The Illinois Cheerleading Coaches Association It is with great sadness that the ICCA is sharing with our membership and cheerleading community, the passing of one of our ICCA Family Members. Liberty “Libby” Moore, 35, of Taylo... Read More
The Illinois Cheerleading Coaches AssociationIt is with great sadness that the ICCA is sharing with our membership and cheerleading community, the passing of one of our ICCA Family Members. Liberty “Libby” Moore, 35, of Taylorville, died at 6:14 a.m., Saturday, July 22, 2017 at Taylorville Memorial Hospital ER. Libby was born December 23, 1981, the daughter of William D. and Betty (Riffey) Moore. She was a member of First Baptist Church in Taylorville. Libby graduated from Taylorville High School in 2000, and went on to earn her Bachelors of Science degree in Nursing from Milikin University. She enjoyed her work as a nurse, and in her spare time she read many books. She was a member of the Taylorville Chapter of the Illinois Federation of Business Women, where she served as Scholarship Chair. Libby was Membership Director for the Illinois Cheerleader Coaches Association, where she was highly involved in coaching cheerleaders and judging cheerleading competitions. She was also an official for the Illinois High School Association. Libby treasured the time she spent with her nieces. She was a wonderful person and her presence will be dearly missed. Libby is survived by her parents, William and Betty Moore of Taylorville; one brother: Justin (Shannon) Moore of St. Louis, Mo; foster sister: Cheri Brown of Gainesville, FL; aunts and uncles: Ron (Bonnie) Riffey, Diane (Mark Napierkowski) Moore; Robert (Diane) Moore; Joan (Dan) Doerfler; many cousins, four very dear nieces and her best friend Truman, her King Charles Cavalier Spaniel. She was preceded in death by her paternal and maternal grandparents. Funeral service will be held at 10:00 a.m. Friday, July 28, 2017 at McClure Funeral Home, with Rev. Steven Robinson officiating. Burial will take place in Virden Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 5 – 7 p.m. Thursday, also in the funeral home. Memorial donations may be made in her memory to the Taylorville Chapter IFBW Scholarship Fund. Memories of Libby, or condolences to the family, may be left online at www.mcclurefuneralhome.com. McClure Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Taylorville is handling arrangements. The ICCA as well as Libby’s family appreciate your thoughts and prayers at this very difficult time.
2017-2018 SENIORS! The ICCA Senior Scholarship application is NOW OPEN for member athletes! Please check out the info below and apply via this link: https://goo.gl/forms/P9KiqVnq3cX1t3TE2 Below is the scoring rubric/assessment for Scholarship applicants. I. Weighting/Value for all Assessed Areas a. Academic Achievement - 40 points i. GPA - Non-weighted only - 35 points 1. multiplier a. Multiply GPA from 4.0 scales by 8.75 b. Multiply GPA from 5.0 scales by 7 2. ACT/SAT - 5 points ACT SAT a. 5 35-36 1530-1600 b. 4.5 33-34 1450-1520 c. 4 31-32 1360-1440 d. 3.5 29-30 1280-1350 e. 3 27-28 1200-1270 f. 2.5 25-26 1130-1190 g. 2 23-24 1050-1120 h. 1.5 21-22 970-1040 i. 1 19-20 890-960 j. .5 under 19 under 890 b. Cheerleading Skill Video - 40 points - Voice (5 points) Articulation/volume/pacing - Motions (5 points) Placement/execution/sharpness - Dance (5 points) Rhythm/timing/execution - Jumps (5 points) Flexibility/execution/form/height/landing - Stunts (5 points) Difficulty/execution/technique/variety - Tumbling (5 points) Difficulty/execution/technique - Creativity/Originality (5 points) How your video stands out from others - Overall Appeal (5 points) Enthusiasm/energy/facials/appropriateness c. Coach's Questionnaire - 20 points
ATTENTION COACHES! Please review the following ICCA changes for the 2017-2018 school year !
The ICCA Region Map has been updated. Please check the county in which your school is located on our new map. Some changes have occurred and your school may not be in the same Region as years previous.ALL HS divisions (except the stunt group divisions) at the ICCA, will be utilizing the IHSA Scoring system including, rubric, descriptors and score sheet. ALL JH Teams will be scored on the IESA Score sheet, rubric and deductions- unmodified. JV Division update- For the JV Division, the following team size number have changed to align with other team divisions: 12 Athletes-Small JV, 16 Athletes- Medium JV, 20 Athletes- Large JV.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2017 CHAMPIONS: Bradley Central Small Jr High, Prairie Medium Jr High, St Michael Large Jr High, Carl Sandburg Freshmen, Triad Small Jr Varsity, Carl Sandburg Medium Jr Varsity, Lockport Large Jr Varsity, Paris Small Varsity, Columbia Medium Varsity, Edwardsville Large Varsity, Bradley Bourbonnais COED, Highland All-Girl Stunt Group, Normal West COED Stunt Group