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The ICCA has established workshops, clinics, rules meetings, coaches education, as well as the ICCA Championship, Scholarship program, Senior Scholar and All-. ICCA Iowa Cheer Coaches Association - State Cheer Championships 11/01/14 · Home · Popular Events · Cheer Events · By Year · A cheerleader involved in a college cheer program may NOT participate in an ICCA Event. These events include: All-State Tryouts, State Championships, Honor. icca cheerleading 2014

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This year&#;s ICCA All-State Team just finished up their big weekend cheering and performing at half-time for the Illinois Basketball Coaches&#; Association All-Star game at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington. Illinois&#; best senior cheerleaders from all over the state learned a competition-style routine in one day! The team arrived on Friday, practiced all day then enjoyed a backyard dinner. The team was divided into a North and South team to learn sidelines and stunts for the game. The next morning started with early morning practice then back to the hotel for the All-State Awards Banquet. They were free to shop in the afternoon before cheering and performing half-time at two games that evening. The team was treated to all meals and hotel stay as well as a gift bag sponsored by NCA and ICCA, free shirt from IBCA and plaque awarded at the banquet. This year&#;s team includeded: Natalie Bozett-Centralia, Ashley Buksa-Shepard, Kirstin Childs-Peoria Christian, Kalee Cragg-Wilmington, Samantha Creech-Paris, Madison Denhart-Oakwood, Hunter Foltz-Benton, Katie Hartmann-Centralia, Alexandra Joiner-Shepard, Alexia Kenney-Freeburg, Kendra Koehne-South Fork, Lindsey Lambert-Zion Benton, Abigail McGinnis-Peoria Christian, Micah Neal-Benton, Rachel Paternoga-Brimfield, Sydney Pickens-Rich Central, Madeline Speicher-Paris, Emilee Tabing-Pinckneyville, Christina Upshaw-Rockford East, Eugene Weatherspoon-Centralia, Felicity White-Rockford East and De&#;Taisha Winters-Peoria. Tanner Laughlin, Paris HS coach, made up the cheer this year with assistance from Ridgview HS Coach Carla Taylor, and Kelly Aylesworth, Mt. Pulaski HS, choreographed the routine.

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Congratulations to the coaches and members of our varsity cheerleading squad for earning 7th place in the medium varsity division at the Illinois Cheerleading Coaches Association (ICCA) State Championships January 6, !  Ms. Beth Winkeler, the varsity coach, is assisted by Mrs. Amber Stiebel, Mrs. Kysa Richter, Ms. Lindsey Lappe, and Ms. Autumn Miller.

Members of the varsity cheerleading squad, who earned 7th place at the ICCA State Championships January 6, are (front, from left) Savanna Luitjohan, Brianna Timmermann, Rachel Gerdes, Mariah Hemker, Carly Etter, Wren Heiligenstein, Madeleine Schlimme, Alyse Wilken; (back, from left) Bailey Fuhler, Katelynn Daniels, Reagan Abert, Elyse Haake, Alyssa Winkeler, Sophia Mondt, and Kinsey Stockmann. (Caroline Kenow was unavailable for the photo.)

 

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Dana Musinski - Head Coach
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Dana Musinski cheered for four years at Conant High School and for three years at Illinois State University.  Dana was the Junior Varsity Cheerleading Coach for one year and was the Head Varsity Cheerleading Coach for five years at Conant H.S. from   During her coaching tenure at Conant, she helped lead the Cougars to win four MSL Conference Titles, four ISHA Sectional Titles, and finish in the top five of the IHSA State finals all five years that she coached Varsity, including a State Championship in , a runner-up finish in , and a 3rd place finish in   Dana also coached for one year at Ultimate Athletics where she created their international program.  During her time coaching at UA, her International Open Coed Level 5 team won several national championships and placed 9th at the USASF Cheerleading World Championship in Orlando, Florida.  Dana is currently in her 2nd year as the Head Cheerleading Coach at Fremd.  Last year, her Varsity team earned 2nd at MSL, 3rd at IHSA Sectionals, and 13th at the IHSA State Championship.  Dana is currently in her 12th year teaching Special Education at Fremd H.S.  She also holds two Master’s Degrees in Reading and School Counseling.  Dana is also a certified competitive cheerleading official for IHSA, IRCA, ICCA, and IESA.

