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2019-20 KHSAA COMPETITIVE CHEER REGION COMPETITION DATES/SITES

TIMES ARE LOCAL TO SITE
(as 08/16/19)

REGION

DATE

SITE

MANAGER

MANAGER EMAIL

Region 1 (Basketball Region 1 and 2 schools), hosted by Basketball Region 1 schools

Sat., Nov. 23

McCracken County High School

Geno Miller

geno.miller@mccracken.kyschools.us

Region 2 (Basketball Region 3 and 4 schools), hosted by Basketball Region 3 schools

Sat., Nov. 9

Owensboro High School

Todd Harper

todd.harper@owensboro.kyschools.us

Region 3 (Basketball Region 5 and 6 schools), hosted by Basketball Region 5 schools

Sat., Nov. 9

Taylor County 

Paul McQueary 

paul.mcqueary@taylor.kyschools.us

Region 4 (Basketball Region 7 and 8 schools), hosted by Basketball Region 7 schools

Sat., Nov. 23

Valley High School

Robert Vinegar

robert.vinegar@jefferson.kyschools.us

Region 5 (Basketball Region 9 and 10 schools), hosted by Basketball Region 9 schools

Sat., Nov. 23

Boone County High School 

Lance Melching

lance.melching@boone.kyschools.us

Region 6 (Basketball Region 11 and 12 schools), hosted by Basketball Region 11 schools

Sat., Nov. 9

Paul Laurence Dunbar High School

Jason Howell

jason.howell@fayette.kyschools.us

Region 7 (Basketball Region 13 and 14 schools), hosted by Basketball Region 13 schools

Sat., Nov. 23

Corbin Arena

Krystal Miller

krystal.miller@knox.kyschools.us

Region 8 (Basketball Region 15 and 16 schools), hosted by Basketball Region 15 schools

Sat., Nov. 9

Pikeville Expo Center

Jeff Huffman

jeffrey.huffman@carter.kyschools.us

CHEER REGION ROTATION DATES

Regions can alternate host sites (Schools in Basketball Region 1 one year and Basketball Region 2 site the next) or choose to have a permanent site based upon facility abilities and availability. The competition rules will stipulate the odd region listed in the alternation table would recommend the region site in the odd year, and the even region in the even year. Sites selected must be able to accommodate the historic crowds, similar to the criteria for the current basketball site selection.

Athletic Administrators from both combined regions are responsible for making decisions such as ticket price, expenses and division of any revenue as a group.  The “host” basketball region is not solely responsible for this.

The Commissioner’s office would make the final selection based on the recommendations and consider all other factors.

To permit schools to plan and prepare, the following are the future dates and projected hosts based on the basketball region numbers:

 

2018

2019

2020

2021

Week #1

1@2; 7@8; 9@10; 13@14

Oct. 28-Nov. 3

Sat., Nov. 3

4@3; 6@5; 12@11; 16@15

Nov. 3-9

Sat., Nov. 9

1@2; 7@8; 9@10; 13@14

Nov. 1-7

Sat., Nov. 7

4@3; 6@5; 12@11; 16@15

Nov. 7-13

Sat., Nov. 13

UCA BLUEGRASS

(OPEN NO REGIONS)

Nov. 10, 2018

*Nov. 2, 2019 due to facility
availability (normally Nov. 16)

Nov. 14, 2020

Nov. 13, 2021

Week #2

3@4; 5@6; 11@12; 15@16

Nov. 11-17

Sat., Nov. 17

2@1; 8@7; 10@9; 14@13
Nov. 17-23

Sat., Nov. 23

3@4; 5@6; 11@12; 15@16

Nov. 15-21

Sat., Nov. 21

2@1; 8@7; 10@9; 14@13

Nov. 14-20

Sat., Nov. 20

THANKSGIVING WEEK

OPEN – NO REGIONS

Nov. 22, 2018

OPEN – NO REGIONS

Nov. 28, 2019

OPEN – NO REGIONS

Nov. 26, 2020

OPEN – NO REGIONS

Nov. 25, 2021

Open Week

State FB Finals

State FB Finals

State FB Finals

State FB Finals

STATE

Dec. 8, 2018

Alltech Arena

Dec. 14, 2019

Alltech Arena

Dec. 12, 2020

Alltech Arena

Dec. 11, 2021

Alltech Arena

In each division, the winner and runner-up from each of the eight (8) regionals will advance to the State Competition (maintaining the number of state competition qualifiers).

Coed will be one division with 1 or more males up to the overall squad limit size of 30. Game Day will be one division and the overall squad size limit of 30.

Anticipated State Schedule will be as follows:
Morning Session – 9 a.m. – All-Girls Small; All-Girls Medium; Game Day
Afternoon Session – 2:30 p.m. – All-Girls Large; All-Girls Super; Coed

Please contact Assistant Commissioner Sarah Bridenbaugh (sbridenbaugh@khsaa.org) should you have any questions pertaining to Competitive Cheer. 

 

– KHSAA –

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