2018 2019 Cheer Canada Scholastic Scoring

2018 2019 Cheer Canada Scholastic Scoring

Cheer Canada Scholastic Scoring System 2018-2019 v. 20180820 Page 1 of 12 Cheer Canada Scholastic Scoring 2018 – 2019

Cheer Canada Scholastic Scoring System 2018-2019 v. 20180820 Page 2 of 12 BACKGROUND The Cheer Canada judging committee in consultation with the Cheer Canada scholastic committee and the Cheer Canada board researched, analyzed and prepared the score sheets to be used for the new scholastic divisions. Key factors considered were to ensure the score sheet would: · allow teams to be evaluated effectively and ranked correctly, · allow coaching and judging education to be ready for the 2018-2019 season, · allow safe progression within the divisions by allowing flexibility in difficulty of the skills, · reduce the number of changes for teams competing within Canada when they compete at the ICU World School Cheerleading Championships, and · include scoring for a mandatory cheer component to correspond with the new CC requirements.

After evaluating primary score sheets currently being used, including Varsity All Star, the Cheer Canada 2017-2018 with cheer component and the ICU school score sheet, it was determined to make modifications to the CC score sheet based on the following rationale: · providing us an opportunity to train our own judges and not rely solely on a third party. · bridge the gap between what is done currently in Canada and what is required at the world’s level. Transitioning from not requiring a cheer (or having its value only be 5%) to competing at the ICU World School Cheerleading Championships where the cheer value is 30% was a large factor.

in 2017-2018 CC score sheets emphasized degree of difficulty in skills as it was weighted heavier in building, pyramid and tumbling (this was a change from 2016-2017 which had degree of difficulty and technique weight equally). The judging committee actually felt at the school levels that technique should be valued higher than degree of difficulty.

by using our own score sheets we would have the flexibility to increase requirements at later score sheet cycles if needed to better reflect the level of skills demonstrated within Canada. · the full flexibility in ranges at the ICU school sheet would be a very large shift for judges and had what we perceived to be the largest amount of subjectivity without clear guidelines for coaches. This system we felt at this time would be a very difficult shift in a short period of time to implement for the 2018-2019 season.

The committee decided the weight of each section should be based on what was felt best for progression of our athletes, their current ability and ease of transition between competitions at the global stage.

The key take-away was the emphasis on technique; increased value for performance and the largest change was for tosses. It was decided that tosses should be included in building if they were to be performed. This was decided as there are some school districts that do not allow tosses which adds a barrier for those teams at competition, and that schools may not have the time to safely teach these release skills. Therefore, in line with ICU School, it was decided to include them in the building components of the routine to allow for maximum flexibility for school programs. As a result, this has lead from the increased requirements of 4 level appropriate building skills from 2017-2018 to 5 level appropriate building skills in 2018-2019.

Due to the extremely small weight of the jump difficulty score it was decided that this would merely be a requirement. The jump difficulty score would be “5” if the requirement is met and “3.5” if the requirement is not met. Cheer Canada will be hosting webinars for Cheer Canada members to assist with the transition.

Cheer Canada Scholastic Scoring System 2018-2019 v. 20180820 Page 3 of 12 While the total score is out of 100, your effective score is the difference between the lowest possible score and the highest possible score. For school divisions that variation is 30 (26 for non tumbling). The purpose of this table is to demonstrate the relative importance of each element to one another in a competition environment. The second table includes the divisions available for which grades. SCHOOL DIVISIONS WEIGHT VALUE BREAKDOWN NON TUMBLING DIVISIONS Maximum variation between lowest and highest score % of weight of Total score % of weight of Total score CHEER EFFECTIVE MATERIAL 1 3.33% 3.85% USE OF PROPS 1 3.33% 3.85% CROWD LEADING/ENERGY 1 3.33% 3.85% SKILL INCORPORATION 1 3.33% 3.85% EXECUTION OF SKILLS 1 3.33% 3.85% BUILDING BUILDING DIFFICULTY 3 10% 11.54% BUILDING TECHNIQUE 3.5 11.67% 13.46% PYRAMID DIFFICULTY 3 10% 11.54% PYRAMID TECHNIQUE 3.5 11.67% 13.46% OVERALL DANCE 1.5 5% 5.77% COMPOSITION/ CREATIVITY 1.5 5% 5.77% PERFORMANCE 2 6.67% 7.69% JUMPS & TUMBLING JUMP DIFFICULTY 1.5 5% 5% JUMP TECHNIQUE 1.5 5% 5% TUMBLING DIFFICULTY 1.5 5% TUMBLING TECHNIQUE 2.5 8.33%

