Competition Updates 2022-2023
Traditional Cheer, Building & Overall Score Sheet
Partner Stunt Score Sheet
Game Day Score Sheets
Game Day Spirit Program Score Sheets
Crowd Tape Score Sheet
Mascot Score Sheet
Mascot Entry Score Sheet
Point Deduction Explanation
We remain committed to fair and consistent scoring. Our goal is to evolve and provide the tools needed to all school teams this season for a clear understanding of divisions, rules, and scoring. To achieve this, we will follow the four guiding principles of transparency, fairness, integrity, and safety.
Scoring Review Process (See Attached)
Click here for the UCA Scoring Review Process.
Legality Review Process
Universal Cheerleaders Association offers a service to help teams with legality and safety questions. Teams will be able to email skills in throughout the year to receive a legality or safety response. This service will help teams get a response with a video attached back to use in situations where the skill may be in question.
Teams are not required, but encouraged, to submit a safety video.
To email a video, the following must be included:
Videos that do not follow the above rules will not receive a response.
If you know that your video does not meet all the requirements above, please refilm/resubmit the video. Only videos that meet the above requirements will be reviewed.
Please send all videos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: Performing the skill at a prior event does not ensure that a skill is legal nor that it would have warranted a legality warning. Only submitting the skill will make the skill eligible for a warning. UCA can only guarantee this process will be accepted at UCA-branded events. This would not include other Varsity-branded and state association events.
Click here for a complete list of changes for the 2021-2022 USA Cheer High School Rules.
Criteria for Selecting Judges
Judges selected for one of our regional events should meet these standards
In addition to the regional event standards these additional criteria will be used when selecting our National Championship Judges.
Judge Selection – Example Conflicts of Interest
Providing accurate, fair, and unbiased feedback for our customers is one of our top priorities. With that said, our selected panel of judges must have no affiliation with teams in a division they are scheduled to judge.
Example of potential Conflicts of Interest:
For Nationals/Championship events
Interested in Judging?
Click HERE to share your interest with our competition team.
Watch these videos to take a deep dive into the UCA Score Sheets.
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