Game Day Requirements
cheerleaders are required to cheer for the
entire game (4 quarters).
cheerleaders are required to cheer throughout
the entire season.
cheerleaders are required to cheer two games per
applies if you have 15 or less cheerleaders.
For example, you could cheer at the Freshmen and
Sophomore games one week and the next week cheer
at the JV and Varsity games. Go back and forth
throughout the season so that no division feels
left out. Once the schedule is provided, please
provide the Cheer Director with a schedule of
the games your cheer team plans to cheer at each
Larger squads (16
or more), are expected to be divided (Ex.
Younger (5-8) & Older (9-13). Younger
cheerleaders should cheer at the Freshmen and
Sophomore games. Older cheerleaders should cheer
at the JV and Varsity games.
cheerleaders are required to be in uniform if
performing (uniform means shell, skirt, socks,
and tennis shoes).
should be a maximum of 5 minutes or less and all
cheerleaders should not go at any one time
unless it is during half-time of the applicable
should be at halftime. Bathroom breaks are not a
team event. All cheerleaders should not go at
one once if the game is going on.
cheerleaders are required to perform at halftime
(Ex. Cheers and Chants) of each game.
there is an injured football player down on the
field or sideline, all cheerleaders must kneel
down until confirmation of the player's
If you are in violation of the above
requirements, your team will be charged a $25
fine to be paid by the following Saturday to the
Federation Cheer Director or Federation
Commissioner. If the fine is not paid in full,
you will continue to incur fines ($25 each
Saturday) until the fine is paid.
If you do not pay your fines by the CheerXtreme
Competition, your squad will be allowed to
perform at the competition, but will not be
eligible to compete for any prizes.