NEW SCORING FOR 17 -18 SEASON

 

CHAMPION CHEER ccclogoCENTRAL SCORING FOR THE 2017 – 2018 SEASON!

 

 

 

GENERAL SCORING OVERVIEW

SCORE RUBRICS

All Star Master Score Sheet – updated 8/17

All Star Scoring System Rubrics – updated 8/17

All Star Prep Scoring System  – updated 8/17

All Star Tiny Novice Scoring System – updated 8/17

Deductions/Safety Sheet – updated 8/17

LEVEL APPROPRIATE SKILLS

Level Appropriate Skills  – updated 8/17

DANCE

Hip Hop Score Sheet – 10/17

Jazz Score Sheet – 10/17

Pom Score Sheet – 10/17

Contemporary/Lyrical Score Sheet – 10/17

Dance Score Sheet – 10/17

SCHOOL

School Divisions and Scoring – 10/17

School Rubrics – 10/17 NEW FOR 2017

School Mount Score Sheet – 10/17 NEW FOR 2017

School Non Mount Score Sheet – 10/17 NEW FOR 2017

School Non Mount/Non Tumble Score Sheet – 10/17 NEW FOR 2017

DEDUCTIONS

ATHLETE FALL – .25                                                                                                                              Drops to the performance surface during tumbling and/or jumping
Examples:
• Hand, hands or head down in tumbling or jump skills
• Knees down in tumbling or jump skills

BUILDING FALL – .75 
Drops to a cradle, uncontrolled dismounting and/or uncontrolled lowering of a building skill (not timing issues)

Examples:
• Base or spotter drops to the performance surface during a building skill

MAJOR BUILDING FALL – 1.25
Drops to the performance surface from a stunt, pyramid or toss by the top person and/or the bases/spotters

Examples:

  • Top person drops to the performance surface
  • Multiple bases and/or spotters drop to the performance surface
  • Top person lands on base and/or spotter who drops to the performance surface

MAXIMUM – 1.75
When multiple deductions should be assessed during a stunt or toss (by a single group), or during a pyramid transition,then the sum of those deductions will not be greater than 1.75

BOUNDARY VIOLATIONS- .25
The performance surface is defined as the 42’ x 54’ competition floor. The competition boundary is defined as the performance surface and any immediate adjacent safety border. A .25 deduction will be assessed per occurrence for an athlete that makes contact with both feet outside the competition boundary. Stepping on, or just past the white tape is not a boundary violation.

TIME LIMIT VIOLATIONS – .25
Teams that exceed 2:30 will be subject to the following deduction:
• 1 or more seconds over time will result in a .25 deduction
The routine time limit is 2:30. Routines that exceed this time limit run a risk of being assessed a deduction. Judges will use a stop watch or similar device to measure the official time. Acknowledging the potential variance caused by human reaction speed and sound system time variations, judges will not issue a deduction until their stopwatch/clock shows a time that exceeds 2:33. Entrances and Exits are not timed. However, timing does begin with the first organized movement or beat of music.  Any organized entrances/exits will be timed. This includes team breaks, rituals, chants etc.

SAFETY VIOLATIONS

  • 0.50 – Tumbling skills performed out of level and General Safety Guidelines will be issued a 0.50 deduction.
  • 1.0 – Building skills performed out of level will be issued a 1.0 deduction.

IMAGE POLICY – .25                                                                                                                            

Inappropriate choreography and/or music, as well as violations that break the image policy will be issued a .25 deduction.

UNSPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT DEDUCTION – 1.0
When a coach is in discussion with an official, other coaches, athletes and parents/spectators they must maintain proper professional conduct. Failing to do so may result in a 2.0 deduction, removal of coach, or disqualification.

WARNINGS                                                                                                                                           

Judges may issue a warning instead of a deduction if it is not clear that the rule violation had occurred or if it was a performance error vs, an obvious rule violation. This is up to the safety judges discretion and may not be argued.

Specialty Divisions                                                                                                                                 

Performers can only participate in 3 total specialty divisions due to scheduling and costuming issues.