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08/29/19 – Competitive Cheer Declaration Form Now Open

August 29, 2019 Cheer Blog Updates

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The declaration form for the sport-activity of Competitive Cheer is now open. The deadline to complete this form is Friday, September 20th. Each member school Athletic Director shall only submit one form and must be signed into the KHSAA School subdomain to declare.

This is for KHSAA Regional and State Competitions, so please discuss with your coach what division(s) your school will be entering as there will be no adjustments to divisions for any reason once the entries are posted. Any withdrawal from region/state competition following Sept. 20 will result in penalties under Bylaw 27 including a fine (maximum of $500) and restrictions from out of state travel for the remainder of the year.

A couple of notes that were shared in the online rules clinic:

  • Game Day is one division and squads must qualify at the Region to advance to State.
  • Coed is one division and is comprised of 1 or more boys participating.
  • A school may enter two squads in two separate divisions, but they must be comprised of different participants.

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

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