The California All Stars kickstarted their 2019-2020 season last weekend in Long Beach and let us be the first to say they are READY. These Bullets are heading into their 19th season with six locations (San Marcos, Camarillo, Las Vegas, Mesa, Ontario, and Livermore) and more than 60 teams.
One thing you can count on from The California All Stars is an epic showing of clean, thoughtful routines. Whether it’s level one or seven, CALI is known for putting on a SHOW.
California All Stars will enter five new Cheerleading Worlds divisions this season including TNT in Non-Tumbling Coed 6, Sparkle in Non-Tumbling 6, Blue Crew in Extra Small Coed 6, Cali Coed in Senior Open Large Coed 6, and Cover6irls in Senior Open 6.
California All Stars has 13 teams in a Cheerleading Worlds division this season:
- Cover6irls – Senior Open 6
- Blue Crew – Extra Small Coed 6
- Vixens – Extra Small Senior 6
- Sparkle – International Open Non-Tumbling 6
- Lady Bullets – Small Senior 6
- Reckless – International Open Small Coed 7
- Aces – Senior Open Small Coed 6
- TNT – International Open Coed Non-Tumbling 6
- Cali Coed – Senior Open Large Coed 6
- Black Ops – Medium Coed 6
- Rangers – International Open Large Coed 7
- SMOED – Small Coed 6
- Ghost Recon – International Large Coed 6
Of the routines I saw on Sunday, I think BlackJacks, Black Ops, and Reckless had the most impressive performances. Clean, entertaining, and full of potential. We caught most of their Worlds teams’ performances and you can see them below.