Congratulations to the Mililani High School Cheerleaders, coach Renesha Kierstedt her staff and parents!
Mililani won their first state title in front of a crowd of 2500 at the University of Hawaii's Stan Sheriff Center.
Mililani won the large school division with Kamehameha close behind in second place. Mililani finished with 332.5 points followed by Kamehameha with 327 and Kealakehe with 285 points. Kamehameha had won state titles in the past 5 years and was the favorite to repeat this year.
It was reported in the newspaper that Mililani changed their routine just two days before the meet so they could get more points. It obviously was a great decision.
The Rules of the Event: Squads perform 2 1/2 minutes, and can't exceed 1 1/2 minutes of music. They must also perform a minimum of 35 seconds of cheering/chanting. Cheerleaders are judged from beginning to elite within the following categories: motions, jumps, stunts, pyramids, standing tumbling, running tumbling, baskets, and dance. Routine choreography, routine execution, and overall performance are also key factors of a squad's score.
The Championship Mililani Team: Chelsie Abear, Marcy Chun, Annalise Ferreria, Taylor Kam, Mishon Kawaguchi, Allysen Kikumoto, Brandee Koyanagi, Tracy Martinez, Divine McMahon, Jaime Tenorio, Desiree Toribio, Chelsea Villamor
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