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On every sideline, in every halftime show, in every school across America… It’s Game Time!

The Game Time competitions were created to showcase what traditional cheerleading is all about – leading the crowd! The competition gives teams who traditionally don’t compete a chance to show how they rule the field and lead the crowds at their schools.  

For this competition, there is no preparation needed - really! Teams can step off the sideline and into the competition. Teams will be able to enter three different categories: Time-Out Cheer, Fight Song and Time-Out Dance. All divisions have a time limit of 1 minute 15 seconds and include skill restrictions.

sample scoresheets:

 

March 21, 2015

Anaheim Convention Center


 

The Game Time Competition is divided up into 3 divisions: Time-Out Cheer, Fight Song and Time-Out Dance

Time-Out Cheer

Showcase your best sideline crowd-leading material. The use of signs, poms, flags
and/or megaphones is encouraged.

RULES AND RESTRICTIONS:

  • 1 minutes 15 seconds time limit
  • Time will begin and end with Buzzer sounds-similar to Time Out at Games
  • Emphasis on crowd involvement
  • At least 2 components required from the following: cheers, chants, traditional yells,
    and/or drum cadences.
  • No music permitted. Drum cadence can be used (CD or Live Drummers)
  • No baskets, sponge, elevator or similar type tosses permitted
  • No inversions and/or twisting into or out of stunts
  • No single leg extended stunts
  • Maximum difficulty in tumbling is limited up to standing back handspring
  • Running tumbling is prohibited
  • See GUIDELINES for complete and comprehensive Rules.
  • Sample SCORESHEET coming soon

Fight Song
Perform your favorite school fight song.

RULES AND RESTRICTIONS:

  • 1 minute 15 seconds time limit. Time will begin with first note of music
  • Up to three eight counts may be incorporated with stunts, tumbling and/or jumps
  • Same skill restrictions as listed in Time Out Cheer Rules and Restrictions
  • A kick will not be considered as a skill and can be performed at any time during routine.
  • See GUIDELINES for complete and comprehensive Rules.
  • Sample SCORESHEET coming soon

Time-Out Dance
Perform your favorite Time-Out dance. Any dance style appropriate for time-outs within a sideline cheering setting is acceptable

RULES AND RESTRICTIONS:

  • 1 minute 15 seconds time limit. Time will begin with first note of music
  • Traditional sideline uniforms required
  • Emphasis on crowd entertainment
  • Dance skills are permitted
  • No stunts or tumbling permitted
  • See GUIDELINES for complete and comprehensive Rules.
  • Sample SCORESHEET coming soon

No matter what division you’re competing in, the judges are looking for good motions!

Cheer teams are encouraged to include other sideline spirit groups (i.e. dance team, song/pom, mascot, pep/short flag, etc.) but sideline spirit groups will not be judged separately.


 

 

Look for USA Game Time at the following competitions:


Arizona
November 1, 2014
Deer Valley High School
(Glendale, AZ)


California
November 1, 2014
Clovis North High School
  (Fresno, CA)

November 17, 2014
American Canyon High School
(American Canyon, CA)

December 13, 2014
Chino Hills High School
(Chino Hills, CA)   

January 10, 2015
Summit High School
(Fontana, CA) 

January 10, 2015
Del Campo High School
(Fair Oaks,  CA)

January 24, 2015
Agoura High School
(Agoura Hills, CA)

January 26, 2015
Elsinore High School
(Wildomar, CA) 


Colorado
November 1
, 2014
Legacy High School
(Broomfield, CO)

Utah
December 6, 2014
Cottonwood High School
(Murray, UT)

 

 


 
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