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Ames High is fortunate to have one of the best cheerleading programs in the state of Iowa. Each year both the fall and winter programs have cheerleaders recognized by the ICCA as stand-out athletes, who are then given the opportunity to perform at special events.

Winter cheer is proud to recognize the following athletes who have been selected for special teams:

Iowa All-State Cheerleaders (from Winter Cheer)




:
Taniah Jones
Katie Joiner & Savannah Farner
Kaylee Hahn
Megan Girard
Andrea Mallarino

Iowa Shrine Bowl Cheerleaders
Julia Marks
Allie Carr, Katarina Kozakova, Julia Marks, Marlys O&#;Neal (Canceled due to COVID)
Sara Thach
Aubrey Branch, Alison McHenry, Sonja Paulson, Lydia Spurgeon
Abbie Berryhill & Serena Paulson
Kinsey Belz & McKenzie Dohrmann
Kinsey Belz
Ronna Belz & Jenny Scoles
Ronna Belz & Jenny Scoles

Shrine Bowl Cheerleaders fundraise for the Shriner’s Children’s Hospitals then perform at the Shrine Bowl football game in July at UNI.

Iowa All Stars Cheerleaders
Allie Carr, Haley Nelsen, Marlys O&#;Neal, Arlyn Wingate
Kaylee Nelson & Addison Saxton
Aubrey Branch, Alexandria Coffman, Halley Rollins
Aubrey Branch, Rachel Harms, Alison McHenry, Cecilia Monroe, Sonja Paulson, & Lydia Spurgeon
Abbie Berryhill, Tracie-Lynn Lamoreux, Hannah Sumpter
Lindsey Barroso, Anna Bourke, Hannah Bloch, Emily Carlson, Jenny Zhou
Bre Sheeley
Marissa Ehlers & Christina Paulson

All Stars cheerleaders perform at the IBCA basketball tournament in Grimes at the end of March.

Academic Honor Squad &#; Scholarship Winners
Julia Marks
Megan Adams

Cheerleaders meeting the GPA requirement are invited to apply for a $ ICCA sponsored scholarship. Only 4 cheerleaders from the entire state are selected as recipients!

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Danelle Langeneckert was named the St. Ambrose University Spirt Coach on May 20,

Langeneckert, who has coached the SAU Dance Team since , oversees both the Cheer and Dance teams and also coordinate efforts between the two programs and the Athletic Bands at performances at games and in the community.

"I am incredibly honored and proud to be the Spirit Coach and Coordinator of the St. Ambrose University Cheer and Dance Programs," Langeneckert said. "Both programs are filled with incredible talent and I look forward to continuing on the great traditions established here at SAU by our Spirit Programs and excited for the opportunity to take us to the next level."

In , Langeneckert led St. Ambrose to a runner-up finish at the NAIA Competitive Cheer National Championships. The team finished third in In her first year in charge of the Cheer Team, Langeneckert helped the Bees finish fifth at the National Championships.

She inherited an impressive competitive cheer team. St. Ambrose earned a third- and fourth-place finish at the NAIA National Invitational in and , and placed as high as second at the NCA College Nationals in The team won an NAIA Regional crown and five other teams finished in the top three at regionals. The Bees have had 18 cheerleaders earn All-American recognition since

Langeneckert has years of experience as a dance performer, instructor and coach and is familiar with the SAU dance program, having served as the assistant coach from She has choreographed award-winning routines at the high school and collegiate levels.

