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04/21/21 – Dance Regional Information

April 28, 2021 Dance Blog Updates

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Regional instructions for 2021 Dance managers, teams, and fans have been posted to the KHSAA website. A link is also provided below for you. 

Region Instructions 

Regional Managers Contact Information

AWARDS

  • At the regional competitions, in order to accommodate larger competitions and the need for social distancing among spectators and eliminate mass gatherings, no regional trophies or awards presentations will be made at event.
  • Those earned trophies will be given to the teams upon arrival at the state championship.

COACHES

  • Primarily due to capacity restrictions at the time sites were formulated, for 2021 each squad will be limited to a maximum of two (2) alternate participants and a maximum of two (2) coaches admitted.
  • Additional coaches as necessary, up to a limit of four (4) in the coaching box, will need to purchase admission.
  • Future limitations of this type for 2021-22 and beyond will be determined at a later time.
  • Any additional team members will be required to purchase a ticket through GoFan at khsaatickets.org.  

SCHEDULE

Regional Time Schedules have also been posted for each region. 

Regions 1 & 2 Time Schedule

Regions 3 & 4 Time Schedule

 After reviewing the declarations/withdrawals, this chart illustrates the updated number of squads per division and per region that will qualify for state competition:

Region Jazz Hip Hop Pom Game Day
R1 2 5 5 3
R2 3 4 5 2
R3 1 2 4 2
R4 2 3 4 1
  8 14 18 8

The 2021 KHSAA State Dance Championships will be held on May 16th at George Rogers Clark High School in Winchester. In the coming days following the regional competitions, a finalized detailed time schedule will be developed for the state championships.

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