  • Cheer Canada Scholastic Scoring System 2018-2019 v. 20180820 Page 4 of 12 RULES
  • Rules followed for 2018/2019 and 2019/2020 seasons are the ICU School Rules. A copy created with permission from the ICU can be found here: http://www.cheerleadingcanadainc.com/school-rule-book/ DIVISIONS
  • Divisions for Game Day and Advanced Non Tumbling are offered for grades 9-12 only.
  • The team size is 5 – 30. NOTE: team size may be different at events outside of Canada. Please consult rules for other events your team may be attending.
Cheer Canada Scholastic Scoring System 2018-2019 v. 20180820 Page 5 of 12 CONSULT YOUR PROVINCIAL ASSOCIATION FOR:
  • Verification of the breakdowns of grades. As some provinces or regions have slight variations your PSO will have further clarification on the grade divisions in your area.
  • The provincial policy for school athlete eligibility. o The recommendation is that athletes must attend the school they are representing. Provincial policies may include exceptions for schools which do not offer a team or feeder schools.
  • The recommendation is that athletes may compete on both a school team and with an all star program unless where prohibited due to provincial regulation. TIME LIMITS
  • For a team cheer routine the cheer portion must be a minimum of thirty seconds (:30) at the beginning or middle of the routine. The total routine length may not exceed two minutes and thirty seconds (2:30).
  • For Game Day each element is between thirty seconds (:30) to one minute (1:00) each with a break between each element. UNPLANNED ATHLETE REPLACEMENTS
  • A program may replace a missing member of a team with another athlete from their program even if not listed on the event’s Official Event Roster.
  • If the replacement does not meet the age requirements for that division then the team’s performance will be for exhibition only.
  • A team is limited to a maximum of 3 unplanned athlete replacements at an event. If a team requires more than 3 replacements the team’s performance will be for exhibition only. GENERAL
  • REMINDER: School Advanced and Junior Advanced ICU are different. In this document “Advanced” refers to School Advanced.
  • Creativity is not split between stunt and pyramid creativity. Creativity is assessed with routine composition.
  • An individual athlete is limited to compete on three teams during an event (between all star and scholastic where applicable).
  • The cheer component may be in English or French.
  • Scoring is in increments of 0.1 (a tenth of a point).
  • The Level Appropriate Skills chart includes examples of level appropriate skills that may be performed, but does not encompass every skill that may be performed. Coaches are responsible for ensuring any skill performed in their routine are compliant with the safety rules.

Cheer Canada Scholastic Scoring System 2018-2019 v. 20180820 Page 6 of 12 CHEER 2.0 – 3.0 EFFECTIVE MATERIAL Effective cheer with easy to follow word choice, voice clarity and a pace that helps build energy.

2.0 – 3.0 USE OF PROPS Props used are visible and their use emphasizes the cheer or signifies when to respond. 2.0 – 3.0 CROWD LEADING/ENERGY Use of the floor, engagement with the crowd, genuine energy and enthusiasm. 2.0 – 3.0 SKILL INCORPORATION Skills used visually enhance and emphasize the cheer. 2.0 – 3.0 EXECUTION OF SKILLS Skills are executed with precision, proper technique and timing. DANCE 8.5 – 9.0 LOW < 50% of the dance demonstrates multiple visual elements, technique, synchronization, pace and intricacy 9.0 – 9.5 MID 50% - 75% of the dance demonstrates multiple visual elements, technique, synchronization, pace and intricacy 9.5 – 10.0 HIGH > 75% or more of the dance demonstrates multiple visual elements, technique, synchronization, pace and intricacy CREATIVITY/ROUTINE COMPOSITION 8.5 – 9.0 LOW < 50% of the routine includes precise spacing, seamless patterns of movement and includes innovative, visual and intricate ideas throughout the routine.

