Cheerleading - General InformationUpdated Friday March 3, 2017 by Greenville Hurricane Athletics.
Program Manager: Shayna Holman
Contact E-mail for More Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
One of the goals of our team is to break barriers. I cannot brag enough on the members of last year's cheerleading squad---they have already done this! The Hurricanes Cheerleading Squad is not the stereotypical cheer team. It is a team made up of members who support, encourage, bring out the best in each person and treat each other like family. We want to restore the true spirit of cheerleading. It is a co-ed sport that requires various levels of athleticism and enthusiasm found in both males and females. Whether you've been on a cheer team or not, you have done some form of cheering at a game or watching from home.
Not sure if you want to try out?
Come to our open house (bring attached medical waiver) on Tuesday, March 28th from 3:00-4:30PM at First Assembly Gym (1105 Haywood Road, Greenville)
(If you are a male and undecided, please see the link below on "Male Cheerleading".)
Link: Male Cheerleading- https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xqEKixU30LcJz1p-wYdgWLOCyRahhP9JqhYwm5iY3hE/edit?usp=sharing
Fun Fact: Cheerleading was an all-male sport when it first began in 1877. The first woman was allowed on the team in 1923 but women were not recognized in the sport until the 1940's)
When are Tryouts? (Please plan to attend all 3 dates)
Thursday, March 30, 3:00-5:00 pm – Learning a cheer, a jump, stunting, the dance, and tumbling
Tuesday April 4, 3:00-5:00 pm - Learning a cheer, a jump, stunting, the dance, and tumbling
Thursday April 6, 3:00-5:00 pm - Tryouts
Where will Tryouts be held? Greenville First Assembly of God (1105 Haywood Road, Greenville)
Who may try out? Girls AND GUYS 6th-12th (school year 2017/2018). Must be homeschooled OR in a traditional school that does not offer Cheer. No experience necessary.
What will we be doing during tryouts? We will be learning cheers, jumps, stunting, tumbling, and a dance (for those trying out for competition.) We will be evaluating students' spirit, teachable qualities, positive attitude, ability to copy motions and teamwork capabilities.
What to wear? T-shirt and shorts or stretchy pants. Cheer bloomers or compression shorts MUST be worn underneath shorts for girls. We will be learning stunting and tumbling, so this is to ensure you are well covered. Athletic shoes - Wear ones that you already have, with the flattest sole for girls. Guys can wear any athletic shoes.
What to bring?
* Conditioning Info/Medical Waiver form.
* Water Bottle (optional)
Please see the 2 links below for more cheerleading information, and our rules and regulations handbook.
* Cheerleading Information- https://docs.google.com/document/d/19x3yjPk14CoW8IDTSv6TU-sd5oxMb9olghgsP67QOEU/edit?usp=sharing
* Cheerleading Rules/Regulations- https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XZpVJ2lNoZXEKMva7yE6d48PIwGhROx9i44k48zfZvM/edit?usp=sharing
If you have further questions, please contact Shayna Holman, Cheerleading Program Manager - email@example.com
Greenville Hurricanes Athletics is excited to include the sport of Cheerleading as of the 2016/2017 school year. Girls going into 6th to 12th grades are eligible to cheer, as well as athletes that do not have cheer offered at their school. Tryouts take place in May, and practices begin in August of the new school year.
Our cheerleaders cheer for Football, August through October, and Basketball, October through February.