CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (KFVS) – The Poplar Bluff Mules are back-to-back State Champions.
Competing for the title in Class 4A Small at the Show Me Center on Saturday, Poplar Bluff once again climbed to the top of the pyramid.
“We’ve won so much as a team, and I’m so proud of us,” senior Lanie Robertson said. “Most of this team went back-to-back together because we didn’t have any seniors last year…I feel so blessed and honored to be a part of this team.”
Three teams from the Heartland also earned second-place finishes: Sikeston in Class Coed Small, Neelyville in Class 1A Small and Cape Central (only their second year as a team) in Class 4A Large.
Tigers placed second in Class 1A Small.
Rounding out the action on day one Jackson brought home 4th place in Class 5A Small while East Carter (10th), Chaffee (7th) and St. Vincent (third) entered Neelyville in Class 1A Small.
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What are the competitive cheer levels?
Traditionally, this is the breakdown: To see also : ‘The bar is so high’: Chesapeake, Glen Burnie cheerleading captures two state titles for Anne Arundel County.
- Little: Ages four to six.
- Mini: Ages five to eight.
- Youth: Ages five to 11.
- Youth: Ages five to 14.
- Senior: Ages 11 to 18 (Depending on the level. This minimum age increases next year)
What does level 3.2 mean in Cheerleading? Level 2.1 â Growth at level 2, falling at level 1. Level 3.1 â Growth at level 3, falling at level 1. Level 3.2 â Growth at level 3, falling at level 2.
What age is a fun level?
What skills do you need for competitive cheer?
In cheerleading, it is best to focus on three areas; flexibility, strength and endurance. Flexibility is necessary when practicing and performing jumps. See the article : Buccaneers lose to Panthers 21-3 in Week 7 | NFL 2022 scores and results. The more flexible a cheerleader is, the higher the jumps will be.
What skills should a cheerleader have? The most important Cheerleading skills are cheering, jumping, flipping, warping (building pyramids), and dancing. These are the fundamental techniques that shape every aspect of cheerleading. To master these skills, it is especially important to possess and develop your balance, strength, flexibility and endurance.
What are level 7 cheer skills? Level 7 has baskets like double fulls, pike open fulls, kick threes and many more. Throwing a flyer from one stunt group to another is even allowed! The biggest difference in flipping compared to level 6 is that a back handspring to a double is allowed.
What are Level 5 cheer skills?
Skills Taught in Level 5: Round BHS Double Full. Standing 3 Back Handsprings to Double Full. See the article : Falcons Release 2019 NFL Draft Pick In Roster Shuffle. Punch Front Round Off Rear Handspring Full.
What level should a 10 year old be cheerful? Mini: Ages five to eight. Youth: Ages five to 11. Junior: Ages five to 14. Senior: Ages 11 to 18 (Depending on the level.