9.0 – 9.5 MID 50% - 75% of the routine includes precise spacing, seamless patterns of movement and includes innovative, visual and intricate ideas throughout the routine. 9.5 – 10.0 HIGH > 75% or more of the routine includes precise spacing, seamless patterns of movement and includes innovative, visual and intricate ideas throughout the routine. PERFORMANCE 8.0 – 8.5 LOW < 50% of the athletes demonstrate high levels of energy, excitement while maintaining genuine enthusiasm & showmanship 8.5 – 9.0 MID 50% - 75% of the athletes demonstrate high levels of energy, excitement while maintaining genuine enthusiasm & showmanship 9.0 – 10.0 HIGH > 75% or more of the athletes demonstrate high levels of energy, excitement while maintaining genuine enthusiasm & showmanship

  • Cheer Canada Scholastic Scoring System 2018-2019 v. 20180820 Page 7 of 12 BUILDING DIFFICULTY BUILDING TECHNIQUE BUILDING QUANTITY 2.0 – 3.0 LOW Skills performed do not meet Mid range requirements 6.5 – 7.5 LOW < 50% of the athletes execute excellent precision and form # OF ATHLETES MAJORITY MOST 5 – 11 1 1 3.0 – 4.0 MID 4 Different level appropriate skills performed by Most of the team 7.5 – 8.5 MID 50-75% of the athletes execute excellent precision & form 12 – 15 1 2 16 – 19 2 3 20 – 23 3 4 4.0 – 5.0 HIGH 5 Different level appropriate skills performed by Most of the team 8.5 – 10.0 HIGH > 75% of the athletes execute excellent precision and form 24 – 27 4 5 28-30 5 6 31-36 5 7 PYRAMID DIFFICULTY PYRAMID TECHNIQUE 2.0 – 3.0 LOW Skills performed do not meet Mid range requirements 6.5 – 7.5 LOW < 50% of the athletes execute excellent precision and form DIFFICULTY DRIVERS
  • Degree of difficulty
  • Percentage of participation
  • Combination of skills (both nonlevel appropriate and level appropriate)
  • Pace of skills performed TECHNIQUE DRIVERS
  • Top person
  • Bases/Spotters
  • Transitions/Dismounts/Cradle
  • Obvious mistakes
  • Synchronization/timing 3.0 – 4.0 MID 3 Different level appropriate skills, 2 Structures performed by Most of the team 7.5 – 8.5 MID 50-75% of the athletes execute excellent precision & form 4.0 – 5.0 HIGH 4 Different level appropriate skills, 2 Structures performed by Most of the team 8.5 – 10.0 HIGH > 75% of the athletes execute excellent precision and form TUMBLING DIFFICULTY (includes standing & running) TUMBLING TECHNIQUE 3.5 – 4.0 LOW Skills performed do not meet Mid range requirements 7.5 – 8.0 LOW < 50% of the athletes execute excellent precision and form JUMP/TUMBLE QUANTITY 4.0 – 4.5 MID Majority of the team performs a level appropriate pass 8.0 – 9.0 MID 50-75% of the athletes execute excellent precision & form # OF ATHLETES MAJORITY MOST 5–7 2 3 8–9 4 5 4.5 – 5.0 