A member and captain of the Knight Kompany Dancers at Davenport Assumption High School, Langeneckert was the president and co-founder of the nationally-ranked Florida State University Seminole Dance Force Competition Team from She graduated with a degree in business marketing from Florida State in before earning her Master's of Business Administration from St. Ambrose in

Langeneckert started her dance instruction career with the Davenport Park Board Dance Program from and instructed at Kim's School of Dance in Moline, Ill., from She also spent three years at the Universal Dance Association in Memphis, Tenn., the last as the head instructor for Midwest high school dance camps.

In , Langeneckert served as a summer staff instructor for Knights Elite, a junior and senior high pom squad. From the summer of through the spring of , Langeneckert was the head varsity dance coach at Assumption High School. During that time, she led the team to 13 first-place team state titles and one individual state title and her squad placed 13th out of 71 teams at the UDA National Championships in Orlando, Fla.

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The ICCA is YOUR direct voice to the IHSA and IESA. As a member, your Region Representatives as well as Board of Directors provide BOTH the IHSA and IESA with concerns and issues that you have within your respective regions and schools. The ICCA is proud to represent our member coaches and schools in regards to various committees at both the IHSA and IESA. Please feel free to contact your Region Representative, Board of Directors members or utilize the CONTACT US form via this website to voice your concerns.

 

ICCA Championship Qualifiers

ICCA Championship Schedule &#; Saturday

ICCA Championship Schedule &#; Sunday

Championship Schedule of Events

Click here for information on Live Streaming

the 37th Annual ICCA Championships

 

 

 

 

The Illinois Cheerleading Coaches Association is a non-profit organization committed to the continuous development of Illinois&#; cheerleading coaches, and therefore each and every cheerleader.

The mission of the Illinois Cheerleading Coaches Association (ICCA) shall be to serve the needs of Illinois&#; cheerleading coaches and their teams through an emphasis on the highest standards of professionalism, sportsmanship and safety.

We hope to bring out the best in Illinois cheerleading by helping coaches develop the leadership and knowledge to bring their respective squads a successful season.

The ICCA has established workshops, clinics, rules meetings, coaches education, as well as the ICCA Championship, Scholarship program, Senior Scholar and All-State programs for our members. With your help, we can do much more to create excellence and develop a healthy respect for cheerleading in all sports.

 

 

 

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State Championships Results

Click here for more information about State Championships.

Starting on June 1, ICCA will re-open stunting to schools across Iowa with the following guidelines. We strongly encourage that your school follow guidelines set by your school and county.

  • Schools that require masks will be able to stunt but may NOT perform:
  • Twisting stunts – Including twist ups, twist downs, and twisting basket tosses. Cradles and straight up baskets that don’t twist are allowed.
  • Inversions – Including single stunts and pyramids that include inversions.
  • Once the mask mandate at your school is lifted, you may resume stunting as normal.
  • ICCA highly recommends that each coach communicate with their athletic director in regards to their school mask mandates.
  • For safety reasons, coaches must follow stunt progressions.

Additional considerations/recommendations from USA Cheer

  • Use proper physical distancing to minimize contact.
  • Limit contact between groups at exits and entrances by staggering arrival/departure times between cohort groups (individual stunt groups, teams, etc.) and designating separate   entrances and exits when possible.
  • Avoid congregating before, during, and after practice.
  • Contact and physical distancing should follow all local health directives.
  • Stunting should only occur when local directives allow contact in sport.

It is ultimately the decision of the individual school district whether stunting occurs or not. Schools do NOT have to stunt.

Please remember that this is a fluid situation and things can change rapidly.  Everyone needs to be flexible.  Again, communication with your school administration will be crucial regarding when changes can be made.

Membership

Click here to renew or become a member of the ICCA.

Calendar

Our /22 Calendar is now available for download at this link.

Please Review the Spirit Rule Comments Below

When passing props from the top person away from the stunt a base must not hold props that are made of hard material or have sharp corners or edges. A top person may hand signs to a non-stunting person on the ground or to a non-required spotter.

When performing braced flips in a pyramid the top persons hands/arms must be in continuous contact with a bracer.  In the cases of a single bracer, there must be a hand/arm connection between both hands/arms of the top person and the bracer.

