At TRIBE, our goal when creating teams is to place individual athletes on teams where they can most benefit the team and where the team will also best fit the athlete. We always want to give our athletes a chance to perform and compete with better-than-average opportunities to finish with better-than-average results.
Teams are formed based on athlete age, skills, ability level, and maturity, as well as experience. We are happy to accept ALL ATHLETES AGES 4-18 AND ALL ABILITY LEVELS, USASF Levels 1-6. Our teams will compete locally, regionally, and at various events throughout the country. Once our competition schedule is finalized, it will be posted HERE.
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What is All-Star Cheerleading? (an excerpt from http://usasf.net)
“All Star cheerleading is a competition sport that involves boys and girls performing a 2 minute and 30 second routine composed of tumbling, stunting, pyramids, dance, and cheer segments. This routine is performed and scored against other competitive teams at various local, regional, national, and worldwide competitions.
When we refer to tumbling, we mean gymnastic type skills like cartwheels and back handsprings. Stunting refers to a group of two or more individuals that elevate another cheerleader in the air. This also includes co-ed stunting that may only include one base and one flyer. Pyramids are a form of stunting but are done as a large group and are interconnected. Dance is a portion of a routine that consists of choreographed high-energy dance moves.
The main difference between High School cheer and All Star cheer is that a High School cheerleading team’s primary purpose is to support a local school’s sports team and keep the crowd excited. An All Star team performs purely for the challenge, thrill, and competition of the sport. Other differences include All Star cheerleading seasons can be as much as a year long, All Star cheerleaders are not required to be from the same school or area.”