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GHSA GAMEDAY INVITATIONAL 2019
PERFORMANCE Practice
TIME SCHOOL CITY DIVISION Check In
SESSION 1 (1-3A & 4-5A)
8:00 AM Trion High School Trion Fight Song 1-3A 7:41 AM
8:02 AM Mary Persons High School Forsyth Crowd Leading 4-5A 7:41 AM
8:05 AM Whitefield Academy Mableton Fight Song 1-3A 7:46 AM
8:07 AM Denmark High School Alpharetta Crowd Leading 4-5A 7:46 AM
8:10 AM Dade County High School Trenton Fight Song 1-3A 7:51 AM
8:12 AM Hardaway High School Columbus Crowd Leading 4-5A 7:51 AM
8:15 AM Putnam County High School Eatonton Fight Song 1-3A 7:56 AM
8:17 AM Perry High School Perry Crowd Leading 4-5A 7:56 AM
8:20 AM Jeff Davis High School Hazlehurst Fight Song 1-3A 8:01 AM
8:22 AM Eastside High School Covington Crowd Leading 4-5A 8:01 AM
8:25 AM Chattooga High School Summerville Fight Song 1-3A 8:06 AM
8:27 AM South Effingham High School Guyton Crowd Leading 4-5A 8:06 AM
8:30 AM Morgan County High School Madison Fight Song 1-3A 8:11 AM
8:32 AM OPEN 8:11 AM
8:35 AM Jackson County High School Jefferson Fight Song 1-3A 8:16 AM
8:37 AM Walnut Grove High School Loganville Crowd Leading 4-5A 8:16 AM
8:40 AM Haralson County High School Tallapoosa Fight Song 1-3A 8:21 AM
8:42 AM Carrollton High School Carrollton Crowd Leading 4-5A 8:21 AM
8:45 AM North Murray High School Chatsworth Fight Song 1-3A 8:26 AM
8:47 AM Wayne County High School Jesup Crowd Leading 4-5A 8:26 AM
8:50 AM Franklin County High School Carnesville Fight Song 1-3A 8:31 AM
8:52 AM Whitewater High School Whitewater Crowd Leading 4-5A 8:31 AM
8:55 AM Sonoraville High School Calhoun Fight Song 1-3A 8:36 AM
8:57 AM Woodland High School Cartersville Crowd Leading 4-5A 8:36 AM
9:00 AM Worth County High School Sylvester Fight Song 1-3A 8:41 AM
9:02 AM Break 8:41 AM
9:10 AM Trion High School Trion Crowd Leading 1-3A 8:51 AM
9:12 AM Mary Persons High School Forsyth Fight Song 4-5A 8:51 AM
9:15 AM Whitefield Academy Mableton Crowd Leading 1-3A 8:56 AM
9:17 AM Denmark High School Alpharetta Fight Song 4-5A 8:56 AM
9:20 AM Dade County High School Trenton Crowd Leading 1-3A 9:01 AM
9:22 AM Hardaway High School Columbus Fight Song 4-5A 9:01 AM
9:25 AM Putnam County High School Eatonton Crowd Leading 1-3A 9:06 AM
9:27 AM Perry High School Perry Fight Song 4-5A 9:06 AM
9:30 AM Jeff Davis High School Hazlehurst Crowd Leading 1-3A 9:11 AM
9:32 AM Eastside High School Covington Fight Song 4-5A 9:11 AM
9:35 AM Chattooga High School Summerville Crowd Leading 1-3A 9:16 AM
9:37 AM South Effingham High School Guyton Fight Song 4-5A 9:16 AM
9:40 AM Morgan County High School Madison Crowd Leading 1-3A 9:21 AM
9:42 AM OPEN 9:21 AM
