TIGAR All Star Cheerleading

Sarah Hoskins

Lexi Flying

About our program:

TIGAR Elite Cheer All Star Programs offer competitive cheer squads for boys and girls ages 4-18 who wish to develop cheer skills while participating on a competitive team. Team members not only learn routines and stunts, but also develop leadership, dedication and positive sportsmanship. Our staff is fully qualified in all levels of cheerleading and have numerous years of experience.

 

Our philosophy at TIGAR is to be family friendly, provide a fun atmosphere, and foster teamwork. Routines are fun, unique and fresh with innovative moves. Team members compete in several cheer competitions in the region, with some travel to regional and national competitions. Team members also participate in parades, community performances and professional sporting event expositions.

What is All Star Cheerleading?

All Star Cheerleading is a team competitive sport that is regulated by the United States All Star Federation (USASF). This sport incorporates skills from other disciplines such as dance, gymnastics, and acrobats.

Cheerleaders train year round to perfect a choreographed routine and compete in specific divisions split by age and difficulty levels 1 through 5. Each athlete is an integral part of the team and trained to develop their individual skills to reach maximum potential. Training for new seasons begin in May and continue through April of the following year.

Throughout the season cheerleaders build trust and friendship with their teammates in an environment that is challenging, dynamic, and fun.

2015 – 2016 Competitive Cheer Team Results

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Clementines – Youth Level 1:

  • Mile High Championship, November 2015 (3rd Place)
  • America’s Best Championship – Kansas City Nationals, December 2015 (5th Place)
  • Jamfest Denver Nationals, January 2016 (1st Place)
  • Aloha Spirit Championship – Denver, February 2016 (1st Place)
  • Cheersport, March 2016 (1st Place and an At Large Bid to the D2 Summit)
  • D2 Summit, April/May 2016 (Competed against 60 teams)

Express – Senior Level 1:

  • Mile High Championship, November 2015 (1st Place)
  • America’s Best Championship – Kansas City Nationals, December 2015 (4th Place)
  • Jamfest Denver Nationals, January 2016 (1st Place)
  • Aloha Spirit Championship – Denver, February 2016 (1st Place and a Bid to Aloha Hawaii)
  • Cheersport, March 2016 (1st Place)
  • U.S. Finals, March 2016 (2nd Place)

Bengals, Junior Level 3:

  • Mile High Championship, November 2015 (2nd Place)
  • America’s Best Championship – Kansas City Nationals, December 2015 (1st Place)
  • Jamfest Denver Nationals, January 2015 (4th Place)
  • Aloha Spirit Championship, February 2016 (1st Place and Grand Champion)
  • Cheersport, March 2016 (Tied for 1st Place and an At Large Bid to the D2 Summit)
  • U.S. Finals, March 2016 (8th Place)
  • D2 Summit, April/May 2016 (Competed against 45 teams)

Did you miss the TIGAR Elite Cheer Evaluations?  Send us an email to info@tigargym.com to find out how to join one of our teams.

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