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High School

High School STUNT is being played across the country as a sanctioned sport in states like California, as a Varsity sport in district/city play in New York, North Carolina, Alaska, and as a club sport in states like Oklahoma, Florida, Missouri, and others.

Find out how you can you get involved in STUNT at the high school level:

  • We are a returning STUNT team.
    Check on your state or league information below. As your state or league’s information is made available, it will be posted. In the meantime, visit the “How to get started with STUNT” to get prepared for the upcoming season!
  • We are new and want to join an existing state or league.
    Visit the “How to get started with STUNT” page and contact your state or league coordinator listed below if one is listed. Familiarize yourself with the training materials from the previous year just to get up to speed, and make sure to get updated when the new training materials become available.

    You can also start preparing with any of the “carryover” routines as they are posted for your state or league. These are the routines that are repeated from the previous year. Once registration opens, all teams will be given the new routines as well.
  • We want to get STUNT going in our area. No teams are currently playing in our state.
    If you’re interested in organizing a group to play STUNT in your area, district, or state, visit the “How to Organize a New STUNT League“.

Register Here

2019 High School STUNT Information

We are so excited about the upcoming 2019 season!  If you are planning to play STUNT this season, check the resources below to get started and your state for specific routine/structure information.

Current documentation, available in the “Resources” section:

  • Coaches Training
  • Rulebook
  • Hosting Packet (what you need to host games)
  • Administrator’s Guide
  • Guide for New Coaches


Alaska

Anchorage School District

Five out of the ten schools in the Anchorage system participated in the 2018 season with a county championship, with more expected to join in 2019. If your ASD team wants to play, reach out to the Anchorage School District Office.

If your team is not in the ASD, and you are interested in starting STUNT in your district, visit the “How to Join” page!


California

STUNT is a sanctioned CIF sport being played across the state. If you are interested in playing STUNT, please read through the information below.

If you are interested in officiating for STUNT in California, contact CASOA.

Key Dates:

  • Registration Open & Routines Released: December 3rd
  • Season: CIF Spring Sport – check with your section on start & end dates
  • Section Championships: April 27th
    • Sac Joaquin (Section Sponsored) Location TBD
    • North Coast (Section Sponsored) Location TBD
    • Southern (USA Cheer Sponsored) Location TBD
    • Central (Section Sponsored)
    • San Diego (USA Cheer Sponsored)
  • CA STATE STUNT (CSC) Championship: May 3-4
    Sponsored by CIF
    Location: Sacramento

Additional Documents/Training for California (may change)

Process for STUNT Scheduling in CA 2019

2019 Routines

Two routines from each quarter are repeated from the previous year. As the teams who participated in 2018 will be familiar with these routines, we are making them available for all interested teams below.

Link for carryover routines (numbers 3 & 4 for each quarter):
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Fx3vAH5b55htV-6WVcaXDsbzrvm96_GT
(You can view the files in Google Drive, or you can right-click and select “Download” to download them to your computer or copy them to your own Google Drive to view offline.  If you are viewing the file on Google Drive, use the “Download” arrow in the upper right of the screen to download.)

New for 2019 routines:  Adjusted number of stunt groups for quarter 1:  Routines 1 & 2 will have 3 stunt groups, Routines 3 & 4 will have 2 stunt groups and routines 5 & 6 will have 1 stunt group

Stay Connected

Join the California High School STUNT Facebook group to get the latest updates!


District of Columbia

The D.C. Public Schools Association has budgeted for 7 schools to introduce STUNT for a full Spring season in 2019. If your team is interested, contact Bill Ahern.


Florida

Several teams are preparing to play STUNT at an invitational tournament. If your team is interested, contact Bill Ahern.


Minnesota

Minnesota will be demonstrating STUNT at their 2018 coaches conference for implementation in 2019. If your team is interested, contact Bill Ahern.


Missouri

They plan to have six teams play STUNT in 2019. If your team is interested in joining them, contact Bill Ahern.


New York

New York Pubic Schools Athletic League (PSAL)

NY PSAL has been playing STUNT since their pilot season in 2014, with 32 teams playing in the 2018 season! If your PSAL team is interested in joining them, visit the PSAL STUNT website for more information.

If your team is in NY but not in the PSAL, contact Bill Ahern.


North Carolina

Wake County Public Schools

STUNT is a Varsity sport at Wake County Public Schools. If your school is interested in playing STUNT in Wake County, please contact Deran Coe.

If you are interested in officiating for STUNT in Wake County, contact Helen Stephens at ghscheermath@gmail.com.

Key Dates coming soon!

2019 Routines

Two routines from each quarter are repeated from the previous year. As the teams who participated in 2018 will be familiar with these routines, we are making them available for all interested teams below.

Link for carryover routines (numbers 1 & 6 for each quarter):
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/50d8vz7w2y4hef6/AAAuRMbJzFJRdC7UyhML_2sna?dl=0

NEW in 2019: 

Partner Stunt routines 1 & 2 will require 2 stunt groups on the floor.  Routines 3-6 will still require one stunt group.


Oklahoma

STUNT is a club sport in Oklahoma. If you are interested in playing STUNT, please contact Bill Ahern.

If you are interested in officiating for STUNT in Oklahoma, contact Bill Ahern.

Join the Facebook Group for coaches here.

Key Dates:

  •  Registration open: October 23
  • Routines released: November 5
  • Season begins:
  • Season ends:
  • State Championship:

2019 Routines

Two routines from each quarter are repeated from the previous year. As the teams who participated in 2018 will be familiar with these routines, we are making them available for all interested teams below.

Link for carryover routines for 12-athlete version (numbers 3 & 4 for each quarter):  https://www.dropbox.com/sh/otfrtq7uzuwjkz5/AAD4Z3rKC762DhaT5W7LY7AEa?dl=0

New for 2019 routines:  Adjusted number of stunt groups for quarter 1:  Routines 1 & 2 will have 3 stunt groups, Routines 3 & 4 will have 2 stunt groups and routines 5 & 6 will have 1 stunt group

NEW for OK in 2019:  There will be an 8 athlete version of STUNT for high school teams in 2019.  You cannot have more than 12 athletes on your roster to play this version of STUNT.  The partner stunt and jumps/tumbling routines will be the same as the 12 athlete game.

Returning for its second year is a set up specifically for Junior High teams.  Only 4 routines per quarter but you will still play 4 in a game (unless there is a mutually agreed upon modification.)

Link for repeat routines for the 8 athlete set up: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/lygvtu1zy1dgcde/AAC9ma9nSoDJfVGa3iyIw5GHa?dl=0

Link for repeat routines for the junior high set up: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/esyevadlo5pa6ni/AABzVDkhByCp-SECAXuSvOh2a?dl=0


Texas

In Texas, USA Cheer is working with a school district interested in introducing STUNT to five schools in 2019.  If you have teams interested in playing STUNT, see the “How to Join” page!


Utah

STUNT was demonstrated at the Utah State Cheerleading Championship in the Spring of 2018. An educational is planned for September to continue introducing the sport to coaches. If you would like to play STUNT in 2019, contact Bill Ahern.


Washington

STUNT has been demonstrated at the Washington Cheer Coaches Association, with at least six teams expected to play in 2019. To join them, contact Bill Ahern.

If you are in an area without STUNT and want to get it started, see the “How to Join STUNT” page for more information!