9:45 AM Jackson County High School Jefferson Crowd Leading 1-3A 9:26 AM
9:47 AM Walnut Grove High School Loganville Fight Song 4-5A 9:26 AM
9:50 AM Haralson County High School Tallapoosa Crowd Leading 1-3A 9:31 AM
Saturday, February 23, 2019
PERFORMANCE Practice
TIME SCHOOL CITY DIVISION Check In
9:52 AM Carrollton High School Carrollton Fight Song 4-5A 9:31 AM
9:55 AM North Murray High School Chatsworth Crowd Leading 1-3A 9:36 AM
9:57 AM Wayne County High School Jesup Fight Song 4-5A 9:36 AM
10:00 AM Franklin County High School Carnesville Crowd Leading 1-3A 9:41 AM
10:02 AM Whitewater High School Whitewater Fight Song 4-5A 9:41 AM
10:05 AM Sonoraville High School Calhoun Crowd Leading 1-3A 9:46 AM
10:07 AM Woodland High School Cartersville Fight Song 4-5A 9:46 AM
10:10 AM Worth County High School Sylvester Crowd Leading 1-3A 9:51 AM
10:12 AM Break 9:51 AM
10:20 AM Trion High School Trion Band Chant 1-3A 10:01 AM
10:22 AM Mary Persons High School Forsyth Band Chant 4-5A 10:01 AM
10:25 AM Whitefield Academy Mableton Band Chant 1-3A 10:06 AM
10:27 AM Denmark High School Alpharetta Band Chant 4-5A 10:06 AM
10:30 AM Dade County High School Trenton Band Chant 1-3A 10:11 AM
10:32 AM Hardaway High School Columbus Band Chant 4-5A 10:11 AM
10:35 AM Putnam County High School Eatonton Band Chant 1-3A 10:16 AM
10:37 AM Perry High School Perry Band Chant 4-5A 10:16 AM
10:40 AM Jeff Davis High School Hazlehurst Band Chant 1-3A 10:21 AM
10:42 AM Eastside High School Covington Band Chant 4-5A 10:21 AM
10:45 AM Chattooga High School Summerville Band Chant 1-3A 10:26 AM
10:47 AM South Effingham High School Guyton Band Chant 4-5A 10:26 AM
10:50 AM Morgan County High School Madison Band Chant 1-3A 10:31 AM
10:52 AM OPEN 10:31 AM
10:55 AM Jackson County High School Jefferson Band Chant 1-3A 10:36 AM
10:57 AM Walnut Grove High School Loganville Band Chant 4-5A 10:36 AM
11:00 AM Haralson County High School Tallapoosa Band Chant 1-3A 10:41 AM
11:02 AM Carrollton High School Carrollton Band Chant 4-5A 10:41 AM
11:05 AM North Murray High School Chatsworth Band Chant 1-3A 10:46 AM
11:07 AM Wayne County High School Jesup Band Chant 4-5A 10:46 AM
11:10 AM Franklin County High School Carnesville Band Chant 1-3A 10:51 AM
11:12 AM Whitewater High School Whitewater Band Chant 4-5A 10:51 AM
11:15 AM Sonoraville High School Calhoun Band Chant 1-3A 10:56 AM
11:17 AM Woodland High School Cartersville Band Chant 4-5A 10:56 AM
11:20 AM Worth County High School Sylvester Band Chant 1-3A 11:01 AM
11:35 AM FINALIST ANNOUNCED
FINALS
12:15 PM Finals 1-3A 11:50 AM
12:19 PM Finals 4-5A 11:50 AM
12:22 PM Finals 1-3A 11:57 AM
12:26 PM Finals 4-5A 11:57 AM
12:29 PM Finals 1-3A 12:04 PM