HIGH Most of the team performs a level appropriate pass 9.0 – 10.0 HIGH > 75% of the athletes execute excellent precision and form 10–11 5 6 12-14 6 7 15-16 7 9 JUMP DIFFICULTY JUMP TECHNIQUE 17-19 8 10 3.5 BELOW Requirement is not met 3.5 – 4.0 LOW < 50% of the athletes execute excellent precision and form 20-22 10 12 5.0 REQUIRED Most of the team performs 3 connected advanced jumps, or 2 connected advanced jumps plus 1 additional advanced jump. Must be synchronized and include a variety 23-25 11 13 4.0 – 4.5 MID 50-75% of the athletes execute excellent precision & form 26-27 13 15 28-30 14 16 4.5 – 5.0 HIGH > 75% of the athletes execute excellent precision and form 31-36 15 18
  • Cheer Canada Scholastic Scoring System 2018-2019 v. 20180820 Page 8 of 12 BEGINNER INVERSION STYLE RELEASE STYLE TWISTING DISMOUNT STYLE OTHER STUNTS
  • NONE ALLOWED. INVERSION TO GROUND LEVEL ARE LEGAL BUT NOT CONSIDERED A STUNT
  • NO TRUE RELEASES ALLOWED
  • 1/2 REBOUND TO PRONE
  • STEP DOWN
  • STRAIGHT POP DOWN
  • THIGH STAND
  • GROUND STUNT
  • KNEE STUNT
  • STUNTS AT WAIST HEIGHT OR BELOW NOVICE INVERSION STYLE RELEASE STYLE TWISTING DISMOUNT STYLE OTHER STUNTS
  • INVERSION TO GROUND LEVEL.
  • ARE LEGAL BUT NOT CONSIDERED A STUNT
  • SWITCH UP TO LIB BELOW PREP LEVEL
  • SWITCH UP TO BODY POSITION BELOW PREP LEVEL
  • TIC TOC BELOW PREP LEVEL
  • TIC TOC BELOW PREP LEVEL WITH BODY POSITION
  • TIC TOC BELOW PREP LEVEL BODY POSITION TO BODY POSITION
  • 1⁄4 TWISTING TRANSITION TO BELOW PREP LEVEL
  • 1⁄4 DOWN TO GROUND LEVEL
  • 1⁄4 TWISTING TRANSITION FROM PREP LEVEL
  • 1⁄4 TWISTING TRANSITION TO PREP
  • 1/2 REBOUND TO PRONE
  • STEP DOWN
  • STRAIGHT CRADLE
  • BACK STAND
  • PREP LEVEL SHOW & GO
  • STRADDLE SIT (PREP OR EXTENDED)
  • FLAT BACK (PREP OR EXTENDED)
  • 1 LEG STUNT BELOW PREP
  • PREP LEVEL 1 LEG STUNT WITH BRACER
  • PREP LEVEL TO PRONE
  • SHOULDER SIT
  • CHAIR
  • SHOULDER STAND
  • TRANSITION BELOW PREP TO PREP LEVEL BODY POSITION WITH BRACER
  • ¼ TWISTING TRANSITION TO PREP LEVEL 1 LEG STUNT WITH BRACER
  • COMBINATION OF TWO MORE LEVEL APPROPRIATE SKILLS PERFORMED SIMULTANEOUSLY INTERMEDIATE INVERSION STYLE RELEASE STYLE TWISTING DISMOUNT STYLE & TOSS OTHER STUNTS
  • INVERSION FROM GROUND LEVEL TO BELOW PREP LEVEL
  • INVERSION FROM GROUND LEVEL TO PREP LEVEL
  • INVERSION FROM GROUND LEVEL TO EXTENDED STUNT
  • SWITCH UP TO LIB PREP LEVEL
  • TIC TOC PREP LEVEL
  • TIC TOC PREP LEVEL LIB TO BODY POSITION
  • TIC TOC PREP LEVEL BODY POSITION TO BODY POSITION
  • 1⁄2 TWISTING TRANSITION TO BELOW PREP LEVEL
  • 1⁄2 TWISTING TRANSITION TO PREP LEVEL
  • 1⁄4 TWISTING TRANSITION TO PREP LEVEL 1 LEG STUNT
  • 1⁄2 TWISTING TRANSITION TO PREP LEVEL BODY POSITION
