Beverly Varsity Cheerleading
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Oct
28
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Oct
11

Sep
12

FOX25 HIGH SCHOOL FRIDAY COVERAGE:

http://www.myfoxboston.com/video/videoplayer.swf?dppversion=11212

Beverly Spirit Bump!: MyFoxBOSTON.com

Aug
31

ASHLEY GREENE

ASHLEY TISDALE
CHRISTINA AGUILERA
CORRINNE FOXX
DAKOTA FANNING
EVA LONGORIA
JESSICA SIMPSON
KENDAL JENNER
KIRSTEN DUNST
 MILEY CYRUS
REESE WITHERSPOON
KYLIE JENNER
MANDY MOORE
SANDRA BULLOCK
Aug
15

This past weekend the Beverly Varsity Football Cheerleaders hosted their first annual Youth Cheerleading Skills Camp!  With a turnout of over 30 young cheerleading prospects, the Varsity team showed off their talents and taught the girls everything from motions and cheers to stunting and tumbling!  A fantastic weekend that marked the start of what will be a great tradition in the community!  Great job to all paricipants, volunteers, and Varsity team!

If you have any feedback from this year’s event or if you are interested to learn about future Beverly Varsity Cheerleading Events, please EMAIL US at beverlyvarsitycheer@gmail.com with your contact information!

Thank you from all the members of the Beverly Varsity Cheerleading program!

Aug
08

 Congratulations to this season’s Varsity Cheerleaders for being awarded a National Bid at NCA Camp this year!

NCA Nationals are held in Dallas, Texas on Janury 7 and 8, 2012!  Great Job!

In addition, congratulations to our NCA All-American Team Members!

Christine Klemis

Alexis Hannon

Janelle Gomes

Taytum Geary

Lindsay Tocco

Kendel Davy

Aug
05

THE NCA CREED

NCA seeks to instill in young people the values and habits that will enable them to compete, endure, and become successful in life: preparation, dedication, tenacity, perseverance, self-sacrifice, teamwork, and leadership to name but a few. These are the values they will need to navigate the difficult transitions of life: from child to adolescent to young adult to parent to senior citizen. These are the values they will draw upon to preserve their marriages, their families, and their jobs. And these are the values that we at NCA wish to instill in young people through their participation in cheerleading: in our camps and in our competitions.

In all that we do, we tirelessly attempt to be true to our creed, the nine statements of the beliefs we hold dear:

  1. Cheerleading activities are bonding opportunities around which the entire family can unite.
  2. Team cohesion and performance is prized above individual talents and accomplishments.
  3. No single individual makes a team successful; teams become successful through the collective talents and best efforts of all their members.
  4. Excellence in the classroom ranks as first priority; ahead of excellence in the gym, stadium, or field.
  5. There is no substitute for hard work and preparation.
  6. Perseverance, resourcefulness, and dedication will overcome obstacles and setbacks.
  7. There are no closer friendships than those made through practicing, losing, and winning together as a team.
  8. Small triumphs promote confidence, self-esteem, dedication, and desire paving the way for future, larger triumphs.
  9. The performance arena is merely a practice area for the larger arena of life.
Aug
05

Did you know that over 300 colleges and universities award some sort of cheer scholarships?

Click on the e-book link below for a full listing of college and universities who offer such awards.  Everything is categorized by state with all contact information. 

Please let me know if you have any questions or would like to express further interest with my assistance on any of these opportunities.

Cheer Scholarships

Aug
03

See Simple Instructions Below on Full Twists to the Top. 

Find your role and practice this technique in your head.

1. SPONGE
The top girl loads into a sponge position. The only person that changes her grip for a full up is the top’s right base.
GRIP: The top girl’s right base turns her right hang counter-clockwise until her fingers are pointing toward her stomach and her thumb is pointing away.

2. TWIST UP
On the designated count, the group bends and throws the top girl upward. The throw should be hard enough to hit an Extension. Everyone releases the top girl at the top of the toss, except her right base, who will keep her hand on the top girl’s foot at all times.

3. CUPIE
At the top of the toss, everyone grabs the top girl’s feet and ankles. The top squeezes her ankles together throughout the toss and at the top.

4. CRADLE
On the designated count, the group dips and pops the top girl up and into a cradle.

Aug
02

THE HISTORY OF CHEERLEADING