Townie Cheerleaders Are State Champions!

The Charlestown Youth Football and Cheer League (CYFCL) is excited to share that the 8U and 812 Townie Cheerleaders took home two first place trophies from the NECYFC Cheer Competition at Lynn English High School on October 29th.

Both teams went on to nail their routines at the state competition last week in Lowell, and will continue to cheer on the 8U team as they head to the New England Ayc Regional Cheerleading Competition in Rhode Island on November 19th.

CYFCL would like to recognize the hard work and amazing cooperation this season by the girls and their dedicated coaches. We could not be more proud of these amazing achievements.

Good luck to the 8U team on November 19th, Go Townies! Follow CYFCL on Facebook (Charlestown Youth Football & Cheering League) and Instagram (ctownfootballlandcheer). To learn more details about the football and cheer programming, contact Kelliegh: [email protected]

What is the ideal weight for a cheerleader?

Lowry: The average girl is between 4’11 and 5’3 and weighs between 95 and 125 pounds. See the article : The Veazie 5k honors the legacy of Bangor City Councilwoman Sarah Dubay.

What is the weight limit to be a flyer in cheerleading? A flyer must be agile and must be much lighter than the base. The base must be able to throw the flyer in the air, perform the stunts in the air and then catch the flyer on the way back to the ground. Thus, the weight of a flyer can vary between 85 lbs to 115 lbs.

What is a good weight for a flyer? 7.8pt to 8.8pt are the most popular weight choices for high quality flyers. 5.8pt or 7.6pt nevertear flyers are ideal for a durable flyer that won’t tear.

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What does Level 5 Restricted mean in cheerleading?

The following skill restrictions apply to Senior Restricted Level 5: Tumbling skills are allowed up to 1 flipping and 1 twist rotations. This may interest you : Check out the photo gallery of Archbishop Hoban High’s dance team, the cheerleaders who help their team win on St. Ig. When tumbling, twisting skills can ONLY be performed when direct.

What is limited 5 cheerleading? Level 5 (previously limited 5) Level 5, previously called âlimited 5â, is where twists start to appear in the drum! For stunting, teams are allowed up to 1 ½ twists for extended two-leg stunts and 1 twist for extended one-leg stunts.

At what level should a 12 year old be in joy? Junior: age from five to 14. Senior: age from 11 to 18 (depending on level.

What tumbling do you need for Level 5 Cheer?

Skills learned in Level 5: Round of BHS Double Full. Standing 3 Back Handsprings to Double Full. To see also : The Falcons cheerleader said “Yes!” • Instinct magazine. Punch Front Round Off Back Handspring Full.

What tumbling skills do you need for cheerleading? Cheerleading: Cheerleading Tumbling Skills, Drills & Tips

  • Handstand and forward roll. Two fundamental gymnastics skills that are essentially cheerâ¦
  • Back handspring stepout. …
  • Back walkover. …
  • Flash kick layout. …
  • Flash kick on the spot. …
  • Back Flip Full Twist. …
  • One Handed Cartwheel. …
  • Roundoff.

How many levels are there in tumbling? Power Tumbling is divided into nine levels, which range from the very basic forward rolls to the most advanced tumbling skills, such as double backs and multiple twists. The development levels of the competition are separated by gender, age and skill level. Elite competition is separated only by gender. U.S.T.A.

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