  • 1⁄4 TWISTING TRANSITION TO EXTENDED STUNT
  • 1⁄2 TWISTING TRANSITION TO EXTENDED STUNT
  • STRAIGHT CRADLE FROM EXTENSION
  • STRAIGHT CRADLE FROM PREP LEVEL BODY POSITION
  • 1⁄4 TWISTING DISMOUNT FROM PREP OR EXTENSION
  • STRAIGHT RIDE TOSS
  • PRONE
  • PREP LEVEL 1 LEG STUNT
  • EXTENSION
  • BARREL ROLL
  • LEAP FROG VARIATIONS
  • 1⁄2 TWIST TO PRONE
  • WALK IN PREP LEVEL PRESS EXTENSION
  • 1⁄2 TWISTING INVERSION TO EXTENDED STUNT
  • 1⁄2 TWISTING TIC TOC TO PREP LEVEL 1 LEG STUNT
  • 1⁄2 TWISTING INVERSION TO PREP LEVEL 1 LEG STUNT
  • COMBINATION OF TWO MORE LEVEL APPROPRIATE SKILLS PERFORMED SIMULTANEOUSLY
  • Cheer Canada Scholastic Scoring System 2018-2019 v. 20180820 Page 9 of 12 MEDIAN INVERSION STYLE RELEASE STYLE TWISTING DISMOUNT STYLE & TOSS OTHER STUNTS
  • INVERTED BELOW PREP LEVEL
  • INVERTED AT PREP LEVEL
  • DOWNWARD INVERSION FROM BELOW PREP LEVEL
  • INVERSION TO EXTENDED 1 LEG STUNT
  • RELEASE TO PREP LEVEL OR BELOW
  • SWITCH UP TO PREP LEVEL LIB
  • BALL UP, STRADDLE UP AND/OR RELEASE TO PREP LEVEL LIB
  • TIC TOC BELOW PREP LEVEL TO BELOW PREP LEVEL (LIB TO LIB)
  • TIC TOC BELOW PREP LEVEL TO PREP LEVEL (LIB TO LIB)
  • TIC TOC PREP LEVEL LIB TO EXTENDED BODY POSITION
  • SWITCH UP TO PREP LEVEL BODY POSITION
  • BALL UP, STRADDLE UP AND/OR RELEASE TO PREP LEVEL BODY POSITION
  • FULL UP BELOW PREP LEVEL
  • FULL UP PREP LEVEL STUNT
  • 1⁄4 TWISTING TRANSITION TO EXTENDED 1 LEG STUNT
  • FULL UP TO PREP LEVEL 1 LEG STUNT
  • PREP LEVEL FULL TWISTING TRANSITION TO PREP LEVEL 1 LEG STUNT
  • FULL UP TO PREP LEVEL BODY POSITION
  • 1⁄2 TWISTING TRANSITION TO EXTENDED 1 LEG STUNT
  • PREP LEVEL FULL TWISTING TRANSITION TO PREP LEVEL BODY POSITION
  • STRAIGHT CRADLE FROM EXTENDED 1 LEG STUNT
  • FULL DOWN FROM PREP
  • 1⁄4 TWISTING DISMOUNT FROM EXTENDED 1 LEG
  • FULL DOWN FROM EXTENSION
  • SINGLE SKILL CRADLE FROM 2 LEG STUNT (NON-TWISTING)
  • BALL ARCH TOSS
  • PRETTY GIRL ARCH TOSS
  • PIKE ARCH TOSS
  • KICK ARCH TOSS
  • BALL-X TOSS
  • TOE TOUCH TOSS
  • FULL TWIST TOSS
  • FULL TWIST TO PRONE FROM PREP LEVEL
  • EXTENDED 1 LEG STUNT
  • SUSPENDED FRONT FLIP
  • SPECIALTY SUSPENDED FRONT FLIP (NON-TWISTING)
  • SUSPENDED TWISTING FRONT FLIP
  • TOSS HANDS
  • SINGLE BASED 1 LEG EXTENDED STUNTS
  • TOSS HANDS PAUSE PRESS EXTENSION
  • WALK IN EXTENSION
  • 1⁄2 TWISTING INVERSION TO EXTENDED 1 LEG STUNT
  • FULL TWISTING TIC TOC AT PREP LEVEL (LIB TO BODY POSITION)
  • COMBINATION OF TWO MORE LEVEL APPROPRIATE SKILLS PERFORMED SIMULTANEOUSLY ADVANCED INVERSION STYLE RELEASE STYLE TWISTING DISMOUNT STYLE & TOSS OTHER STUNTS
  • RELEASED INVERSION TO PREP LEVEL OR BELOW
  • RELEASED INVERSION AT PREP LEVEL TO PREP LEVEL
