Sideline Basics 2019
Summer practices begin Tuesday, August 13 and run from 10am – Noon. Please try to get your athlete to summer practice. Cheerleading is a team sport. If your athlete misses practice, it impacts the the team, especially if the team is stunting during that practice.
When school begins, practices will be after school. Husky Pups will practice once a week, Husky Pack and Elite will practice twice a week with an additional tumbling opportunity one night a week. Tumbling is an extra fee with more information to come.
Specific kick off, practice and game locations and times are available in the secure login section once you are a registered participant. Registration is closed for Fall 2019.
Jr. Huskies Cheerleading supports as many athletic events as possible and promotes a positive game-day atmosphere for Forest Hills Youth Football League (FHYFL). Our game schedule is determined by FHYFL and is published the Sunday evening for that week.
Husky Elite have games every Wednesday night when the season starts. Husky Pack and Husky Pups have Saturday games.
Specific Kick off, practice and game locations and times are available in the secure login section once you are a registered
In addition to regular practices, there are events that each group has additional opportunities to participate with an extra fee: tumbling on one week night for Husky Pack and Elite, 6th grade and Husky Elite Stunt Camp, Robinettes Feild Trip, FHN Cheer Clinic, team and individual photos.
Specifics are available in the secure login section once you are a registered participant
Spirit shirt, shell, skirt, jacket, bag, poms and bow are included in fees. All other uniform items (black lollies, black high neck long sleeved body suit, white no show socks, white cheer shoes, black yoga pants) need to be purchased by the first practice. More information on these additional items that need to be purchased will be available on the login section once you are registered.
Sizing: When measuring it’s best to have a friend help since it’s difficult to get accurate measurements by yourself.
It is important to wear lightweight clothing with a standard sports bra as an undergarment when you are getting measured. Bulky clothing, like fleece and denim, can distort the measurements and lead you to the wrong size.
Use a flexible measuring tape when taking body measurements.
- Chest—To measure the chest, slide the tape underneath the arm, and wrap the tape around the body, going over the fullest part of the bust. Pull the tape taut – not tight!
- Waist—To measure the waist, wrap the tape around the waist at the belly button. You should always measure at this point even if the garment is intended to be worn lower on the hips or at the natural waist. All garments are fit with natural waist placement in mind, then adjusted according to desired styling and fit.
- Hip—To measure the hip, it is best if the person turns to the side with feet shoulder width apart so you can be sure you’re measuring around the fullest part of the hip. Once again, you’ll just wrap the tape around the hips, going over the fullest or widest part and pulling the tape taut, not tight.
- Inseam—For an accurate inseam measurement, place the tape on the crotch seam and measure to the hem. The inseam represents the measurement of the actual garment, not the body. Inseam lengths may vary.
Adult Sizing Chart
Youth Sizing Chart