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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.
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From South Georgia.  Last seen pretending to be judges at Swainsboro High School.  A timing deduction for a middle school squad when they were CALLED TO THE MAT, told they could begin, but their cd wasn't started on time, then two inverted flyer penalties that were bogus.  Even more ridiculous, the squad that won was sloppy as all get out.


Embarrassing. 
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Can't remember others, sorry.


JV and 5A- Carrollton


AA- Bleckley


4A Mary Persons


6A- Creekview
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A Calvary Day (only one)[/size][/color]
[/size]AA 1. Bleckley 2. Bacon (Screven)[/size]
[/size]AAA 1. Pierce County (Long County.)[/size]
[/size]5A Statesboro (only)[/size]
[/size]6A 1. Richmond Hill (Effingham HS.)[/size]
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GHSA Competitive Cheerleading Competitions & Results/Discussions / A great year so far
« Last post by UPro Media on September 25, 2018, 09:03:55 AM »
I have seen some fantastic teams competing this year!!
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1. Bleckley
2. Screven County
3. Dodge County


Also: East Laurens, Toombs County, Jeff Davis, Fitzgerald, Jefferson County, Washington County, Monticello, Metter, Vidalia.
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Glad to see this website/vent back . I think I know which team and opposing teams you are referring to.  Now with that said, I also do not claim to be an expert on cheer competitions, but have been to my share. I will say a clean routine does not always produce a winner. I have been to several comps where a squad nailed what I thought was a perfect routine. Later, another team comes along with, a for a lack of words(harder, more difficult) routine and was pronounced the winner.  This is my opinion, but I think it all depends on the DOD, in every part of the routine. I think teams raise the bar giving themselves a little room for miscues. Not sure about this particular instance but if a team nails a routine and the routine is average , it doesn’t always seem to produce a winner.  I think it’s part of the sport.  Again, my opinion. Not sure politics are involved but the harder/extensive routines normally win out. Not sure if this helped, hurt, was informative or even trash , just an opinion from a cheer fan.
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So...at the competition in Bacon County last weekend (a very well-run comp, by the way), there were some very questionable scores. How can a team drop two stunts and still get full DOD points, and be only 2 points behind another team who dropped NO stunts, had NO bobbles, and had NO missing body positions or stunts pulled?? I can understand being outscored on tumbling if one team has fulls and the whole team (except the two hiding in the back) does standing tucks. And again, getting outscored on dance, just because of subjective judging? Many questions were raised over these scores, not just by the runner-up team, but by just about every other team's coaches as well.  It appears that one particular team is being judged by reputation and name, and by what judges assume they can do, rather than by actual performance.  The rest of us have to fight for every single point.  Politics rule, apparently.
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AA
1. Bleckley
2. Screven


4A
1. Perry


6A
1. Lee County


7A
1. Colquitt County


Houston County competed for scores only.
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2017 State Cheerleadning Championships
Full Results

Friday, 11/10 and Saturday, 11/11
Columbus Civic Center



COED State Finals
1. Milton 105.00
2. Forsyth Central 104.00
3. East Coweta 100.33
4. Woodland-Cartersville 99.00
5. Apalachee
6. Peachtree Ridge
7. Mill Creek
8. Winder-Barrow
9. Jones Co
10. Grayson
11. Mays
12. Sprayberry
13. Rome
14. Chattooga
15. Swainsboro
16. McEachern

7A State Finals
1. South Forsyth 107.67
2. Lambert 105.33
3. West Forsyth 101.50
4. Lassiter 92.67
5. Woodstock
6. North Forsyth
7. North Gwinnett
8. Archer
9. Walton
10. Hillgrove
11. North Paulding
12. Lowndes
13. Tift County
14. Etowah
15. Brookwood
16. Newnan

6A State Finals
1. Northgate 104.83
2. Houston Co 104.33
3. Creekview 103.67
4. Allatoona 102.50
5. Johns Creek
6. Alexander
7. Cambridge
8. Lee Co
9. Dalton
10. Pope
11. Harrison
12. Alpharetta
13. Richmond Hill
14. Lakeside-Evans
15. Lanier
16. M.L. King

5A State Finals
1. Carrollton 106.33 (86)
2. McIntosh 106.33 (85)
3. Starr’s Mill 106.17
4. Whitewater 104.67
5. Ola
6. Harris Co
7. Union Grove
8. Veterans
9. South Effingham
10. Loganville
11. Cass
12. Buford
13. Paulding Co
14. Flowery Branch
15. Kell
16. Lithia Springs

4A State Finals
1. Chapel Hill 98.33
2. Cedartown 94.68
3. Columbus 91.00
4. Troup Co 81.67
5. Mary Persons
6. Central-Carrollton
7. Cartersville
8. Perry
9. Chestatee
10. Heritage-Catoosa
11. St. Pius X
12. West Laurens
13. Eastside
14. Stephens Co
15. Gilmer
16. North Oconee

3A State Finals
1. Pierce Co 99.17
2. Calhoun 93.83
3. Adairsville 87.67
4. Morgan Co 82.67
5. Ringgold
6. Sonoraville
7. Appling Co
8. Murray Co
9. Lakeview-Ft. Oglethorpe
10. East Jackson
11. SE Bulloch
12. North Hall
13. Worth Co
14. Long Co
15. Hart Co
16. Bremen

2A State Finals
1. Armuchee 99.17
2. Screven Co 95.50
3. Coosa 95.17
4. Bacon Co 90.00
5. Pepperell
6. Bleckley Co
7. Dodge Co
8. Fitzgerald
9. Vidalia
10. Washington Co
11. East Laurens
12. Toombs Co
13. Putnam Co
14. Jeff Davis
15. Callaway
16. KIPP Atlanta

A-Public State Finals
1. Gordon Lee 89.17
2. Trion 87.17
3. Commerce 68.00
4. Schley County 65.33
5. Hawkinsville
6. Lincoln County
7. Dooly County
8. Baconton Charter

A-Private State Finals 
1. Mt. Paran Christian School 102.83
2. Brookstone School 84.17
3. Savannah Christian School 67.50
4. Hebron Christian School 65.33
5. North Cobb Christian School

Posted just because I like results in one place. :)
(Obtained from Georgia HS Cheer Twitter page: @GeorgiaHSCheer)
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