  • DOWNWARD INVERSION FROM PREP LEVEL
  • STATIC INVERSION RELEASED FROM BELOW PREP LEVEL TO PRPE LEVEL NON INVERSION (UP TO 1/4 TWIST ROTATION)
  • SWITCH UP TO EXTENDED 1 LEG STUNT
  • RELEASE TO EXTENDED STUNT
  • TIC TOC LIB TO LIB (HIGH TO LOW)
  • HELICOPTER RELEASE MOVES
  • RELEASE TO EXTENDED LIB
  • SWITCH UP TO EXTENDED BODY POSITION
  • FULL TWISTING RELEASE TO PREP LEVEL OR BELOW
  • RELEASE FROM PREP LEVEL TO PREP LEVEL
  • TIC TOC EXTENDED BODY POSITION TO PREP LEVEL OR BELOW BODY POSITION (HIGH TO LOW)
  • BALL UP, STRADDLE UP AND/OR RELEASE TO EXTENDED BODY POSITION (NOT INCLUDING SWITCH UP)
  • 3⁄4 TWISTING TRANSITION TO EXTENDED STUNT
  • FULL UP TO EXTENDED 2 LEG STUNT
  • EXTENDED FULL TWISTING TRANSITION TO EXTENDED STUNT
  • 1 1⁄4 FROM PREP LEVEL TO ANY LEVEL
  • FULL DOWN FROM EXTENDED 1 LEG STUNT
  • KICK FULL TWISTING DISMOUNT
  • PIKE-X TOSS
  • HITCH KICK TOSS
  • SWITCH KICK TOSS
  • DOUBLE TOE TOUCH TOSS
  • BALL FULL TOSS
  • PIKE FULL TOSS
  • KICK FULL TOSS
  • TOE TOUCH FULL TOSS
  • FULL UP TOE TOUCH TOSS
  • TOSS EXTENSION
  • TOSS 1 LEG EXTENDED STUNT
  • FULL TWISTING INVERSION TO EXTENDED STUNT
  • FULL TWISTING TIC TOC RELEASE TO PREP LEVEL 1 LEG STUNT
  • FULL TWISTING BALL UP, STRADDLE UP AND/OR SWITCH UP TO PREP LEVEL BODY POSITION
  • 1 1⁄4 TWISTING BALL UP, STRADDLE UP AND/OR SWITCH UP TO PREP LEVEL 1 LEG STUNT
  • COMBINATION OF TWO OR MORE LEVEL APPROPRIATE SKILLS PERFORMED SIMULTANEOUSLY
  • Cheer Canada Scholastic Scoring System 2018-2019 v. 20180820 Page 10 of 12 PREMIER INVERSION STYLE RELEASE STYLE TWISTING DISMOUNT STYLE & TOSS OTHER STUNTS
  • FREE FLIPPING FROM GROUND LEVEL TO CRADLE
  • FLIPPING FROM GROUND LEVEL TO PREP LEVEL
  • FLIPPING FROM GROUND LEVEL TO EXTENSION
  • DOWNWARD INVERSION FROM EXTENDED STUNT
  • DOWNWARD INVERSION FROM EXTENDED 1 LEG STUNT
  • RELEASED INVERSION FROM PREP LEVEL OR ABOVE TO EXTENSION
  • RELEASED INVERSION FROM PREP LEVEL OR ABOVE TO LIB
  • FLIPPING FROM GROUND LEVEL TO EXTENDED SINGLE LEG AND/OR SINGLE ARM STUNT
  • RELEASED INVERSION FROM PREP LEVEL OR ABOVE TO EXTENDED BODY POSITION
  • 1 ⁄4 TURN SWITCH UP TO EXTENDED 1 LEG STUNT
  • TIC TOC LIB TO LIB (HIGH TO HIGH)
  • TIC TOC LIB TO LIB (LOW TO HIGH)
  • 1 ⁄2 TURN SWITCH UP TO EXTENDED 1 LEG STUNT
  • TIC TOC LIB TO BODY POSITION (HIGH TO HIGH)
  • TIC TOC LIB TO BODY POSITION (LOW TO HIGH)
  • TWISTING HELICOPTER RELEASE MOVES
  • SWITCH UP FULL TWIST TO EXTENDED 1 LEG STUNT
  • 1 ⁄2 TWISTING BALL UP TO EXTENDED BODY POSITION
  • SWITCH UP FULL TWIST TO EXTENDED BODY POSITION
  • TIC TOC BODY POSITION TO BODY POSITION (HIGH TO HIGH)
  • FULL TWISTING BALL UP TO EXTENDED BODY POSITION
  • FREE FLIPPING WITH TWISTING FROM GROUND LEVEL TO CRADLE