Switch ups are permitted as long as they are caught by the original bases.

Notice

A cheerleader involved in a college cheer program may NOT participate in an ICCA Event. These events include: All-State Tryouts, State Championships, Honor Squad, All-Stars, Special Olympics, Shrine Bowl (juniors only), Academic Scholarship, and Fall Clinics.

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Danelle Langeneckert was named the St. Ambrose University Spirt Coach on May 20,

Langeneckert, who has coached the SAU Dance Team sinceoversees both the Cheer and Dance teams and also coordinate efforts between the two programs and the Athletic Bands at performances at games and in the community.

"I am incredibly honored and proud to be the Spirit Coach and Coordinator of the St. Ambrose University Cheer and Dance Programs," Langeneckert said. "Both programs are filled with incredible talent and I look forward to continuing on the great traditions established here at SAU by our Spirit Programs and excited for the opportunity to take us to the next level."

InLangeneckert led St. Ambrose to a runner-up finish at the NAIA Competitive Cheer National Championships. The team finished third in In her first year in charge of the Cheer Team, Langeneckert helped the Bees finish fifth at baltimore memorial day soccer tournament National Championships.

She inherited an impressive competitive cheer team. St. Ambrose earned a third- and fourth-place finish at the NAIA National Invitational in andand placed as high as second at the NCA College Nationals in The team won an NAIA Regional crown and five other teams finished in the top three at regionals. The Bees have had 18 cheerleaders earn Icca cheerleading 2014 recognition since

Langeneckert has years of experience as a icca cheerleading 2014 performer, instructor and coach and is familiar with the SAU dance program, having served as the assistant coach from She has choreographed award-winning routines at the high school and collegiate levels.

A member and captain of the Knight Kompany Dancers at Davenport Assumption High School, Langeneckert was the president and co-founder of the nationally-ranked Florida State University Seminole Dance Force Competition Team from She graduated with a degree in business marketing from Florida State in before icca cheerleading 2014 her Master's of Business Administration from St. Ambrose in

Langeneckert started her dance instruction career with the Davenport Park Board Dance Program from and instructed at Kim's School of Dance in Moline, Ill., from She also spent three years at the Universal Dance Association in Memphis, Tenn., the last as the head instructor for Midwest high school dance camps.

InLangeneckert served as a summer staff instructor for Knights Elite, a junior and senior high pom squad. From the summer of through the spring ofLangeneckert was the head varsity dance coach at Assumption High School, icca cheerleading 2014. During that time, she led the team to 13 first-place team state titles and one individual state title and her squad placed 13th out of 71 teams at the UDA National Championships in Orlando, Fla.

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Kalea Wilson currently serves as the head coach of the Waldorf University cheerleading program and also oversees game day promotions.

Wilson has been active in the spirit industry, working as a territory sales manager for Motionwear. She is a member of the American Association of Cheerleading Coaches and Administrators (AACCA) and the Iowa Cheerleading Coaches Association (ICCA).

A native of Salina, Okla., Wilson graduated from Salina High School in Throughout grade school and high school, she participated in competitive cheer and dance. Wilson was a member of the Ladies of Liberty, a semi-professional cheer team for the Tulsa Revolution of the Professional Arena Soccer League (PASL) during the season.

Wilson earned an associate of arts degree in business administration from Carl Albert State College in She is currently pursuing a bachelor’s of arts degree in business administration at Waldorf.

Wilson resides in Forest City with her husband, Michael, who is the head coach of the Waldorf men’s and women’s soccer programs. The couple has one son, Lexton.  

