Our goal for the Red Hot All Stars Cheerleading Program is to create
a positive environment for each individual athlete while at the
same time instilling the type of trust and loyalty to each other
that is absolutely essential when working together as a team to
achieve the same goals. Striving not only to increase knowledge
and fine tune the skills of this high energy sport, but to emphasize
the safe and proper execution of the techniques that take cheerleading
to exciting new levels daily.
Demo Team is a new concept to our facility that we are all very
excited about. Providing the opportunity to not only cheer at this
time of the year, but to do so without the pressures or limitations
of competition, gives these athletes the chance to learn, have fun,
make friends and perform for the pure joy of performing.
We are lucky and proud to say that our program represents several
of our surrounding towns along with Windsor. Diversity is a wonderful
educator, and will make for some exciting combinations of learned
skills. We have designed a program that will not only teach our
athletes new techniques, but allow them to exchange knowledge with
each other and give them the opportunity to explore their own creativity
by working together to make their visions become a safe successful
Spring Demo team is the prelude to our competitive cheerleading
program. Transitioning from the Demo team to the competition team
takes hard work and dedication. We believe in all of our athletes
and will work with them to achieve their own personal goals and
to achieve the goals of the team and of the program.
End of the Year Show Performance
Spring Demo team is where it all begins!
- Learning new skills.
- Working focused conditioning routines.
- Specified drills to increase abilities.
- Individual athlete attention to fine tune skills.
- All of this is fun, yes, but also each activity serves
a purpose- to prepare the cheerleaders to transition to the very
highly competitive level of All Star Cheerleading. The more they
learn here, the better athletes they become.
These are the levels that we can offer- try-outs are not for specific
levels. Teams are formed AFTER try-outs based on the skill levels
demonstrated, age requirements of USASF, and skills needed at a
All ages are of May 31st per USASF Guidelines
- Minis- or- Ambers- 8 yrs of age and younger
- Youth- or – Torches- 11 yrs of age and younger
- Junior- or- Blaze- 14 yrs of age and younger
- Senior-or- Inferno- Rules as to Senior Division are being modified
by USASF over the next 2 years- right now they are Senior Open,
18 and under, (0-4 males) / or Senior ages 10-18, (more than 4
males). As of 2008-09 season, Senior- ages 11-18. As of 2009-10
will be ages 12-18.
· If you turn 19 AFTER May 31st- 2009 -you ARE eligible
to compete with the Senior Division.· We will have a Senior
Open Team-where OVER 18 athletes may compete. · WE ARE CO-ED.
Competition season – Try-outs are a date TBA. (Summer) Teams
will be posted within 1 week after try-outs. Private Try-outs can
Practice to begin immediately. Competitions begin in December and
runs through April, possibly early May.
HEAD COACH Jillianne Willett - Jillianne comes
to the program with an extensive backround in cheerleading. Beginning
her experience as a youth cheerleader and cheering though high school,
giving her 12 years of cheering experience. After graduation she
began Asst Coaching at the high school level. She took a short break
from coaching to begin a family, and attend school but stayed actively
involved performing. She Volunteered as a wardrobe manager to a
professional dancer whose team competed and won an International
Jillianne finished school with a nursing degree, where she worked
primarily with Pediatrics. While working as a nurse she became involved
with the Windsor Giants Youth Cheerleading Program. While with The
Giants she proudly held a Head Coach position along with being the
programs representative to the leagues cheerleading board.
In 2006 Jillianne received the honor of being awarded Windsor
Giants Coach of the Year. In 2007 Jillianne worked closely together
with The Giants Cheerleading Director to redesign the cheerleading
program to include training and certifications for all coaches and
many new exciting opportunities for the athletes. She was in charge
of developing a training program and video specifically for youth
cheerleaders. She remains actively involved with The Windsor Giants.
Jillianne emerses herself daily in all that is cheerleading. She
is highly motivated and believes that you can never know too much
about this sport. Constantly learning and training, she is up to
date all the latest techniques and trends. She is USASF certified,
AACCA certified, NCSSE certified and First Aid CPR certified. Along
with attending several cheerleading conferences and countless training
clinics, she also has directed cheerleading coaching training clinics
for local cheer organizations. Jillianne has in total close to 25
years of cheerleading experience