  • FLIPPING WITH TWISTING FROM GROUND LEVEL TO PREP LEVEL
  • FLIPPING WITH TWISTING FROM GROUND LEVEL TO EXTENSION
  • FULL UP TO EXTENDED 1 LEG STUNT
  • 1 1 ⁄4 - 1 3 ⁄4 UP TO EXTENDED STUNT
  • 1 1 ⁄4 - 1 3 ⁄4 UP TO EXTENDED 1 LEG STUNT
  • DOUBLE UP TO EXTENDED STUNT
  • FLIPPING WITH TWISTING FROM GROUND LEVEL TO EXTENDED SINGLE LEG
  • 1 1 ⁄2 UP TO EXTENDED BODY POSITION
  • 1 3 ⁄4 UP TO EXTENDED BODY POSITION
  • DOUBLE UP TO EXTENDED 1 LEG STUNT
  • FRONT FREE FLIPPING TO GROUND LEVEL
  • FREE FLIPPING FROM PREP LEVEL OR BELOW TO CRADLE
  • FREE FLIPPING WITH TWISTING FROM PREP LEVEL OR BELOW TO CRADLE
  • DOUBLE DOWN FROM 1 LEG STUNT
  • KICK DOUBLE TWISTING DISMOUNT
  • TUCK TOSS
  • X-OUT FULL TOSS
  • DOUBLE FULL-TWISTING LAYOUT TOSS
  • KICK FULL-TWISTING LAYOUT TOSS
  • PIKE DOUBLE FULL TOSS
  • ARABIAN FRONT FULL TOSS
  • 1 1 ⁄2 - 2 TWIST TO PRONE
  • COED STYLE TOSS 1 ⁄4 - 3 ⁄4 TWIST TO EXTENDED STUNT
  • 1 4⁄ - 3 4⁄ TWISTING TIC TOC TO EXTENDED 1 LEG STUNT
  • COMBINATION OF TWO OR MORE LEVEL APPROPRIATE SKILLS PERFORMED SIMULTANEOUSLY
  • BACKHANDSPRING FULL UP TO EXTENDED STUNT
  • UNASSISTED COED STYLE TOSS EXTENDED 1 ARM STUNT
  • FRONT HANDSPRING 1 1 ⁄2 UP TO EXTENDED STUNT
  • COED STYLE TOSS FRONT HANDSPRING RELEASE 1 ⁄2 TWIST TO EXTENDED STUNT
  • COED STYLE TOSS FULL T WIST TO EXTENDED STUNT
  • FULL TWISTING TIC TOC TO EXTENDED BODY POSITION (LOW TO HIGH)
  • FRONT HANDSPRING 1 2⁄ UP TO EXTENDED STUNT TUMBLING BEGINNER NOVICE INTERMEDIATE
  • FORWARD ROLL
  • STRADDLE ROLL
  • HANDSTAND
  • HANDSTAND FORWARD ROLL
  • CARTWHEEL
  • BACKWARD ROLL
  • ROUND OFF* * No tumbling is allowed in immediate combination after a round off.
  • FORWARD ROLL
  • STRADDLE ROLL
  • HANDSTAND
  • HANDSTAND FORWARD ROLL
  • FRONT LIMBER
  • CARTWHEEL
  • BACKWARD ROLL
  • BACK EXTENSION ROLL
  • PUSH UP TO BACKBEND
  • STANDING BACKBEND
  • BACKBEND KICK OVER
  • BACK WALKOVER
  • FRONT WALKOVER
  • ROUND OFF*
  • FRONT WALKOVER TO CARTWHEEL/ROUND OFF
  • CARTWHEEL 1/2 TURN FRONT WALKOVER
  • CONNECTED SKILLS -CARTWHEEL/BACK WALKOVER * No tumbling is allowed in immediate combination after a round off.
  • STANDING BACK HANDSPRING
  • BACK HANDSPRING STEP OUT
  • BACK EXTENSION ROLL BACK HANDSPRING
  • BACK WALKOVER BACK HANDSPRING
  • CARTWHEEL BHS
  • ROUND OFF BHS
  • ROUND OFF BHS STEP OUT
  • ROUND OFF BHS SERIES
  • FRONT WALKOVER TO ROUND OFF BHS SERIES
  • Cheer Canada Scholastic Scoring System 2018-2019 v. 20180820 Page 11 of 12 TUMBLING MEDIAN ADVANCED PREMIER
  • BHS SERIES
  • JUMP TO BHS
  • JUMP TO BHS SERIES
  • BHS SERIES JUMP BHS SERIES
  • BHS STEP OUT BHS COMBO
  • ARIELS
  • PUNCH FRONT
  • ROUND OFF TUCK