12:33 PM Finals 4-5A 12:04 PM
12:36 PM Finals 1-3A 12:11 PM
12:40 PM Finals 4-5A 12:11 PM
12:43 PM Finals 1-3A 12:18 PM
12:47 PM Finals 4-5A 12:18 PM
12:50 PM AWARDS 12:23 PM
END OF SESSION 1
PERFORMANCE Practice
TIME SCHOOL CITY DIVISION Check In
SESSION 2 (6A-7A)
2:30 PM West Forsyth High School Cumming Fight Song 6-7A 2:11 PM
2:32 PM Harrison High School Kennesaw Crowd Leading 6-7A 2:11 PM
2:35 PM North Gwinnett High School Suwanee Fight Song 6-7A 2:16 PM
2:37 PM Pebblebrook High School Mableton Crowd Leading 6-7A 2:16 PM
2:40 PM Dacula High School Dacula Fight Song 6-7A 2:21 PM
2:42 PM Central Gwinnett High School Lawrenceville Crowd Leading 6-7A 2:21 PM
2:45 PM Mill Creek High School Hoschton Fight Song 6-7A 2:26 PM
2:47 PM Meadowcreek High School Norcross Crowd Leading 6-7A 2:26 PM
2:50 PM Camden County High School Kingsland Fight Song 6-7A 2:31 PM
2:52 PM Hillgrove High School Powder Springs Crowd Leading 6-7A 2:31 PM
2:55 PM Break 2:36 PM
3:10 PM West Forsyth High School Cumming Crowd Leading 6-7A 2:51 PM
3:12 PM Harrison High School Kennesaw Fight Song 6-7A 2:51 PM
3:15 PM North Gwinnett High School Suwanee Crowd Leading 6-7A 2:56 PM
3:17 PM Pebblebrook High School Mableton Fight Song 6-7A 2:56 PM
3:20 PM Dacula High School Dacula Crowd Leading 6-7A 3:01 PM
3:22 PM Central Gwinnett High School Lawrenceville Fight Song 6-7A 3:01 PM
3:25 PM Mill Creek High School Hoschton Crowd Leading 6-7A 3:06 PM
3:27 PM Meadowcreek High School Norcross Fight Song 6-7A 3:06 PM
3:30 PM Camden County High School Kingsland Crowd Leading 6-7A 3:11 PM
3:32 PM Hillgrove High School Powder Springs Fight Song 6-7A 3:11 PM
3:35 PM Break 3:16 PM
3:47 PM West Forsyth High School Cumming Band Chant 6-7A 3:26 PM
3:50 PM Harrison High School Kennesaw Band Chant 6-7A 3:31 PM
3:52 PM OPEN 3:31 PM
3:55 PM North Gwinnett High School Suwanee Band Chant 6-7A 3:36 PM
3:57 PM Pebblebrook High School Mableton Band Chant 6-7A 3:36 PM
4:00 PM OPEN 3:41 PM
4:02 PM Dacula High School Dacula Band Chant 6-7A 3:41 PM
4:05 PM Central Gwinnett High School Lawrenceville Band Chant 6-7A 3:46 PM
4:07 PM OPEN 3:46 PM
4:10 PM Mill Creek High School Hoschton Band Chant 6-7A 3:51 PM
4:12 PM Meadowcreek High School Norcross Band Chant 6-7A 3:51 PM
4:15 PM OPEN 3:56 PM
4:17 PM Camden County High School Kingsland Band Chant 6-7A 3:56 PM
4:20 PM Hillgrove High School Powder Springs Band Chant 6-7A 4:01 PM
4:35 PM FINALIST ANNOUNCED 4:16 PM
FINALS
5:15 PM Finals 6-7A 4:45 PM
5:20 PM Finals 6-7A 4:45 PM
5:25 PM Finals 6-7A 4:55 PM
5:30 PM Finals 6-7A 4:55 PM
5:35 PM Finals 6-7A 5:05 PM
5:40 PM AWARDS
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Team Scores
 A-3A