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Dana Musinski - Head Coach
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Dana Musinski cheered for four years at Conant High School and for three years at Illinois State University.  Dana was the Junior Varsity Cheerleading Coach for one year and was the Head Varsity Cheerleading Coach for five years at Conant H.S. from   During her coaching tenure at Conant, she helped lead the Cougars to win four MSL Conference Titles, four ISHA Sectional Titles, and finish in the top five of the IHSA State finals all five years that she coached Varsity, including a State Championship ina runner-up finish inand a 3rd place finish in   Dana also coached for one year at Ultimate Athletics where she created their international program.  During her time back pain and sports rehabilitation flint mi at UA, her International Open Coed Level 5 team won several national championships and placed 9th at the USASF Cheerleading World Championship in Orlando, Florida.  Dana is currently in her 2nd year as the Head Cheerleading Coach at Fremd.  Last icca cheerleading 2014, her Varsity team earned 2nd at MSL, 3rd at IHSA Sectionals, and 13th at the IHSA State Championship.  Dana is currently in her 12th year teaching Special Education at Fremd H.S.  She also holds two Master’s Degrees in Reading and School Counseling.  Dana is also a certified competitive cheerleading official for IHSA, IRCA, ICCA, and IESA.

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Ames High is fortunate to have one of the best cheerleading programs in the state of Iowa. Each year both the fall and winter programs have cheerleaders recognized by the ICCA as stand-out athletes, who are then given the opportunity to perform at special events.

Winter cheer icca cheerleading 2014 proud to recognize the following athletes who have been selected for special teams:

Iowa All-State Cheerleaders (from Winter Cheer)




:
Taniah Jones
Katie Joiner & Savannah Farner
Kaylee Hahn
Megan Girard
Andrea Mallarino

Iowa Shrine Bowl Cheerleaders
Julia Marks
Allie Carr, Katarina Kozakova, Julia Marks, Marlys O&#;Neal (Canceled due to COVID)
Sara Thach
Aubrey Branch, Alison McHenry, Sonja Paulson, Lydia Spurgeon
Abbie Berryhill & Serena Paulson
Kinsey Belz & McKenzie Dohrmann
Kinsey Belz
Ronna Belz & Jenny Scoles
Ronna Belz & Jenny Scoles

Shrine Bowl Cheerleaders fundraise for the Shriner’s Children’s Hospitals then perform at the Shrine Bowl football game in July at UNI.

Iowa All Stars Cheerleaders
Allie Carr, Haley Nelsen, Marlys O&#;Neal, Arlyn Wingate
Kaylee Nelson & Addison Saxton
Aubrey Branch, icca cheerleading 2014, Alexandria Coffman, icca cheerleading 2014, Halley Rollins
Aubrey Branch, Rachel Harms, Alison McHenry, Cecilia Monroe, Sonja Paulson, & Lydia Spurgeon
Abbie Berryhill, Tracie-Lynn Lamoreux, Hannah Sumpter
Lindsey Barroso, icca cheerleading 2014, Anna Bourke, Hannah Bloch, Emily Carlson, Jenny Zhou
Bre Sheeley
Marissa Ehlers & Christina Paulson

All Stars cheerleaders perform at the IBCA basketball tournament in Grimes at the end of March.

Academic Honor Squad &#; Scholarship Winners
Julia Marks
Megan Adams

Cheerleaders meeting the GPA requirement are invited to apply for a $ ICCA sponsored scholarship. Only 4 cheerleaders from the entire state are selected as recipients!

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Competition Archives

The ICCA is YOUR direct voice to the IHSA and IESA. As a member, your Region Representatives as well as Board of Directors provide BOTH the IHSA and IESA with concerns and issues that you have within your respective regions and schools. The ICCA is proud to represent our member coaches and schools in regards to various committees at both the IHSA and IESA. Please feel free to contact your Region Representative, Board of Directors members or utilize the CONTACT US form via this website to voice your concerns.

 

ICCA Championship Qualifiers

ICCA Championship Schedule &#; Icca cheerleading 2014 ICCA Championship Schedule &#; Sunday

Championship Schedule of Events

Click here for information on Live Streaming

the 37th Annual ICCA Championships

 

 

 

 

The Illinois Cheerleading Coaches Association is a non-profit organization committed to the continuous development of Illinois&#; cheerleading coaches, and therefore each and every cheerleader.