  • ROUND OFF BHS BACK TUCK
  • ROUND OFF BHS SERIES TO BACK TUCK
  • FRONT WALKOVER TO ROUND OFF BHS BACK TUCK
  • FRONT WALKOVER TO ROUND OFF BHS SERIES BACK TUCK
  • STANDING BACK TUCK OR FULL
  • BHS BACK TUCK OR FULL
  • BHS SERIES TO BACK TUCK OR FULL
  • JUMP BHS BACK TUCK OR FULL
  • CARTWHEEL BACK TUCK OR FULL
  • ROUND OFF LAYOUT OR FULL
  • ROUND OFF BHS LAYOUT/LAYOUT STEPOUT / X-OUT
  • ROUND OFF BHS (OR BHS SERIES) TO LAYOUT OR FULL
  • FRONT WALKOVER THROUGH TO LAYOUT OR FULL
  • PUNCH FRONT STEPOUT TO LAYOUT OR FULL
  • ROUND OFF BHS SERIES TO LAYOUT OR FULL
  • ROUND OFF BHS WHIP BHS TO LAYOUT OR FULL
  • PUNCH FRONT STEPOUT TO ROUND OFF BHS WHIP BHS TO BACK TUCK OR FULL
  • FRONT HANDSPRING PUNCH FRONT
  • FRONT HANDSPRING PUNCH FRONT THROUGH TO ROUND OFF BHS BACK TUCK/LAYOUT/FULL NOTE: DIVE ROLLS AND FRONT 3/4 FLIP TO SEAT/KNEES ARE PROHIBITED IN THIS LEVEL
  • JUMP BACK TUCK
  • STANDING FULL
  • JUMP FULL
  • BHS FULL
  • JUMP BHS FULL
  • BHS SERIES TO FULL JUMP BHS SERIES TO FULL
  • BHS WHIP TO BHS SERIES TO FULL
  • BHS SERIES TO DOUBLE FULL
  • CARTWHEEL FULL
  • ROUND OFF FULL
  • ROUND OFF BHS FULL
  • FRONT WALKOVER THROUGH TO FULL SIDE AERIAL/FRONT AERIAL/ONODI THROUGH TO FULL
  • FRONT FULL
  • FRONT HANDSPRING FRONT FULL
  • PUNCH FRONT STEPOUT TO FULL
  • ROUND OFF BHS WHIP TO FULL ROUND OFF ARABIAN ROUND OFF BHS FULL
  • ROUND OFF BHS FULL BHS SERIES TO FULL ROUND OFF DOUBLE FULL ROUND OFF BHS DOUBLE FULL
  • FRONT WALKOVER THROUGH TO DOUBLE FULL PUNCH FRONT STEPOUT TO DOUBLE FULL
  • ROUND OFF BHS WHIP TO DOUBLE FULL ROUND OFF ARABIAN ROUND OFF BHS DOUBLE FULL
  • ROUND OFF BHS FULL BHS SERIES TO DOUBLE FULL ROUND OFF BHS DOUBLE FULL BHS SERIES TO DOUBLE FULL NOTE: DIVE ROLLS AND FRONT 3/4 FLIP TO SEAT/KNEES ARE PROHIBITED IN THIS LEVEL

Cheer Canada Scholastic Scoring System 2018-2019 v. 20180820 Page 12 of 12 GAME DAY CHEER LEADING (60 POINTS) BAND CHANT (40 POINTS) CROWD LEADING Crowd Effective MaterialVoice, Pace & Flow 10 SKILL INCORPORTATION Proper Use of Skills to Lead the Crowd 10 Proper Use of Signs, Poms, or Megaphones & Motion Technique 10 ExecutionProper Technique, Synchronization & Spacing 10 Ability & Energy to Lead the Crowd 5 Difficulty of Practical Skills 5 SKILL INCORPORTATION Proper Use of Skills to Lead the Crowd 10 MOTIONS/DANCE TECHNIQUE Technique, Sharpness, Placement, Timing, Spacing, Use of Levels, Overall Choreography & Visual Appeal 10 ExecutionProper Technique, Synchronization & Spacing 10 Difficulty of Practical Skills 5 OVERALL Ability to Adapt & Utilize Proper Game Day Material 5 OVERALL Routine Creativity, Flow & Use of Formations/Transitions 5 Cheer Impression 5

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