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All-State has been postponed.  Stay tuned for a 2023 date.

Due to the significant reduction in participants for the Fall 2022 All State competition, the WSCCA board and event committee have decided to postpone this event until the Spring of 2023.  As many participants and coaches will remember, the All State event had previously been held in the spring, however, due to busy competition schedules, it was recommended that the event be moved to the fall season.  Unfortunately, based on low enrollment numbers prior to the deadline, it is clear that the fall date was not more beneficial to our Washington athletes.  The amount of participants to date is approximately one-fourth of that from the previous year.

We understand the disappointment this may cause to the athletes that took the time out and prepared for this competition.  We too, as coaches, parents, and representatives for Washington state cheer, share in your concern, but also look forward to holding a successful event that supports the greater community of cheerleaders. 

Thank you to the participants who submitted videos for the fall date.  You will have the opportunity to resubmit a new video in the spring if you would like.  Also, refunds will be available if the new date no longer works for your schedule.

Happy cheering,

All State Committee


The 2022 WSCCA All-State event is an individual, and stunt group competition. This competition is open to all School and Recreational cheerleaders. Programs may enter as many athletes as they want to participate.  The All-State competition will be two parts; preliminary (virtual) and finals (in person). All athletes will participate in the preliminary virtual portion by video submissions. The top percentage in each division advancing to the finals, will be notified via email. If you accept the invite, you must be in attendance for the in-person competition at Emerald Ridge High School. (No video submissions are allowed for finals).

Cost and Payments

Payment can be made via online registration.

  • $40/Participant if coach is a current WSCCA member

  • $50/Participant if coach is not a current WSCCA member

  • $100/Stunt group

Spectator fee for in-person finals is $5.


  • Rec ages 8 and under non tumbling

  • Rec ages 9+ non tumbling

  • Rec all ages tumbling

  • Jr High, JV, Middle School non tumbling

  • Jr High, JV, Middle School tumbling

  • Varsity non tumbling

  • Varsity tumbling

  • Stunt Group Intermediate (All Girl)

  • Stunt Group Advanced (All Girl)

  • Stunt Group Coed (Advanced Sequence, Group of 4 with at least one male)

  • Rec Stunt Group (Intermediate Sequence)

Preliminary Round Video Submissions

There are no limits to the number of athletes a program can send to participate in the 2022 All State Competition.  All initial submissions are to be sent via video submission and will be judged remotely. All the details for submitting your video are outlined in the 2022 All State instructional video .

All submissions (except stunt group) must submit a complete video in the following order:

  1. Jump

  2. Cheer

  3. Dance

  4. Tumbling (if applicable)

Stunt groups should submit a video following the exact order of the 8-count sheet.

Please record one complete, unedited, video that includes your jump, cheer, and dance (tumbling if required) or stunt sequence. Upload your video to YouTube making it “Unlisted”. The title should be your full name that was used in registration. The description should be your name followed by your program name. Once complete email the link to

Participating athletes should wear their full uniform. If you don’t have a uniform wear athletic PE style attire in your team colors. Hair should be worn up and away from the face with “Game Day” presentation.

In-Person Finals

-Schedule and location TBD

-Spectator cost is $5

-There may be one coach admitted for free per every 5 participants


Athletes must advance to finals from the virtual preliminary round.  Those advancing to the finals will be notified via email.  Spectators may attend the in-person competition.  Athletes will receive 5 minutes on a warm up mat and all performance mats are 2 standard panels. Tumblers please note there is no cross tumbling. Stunt groups will have 4 standard panel mats connected.




In person finalist announced via Email.  The top percentage of athletes will be advancing to the finals where in person awards will be handed out after final in person judging. Scores and placement is based on in person scores alone.

*Tie breaks will be decided by the highest cheer score.

**The number of awards may increase or decrease based on number of participants in each division.

For any questions contact