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HHSAA State Cheerleading Championships for 2011 – Final Results – Radford & Waimea Win

HHSAA CHEERLEADING CHAMPIONSHIPS – FINAL RESULTS FOR 2011

Large Division

 

  1. Radford 294
  2. Kamehameha 267
  3. Punahou 226

  

Medium Division

 

  1. Waimea 317
  2. Moanalua 310
  3. Mililani 302
  4. Kamehameha-Maui 286
  5. Baldwin 283.5
  6. Pac-Five 278
  7. Pearl City 277
  8. Kapolei 270
  9. Leilehua 263
  10. Waiakea 254*
  11. ‘Aiea 254
  12. Kalani 247
  13. Kalaheo 246
  14. Roosevelt 220
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December 4, 2011 Posted by | cheerleading | | Leave a comment

HHSAA Cheerleanding State Championships at Stan Sheriff Center, Dec 4, 2011

11TH ANNUAL ZIPPY’S/HHSAA CHEERLEADING STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Sunday, Dec. 4, 2011 – Stan Sheriff Center

 

TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE

2 p.m.        Opening/introduction

2:10 p.m.   First competitive performance    4:20 p.m.   Final competitive performance   5 p.m.        Awards ceremony

 

TOURNAMENT REPRESENTATION

 

LARGE

MEDIUM

OIA

1

8

ILH

2

1

BIIF

0

1

MIL

0

2

KIF

0

1

TOTAL

3

13

 Tournament Site:  Stan Sheriff Center, University of Hawai‘i  1337 Lower Campus Rd, Honolulu 96822

 Admission: $9 adults; $5 students (K-12) and senior citizens (age 62 and over)

 Parking:  $5 – UH lower campus parking structure

  The top high school cheerleading squads from across Hawai‘i will compete for the coveted crown in the 11th Annual Zippy’s/HHSAA State Championships, Sunday, Dec. 4, at the Stan Sheriff Center.  This year’s field features three teams in the large (11 to 18-person squad) division and 13 teams in the medium (maximum 10-person squad) division.

 In what could be the biggest showdown in recent HHSAA cheer history, four-time defending Large Division champion Kamehameha and six-time defending Medium Division champ Radford will both be competing for the Large Division title. The two programs have combined to win 15 of the 20 state crowns overall. Rules & Scoring:

 Each team will perform one routine that incorporates both cheer and dance, in a time span no longer than 2 minutes, 30 seconds.

 Squads must not exceed a maximum of 1 minute, 30 seconds of music and must perform a minimum of 35 seconds for cheer/chant.

 A judges panel consisting of three performance judges, one “range” judge, three safety judges and two timers will help determine each team’s score out of a maximum 375 points. Penalties (overall point deductions) will be assessed for violations in time limit, safety regulations and missed or dropped stunts or tumbling.

 In the case of a tie, the total points from the “cheerleading fundamentals” section on the score sheet will determine the winner. In the event there is a second tie, the total points from the “overall performance” section on the score sheet will determine the winner.

 In the event of a third tie, the judges will rank the teams and this will determine the winner.

 Exhibition performances:

 JV and intermediate performances will be included in the schedule but will not count toward the state championship.

There also will be exhibition performances by Cheer 808, University of Hawaii and Hawaii Pacific University squads.

 

 

December 3, 2011 Posted by | cheerleading | , , | Leave a comment