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December 1 Update

As of December 16, 2020:

1. For high school-sponsored events and other sporting or recreational events, including youth and adult sporting events, spectators are no longer limited to just two spectators if all spectators are from the same household.

2. Cheerleaders are required to wear masks.

3. Cheerleaders are permitted to cheer from their respective area on the court. They are not restricted to the stands.

4. Cheerleaders are permitted to lead cheers on the court during respective one minute timeouts and between quarters.

2020 State Championships Results

October 22, 2020 Update — Wrestling Guidance

November 4, 2020 — Basketball Guidance

Reinstating Stunting

RE-opening Cheer 2020


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Our 2020/21 Calendar is now available for download at this link.

Please Review the Spirit Rule Comments Below

2-1-7c and 3-2-1
When passing props from the top person away from the stunt a base must not hold props that are made of hard material or have sharp corners or edges. A top person may hand signs to a non-stunting person on the ground or to a non-required spotter.


When performing braced flips in a pyramid the top persons hands/arms must be in continuous contact with a bracer.  In the cases of a single bracer, there must be a hand/arm connection between both hands/arms of the top person and the bracer.


Switch ups are permitted as long as they are caught by the original bases.


A cheerleader involved in a college cheer program may NOT participate in an ICCA Event. These events include: All-State Tryouts, State Championships, Honor Squad, All-Stars, Special Olympics, Shrine Bowl (juniors only), Academic Scholarship, and Fall Clinics.