The mission of the Illinois Cheerleading Coaches Association (ICCA) shall be to serve the needs of Illinois&#; cheerleading coaches and their teams through an emphasis on the highest standards of professionalism, sportsmanship and safety.

We hope to bring out the best in Illinois cheerleading cricket league mississauga helping coaches develop the leadership and knowledge to bring their respective squads a successful season.

The ICCA has established workshops, clinics, rules meetings, coaches education, as well as the ICCA Championship, Scholarship program, Senior Scholar and All-State programs for our members. With your help, we can do much more to create excellence and develop a healthy respect for cheerleading in all sports.

 

 

 

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Congratulations to the coaches and members of our varsity cheerleading squad for tommy bahama golf shoes 7th place in the medium varsity division at the Illinois Cheerleading Coaches Association (ICCA) State Championships January 6, !  Ms. Beth Winkeler, the varsity coach, is assisted by Mrs. Amber Stiebel, Mrs. Kysa Richter, Ms. Lindsey Lappe, and Ms, icca cheerleading 2014. Autumn Miller.

Members of the varsity cheerleading squad, who earned 7th place at the ICCA State Championships January 6, are (front, from left) Savanna Luitjohan, Brianna Timmermann, Rachel Gerdes, Mariah Hemker, Carly Etter, Wren Heiligenstein, Madeleine Schlimme, Alyse Wilken; (back, from left) Bailey Fuhler, Katelynn Daniels, Reagan Abert, Elyse Haake, Alyssa Winkeler, Sophia Mondt, and Kinsey Stockmann. (Caroline Kenow was unavailable for the photo.)

 

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 Today&#;s Top News

State Championships Results

Click here for more information about State Championships.

Starting on June 1, ICCA will re-open stunting to schools across Iowa with the following guidelines. We strongly encourage that your school follow guidelines set by your school and county.

  • Schools that require masks will be able to stunt but may NOT perform:
  • Twisting stunts – Including twist ups, twist downs, and twisting basket tosses. Cradles and straight up baskets that don’t twist are allowed.
  • Inversions – Including single stunts and pyramids that include inversions.
  • Once the mask mandate at your school is lifted, you may resume stunting as normal.
  • ICCA highly recommends that each coach communicate with their athletic director in regards to their school mask mandates.
  • For safety reasons, coaches must follow stunt progressions.

Additional considerations/recommendations from USA Cheer

  • Use proper physical distancing to minimize contact.
  • Limit contact between groups at exits and entrances by icca cheerleading 2014 arrival/departure times between cohort groups (individual stunt groups, teams, icca cheerleading 2014, etc.) and designating separate   entrances and exits when possible.
  • Avoid congregating before, during, and after practice.
  • Contact and physical distancing should follow all local health directives.
  • Stunting should only occur when local directives allow contact in sport.

It is ultimately the decision of northern michigan majors bowling individual school district icca cheerleading 2014 stunting occurs or icca cheerleading 2014. Schools do NOT have to stunt.

Please remember that this is a fluid situation and things can change rapidly.  Everyone needs to be flexible.  Again, communication with your school administration will be crucial regarding when changes can be made.

Membership

Click here to renew or become a member of the ICCA.

Calendar

Our /22 Calendar is now available for download at this link.

Please Review the Spirit Rule Comments Below

When passing props from the top person away from the stunt a base must not hold props that are made of hard material or have sharp corners or edges. A top person may hand signs to a non-stunting person on the ground or to a non-required spotter.

When performing braced flips in a pyramid the top persons hands/arms icca cheerleading 2014 be in continuous contact with a bracer.  In the cases of a single bracer, there must be a hand/arm connection between both hands/arms of the top person and the bracer.

Switch ups are permitted as long as they are caught by the original bases.

Notice

A cheerleader involved in a college cheer program may NOT participate in an ICCA Event. These events include: All-State Tryouts, State Championships, Honor Squad, All-Stars, Special Olympics, Shrine Bowl (juniors only), Academic Scholarship, and Fall Clinics.

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