 1. Morgan Co. 80.0
 2. Haralson Co. 77.2
 3. Jeff Davis 75.75
 4. Sonoraville 75.25
4A-5A
 1. Denmark 87.75
 2. Wayne Co. 87.0
 3. Mary Persons 85.0
 4. Woodland, Cartersville 76.5
6A-7A
 1. North Gwinnett 87.75
 2. Mill Creek 85.25
 3. West Forsyth 79.25
 4. Hillgrove 77.75
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Any thoughts on the new gameday comepetition held yesterday?
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Without dating myself, let's just say I've been going to Columbus for a long time.  And you're 100 percent correct that there's often a discrepancy between sectionals and finals scoring.  I cannot say this for certain, but I think that there are different judges each day.


One thing to note, members of the South Georgia Clown Show were some of the judges at state, so that could have something to do with questionable scoring. 


As to the fair, I'm sure whomever keeps putting it on then is trying to attract people there for state.  But they don't understand that given how hard it is to get in and out of that place, how most squads aren't staying anywhere close to there since it's in such a bad neighborhood, not to mention the cost of going to state and the civic center alone, that people there for cheerleading couldn't care less about the fair.


All they're doing is making a bad traffic situation even worse.
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I agree that it was not the smartest thing, having the fair in the parking lot AGAIN.

I watched many teams, both Friday and Saturday. One of the things I discovered was that apparently the scoring was not consistent between the two days. During sectionals, hands down did not count as a deduction, but took off execution points.  For finals, either the judges were completely blind, and claimed there were knees down when there weren't, or they actually deducted for hands down. Either way, the scoring on Saturday was ridiculously subjective and in some areas, flat out wrong. How can teams drop 10 or 15 points in the time span of one day, when their overall routine was pretty much executed the same way? Was it a totally different set of judges? Did they use the same rubric? Did they even use the rubric at all?? Or did they, once again, choose the same teams they always like and disregard the ones they never seem to care anything about? I realize that some teams were absolutely clear winners, but some of the placement was very questionable. No surprise there, as it's happened all season.
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Why, again, did the city of Columbus decide to have the fair the same weekend as state?  1.  Most squads don't care about going, or don't have time.  2.  Fans can't afford it either, by the time they pay for parking, buy tickets, and those overpriced concessions, they're tapped out.  3.  The Peachtree Mall is indoors, plenty to do, and better-priced food.


I didn't get to watch as much this year.  Not a prude in any way, know cheer competitions are loud.  Had a speaker system in my first car. But the music both days, especially Saturday, was obnoxiously loud.  There was no need for it.


Other thoughts.  LOVED the music in Troup County's routine.  Unique.  One squad (Model?) had a really unique pyramid, locking hands and rotating in a circle.  Bleckley County really stepped it up again.  Loved their energy.  Armuchee had super tumbling, but Coosa was cleaner, Armuchee's pyramid did not go well at all. 
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Something HAS to be done about this “unsafe performing surface” rule. First of all, you cannot control if a bow or other hair “device” falls out of your hair! A team at this middle school “state” had the highest subtotal of the competition (and also the ONLY team to max out in DOD for both tumbling and stunts) but was given SIXTEEN points in deductions for leaving their pom poms on the floor. They weren’t just spread all around, they were placed neatly in a row on the side of the mat and no one even came close to stepping on them. This team has performed this way ALL season! And not one word was said! The safety judge was laughing at the girls while they were setting up the poms before the routine even started which is so unprofessional. The rules say poms are allowed and there is nothing that says you can’t leave them on the floor. The rule only pertains to hair pieces or other pieces of a uniform. To make matters worse, it is up to the head judge’s discretion on how much of a penalty a team should receive. So a grown adult gave  MIDDLE SCHOOLERS sixteen points in deductions, you should be ashamed of yourself. These are children! But of course you weren’t there to see how upset they were when their dreams were crushed.

Also gave them two five point deductions for two trick flyers not being braced in a pyramid but they maintain contact the entire time. The only legit deduction was 2 points for a stunt fall and honestly it wasn’t even the right one because the flyer went inverted and should have been more, so I guess thank you for being so gracious there.

The team definitely didn’t have their best performance and they know that, however no one else was perfect either and this was by far the most talented team. It’s hard to be a gracious loser when you went from 1st to 7th because of something like this.
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3-AA
Dodge
East Laurens


2-AA
Bacon
Vidalia


4-AA
Screven
Jefferson County



Bacon looked amazing.  Screven has improved during the year.  Not sure what the heck happened to Bleckley.  Had been doing well all year but was off today.
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Totally agree on the bad judging. When your team has consistently gotten good DOD scores, but suddenly scores super low DOD on the very same stunts that STUCK (which should be an execution score, btw), you've gotta wonder if these people even have a clue. The most inconsistent scoring I've ever seen. And we can't get away from it! It's everywhere here in south Georgia!
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South GA has the WORST and LEAST qualified “judges” in the entire state. There is not a single color where they do not make some sort of horrible call or do something completely erroneous. GHSA has got to do something about these folks! Some of them could be on a panel at state, and we don’t need them ruining one more team’s results.

That's scary.  Those clowns, with their biases, sitting at the big table in Columbus.  People need to let Pam Carter know that they're incompetent. 
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