, San Antonio, TX
  • Cheer- Base and Tumbler
  • 5’9″/ 185 lbs.
  • Right Handed
  • Major- Business or Science

Contact Information

Phone # (210)373-0320

Email samuellee.ortiz@icloud.com

Academic Information

  • Class of 2020
  • GPA – 3.7
  • Rank – 295/ 611
  • SAT – 870 (score will be updated after next test)
  • All Pre- AP Core Classes

Academic Achievement and Clubs

  • A/B Honor Roll 
  • National Junior Honor Society Member
  • Unity Club member
  • Fishing Club member
  • Manager for high school cheer team

Competition Invites

  • The Cheerleading Worlds (April 2018 – 2019)
  • The Summit (May 2014 – 2019)
  • The All Star Games (April 2017)
  • Battle in the Arena (March 2018)

Upcoming Schedule

  • Cheer Power Halloween (San Antonio, Texas 10/2/2019)
  • Spirit Celebration (Dallas, Texas 12/7-12/8 2019)
  • Encore (Houston, Texas 12/14-12/15 2019)
  • Mardi Gras (San Marcos, Texas 2/23/2020)
  • NCA (Dallas, Texas 2/28-3/1 2020)
  • USA (Anaheim, California 3/21-3/22 2020) 
  • The Cheerleading Worlds (4/25-4/27 2020)

Athletic Information

  • Club Team – Stars Vipers Cheer & Tumbling
  • Coach Christopher Hendon
  • Coach Phone # (512)787-2737

Cheer and Tumbling Skills

  • Toe Full
  • Standing 2 Back Handsprings to a Full Full
  • Standing 2 Back Handsprings to a Full Whip Full
  • Roundoff Arabin Roundoff Whip Full
  • Round off 1/2 Step Out to a Full Whip Full
  • Front Handspring Front Roundoff Whip Full
  • Front Punch Roundoff Back Handspring Kick Full

Athletic Achievement

  • 2019 Silver Medalist At The Cheerleading Worlds 
  • 2019 Summit National Champion 
  • 2018 Bronze Medalist National Tumbling Competition 
  • 2017 National Cheerleaders Association Champion 
  • 2016 Summit National Champion 

Quote from the Coach

When Samuel really cares about something, he puts his everything into it. He knows it will never be an easy, smooth road but he is a tough soldier when those adversities arise. He tries to make the best out of a gloomy situation. – Coach Clarissa Guzman