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MCCA Coaches Conference

Registration Now OPEN!

Social Friday April 20th

Conference Saturday April 21st

Location Mystic Lake Casino

Stunt 1 & 2 Offered!



The Divisions for State 2019 will be as follows for school teams:

Varsity:  Will continue to be split by Class A and AA and we will offer the following divisions.

  • Tumbling 1 (16 or less team members)
  • Tumbling 2 (17-30 team members )
  • Non-Tumbling 1 (12 or less team members)
  • Non - Tumbling 2 (13-30 team members.

Co-Ed Tumbling teams will compete in either Tumbling 1 or 2.  Co-Ed Non-Tumbling teams can have no more than 2 males.

To be on a Varsity Team students will need to be in Grades 7-12. This is different than UCA's guidelines so when holding tryouts if you are planning on attending any UCA events, please consult their division guidelines.

Junior Varsity: We will continue to offer Junior Varsity and Junior Varsity Non-Tumbling. To be on a JV team students will need to be in Grades 7-12.  All Co-ed JV teams will compete in the regular division.  This is different than UCA's new guidelines so when holding tryouts if you are planning on attending any UCA events, please consult their division guidelines.

Middle School: This will be for students in grades 5-9.

Elementary: This will be for students in grades K-6.

Game Day:  NEW  We will be offering two divisions, Tumbling and Non-Tumbling.  These divisions will not be broken down by school size or team size. 

The format and structure of the State Competition will remain the same as 2018.

Session 1:  Elementary Teams, Game Day, All Star Teams, and Stunt Groups

Session 2:  Varsity Prelims

Session 3:  Middle School and JV Teams

Session 4:  Varsity Finals

Music Reminders

The USA Music Copyright Policy is applicable to all MCCA Events. Teams competing in the Minnesota Cheerleading Coaches Association's State Competition and Mascot Challenge are required to follow the national copyright laws. To participate in a MCCA competition, the coach is obliged to fill out the prescribed form guaranteeing that their music mix meets all criterion set forth by USA Music.

NOTE:  MCCA will be securing the music for All State Tryouts and performances to fulfill these same requirements.

Please go to to be sure your music is compliant.  For more information you can also visit 

Early Registration Opens May 23rd & Payment is DUE within 2 weeks of registration.


MCCA is an organization created for the purpose of assisting and encouraging the growth and improvement of cheerleading throughout the state of Minnesota. It is the only governing body for cheerleading in the state that is recognized by the Minnesota State High School League.

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