2021 The Cheerleading Worlds

Who Will Be The 2021 World Champions In The Senior Small Divisions?

Who Will Be The 2021 World Champions In The Senior Small Divisions?

In just a few short days, teams will travel to Orlando Florida for the most exciting event of the season.

Apr 30, 2021 by Varsity TV
Who Will Be The 2021 World Champions In The Senior Small Divisions?

In just a few short days, teams will travel to Orlando, Florida for the most exciting event of the season. With The Cheerleading Worlds being cancelled last year, athletes and fans have been excitedly waiting to see who the new world champions will be. 

Senior Small Coed Level 6


Division History 

The Senior Small Coed Level 6 division is one of the largest, most anticipated divisions in all-star cheerleading. With 26 teams in the division so far this year, it’s a toss up for who will take those top 3 spots at The Cheerleading Worlds 2021

Though the 2020 Cheerleading Worlds was cancelled, the event added up points from the top competitions to rank the top teams in each division for that season. Ranking third in the points race was Cheer Extreme Coed Elite, second was Maryland Twisters Reign, and the team ranking first in the Small Coed Level 6 division was Brandon All-Stars Senior Black. 

The Cheerleading Worlds 2019 Results

GOLD: Prodigy All Stars Midnight

As a first year team in the Small Coed Level 5 division, Prodigy All-Stars Midnight took the globe with a jaw-dropping routine that incorporated difficulty, creativity, and effortless technique. Be sure not to blink, as you’ll want to make sure you don’t miss a second of this exciting routine. Check out the winning routine below. 

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SILVER: Brandon All Stars Senior Black

Brandon All-Stars Senior Black took home the silver with a tied overall score to Prodigy All-Stars Midnight. Senior Black performed exciting visual elements throughout their elite stunt sequence while executing their difficult transitions effortlessly. Take a look at their 2019 performance! 

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BRONZE: Central Jersey All-Stars Team Gunz

Central Jersey All-Stars Team Gunz won their second bronze medal at the 2019 World Championships. Opening up their elite sequence with back hand spring ups, this Small Coed team rightfully earned their spot in the top 3. This year, you'll see Team Gunz take on the L6 Senior XSmall division. Check out their routine from 2019!

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Season Recap

Looking back at the winners in the Level 6 Senior Small Coed division from a few of this season's major events, we are getting a glimpse of who the front runners are in this division. Will these teams stay on top in this division and medal at The Cheerleading Worlds 2021? The time to get to watch these incredible teams take the Worlds mat for the first time since 2019 is almost here!

CHEERSPORT Nationals 2021

Brandon All-Stars Senior Black

Winning the division with a 99.03, Brandon All-Stars Senior Black performed two solid performances at the CHEERSPORT Nationals scoring a 99.5 on day 1 of the event and receiving their Full Paid Bid to the Cheerleading Worlds. Top Gun All-Stars Guardians took 2nd while Cheer Extreme Coed Elite trailed closely behind in 3rd

NCA All-Star Nationals 2021

Brandon All-Stars Senior Black

Brandon All-Stars Senior Black claimed the top stop once again at the 2021 Virtual NCA All-Star Nationals with a 98.4, while Prodigy All-Stars Midnight placed 2nd with a 97.9, earning their full paid bid to The Cheerleading Worlds. Trailing closely behind in 3rd was Cheer Extreme Coed Elite with a 97.3. 

With Brandon Senior Black winning the division at these two major events, there’s no doubt they’ll be a contender for one of the spots on the podium at The 2021 Cheerleading Worlds. Watch and see if they are able to hold the top spot as history has taught us, there’s no guarantee what’s going to happen come worlds weekend.  

Senior Small Level 6


Division History

Dating back to 2019 when the last Cheerleading World’s took place, Cheer Extreme SSX went back-to-back, winning their 3rd world championship. However, the team was unable to get a chance at a three-peat when the event was cancelled for the 2020 season.

Taking a look at last years Worlds Division points race, Stingray All-Stars Apple and Rain Athletics Aqua tied for 3rd place. Placing 2nd in the division was Cheer Extreme SSX and ranking first in the 2020 points race was ICE All-Stars Lady Lightning. 

The Cheerleading Worlds 2019 Results

GOLD: Cheer Extreme SSX

Cheer Extreme SSX took home their 3rd world championship at the 2019 Cheerleading Worlds being the only team to hit zero out of the top 3 teams. The team performed their hearts out scoring a 9.5 in performance, which was the highest score in the division. 

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SILVER: Woodlands Elite Generals

Wowing the crowd with their powerful and beautifully executed tumbling, the Woodlands Elite Generals rightfully earned their silver medal. This routine is one you’ll want to look at again!

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BRONZE: The California All-Stars Lady Bullets

Taking home the bronze medal in the Small Senior Division was The California All-Stars Lady Bullets. Starting their building sequence with a visually executed pyramid and finishing their routine with a paper doll structure, Lady Bullets scored highest in the division in pyramid difficulty.

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Season Recap


CHEERSPORT Nationals 2021

Winning the division after hitting two zero deduction routines, Cheer Extreme SSX scored a 98.1 day 2 of the 2021 CHEERSPORT Nationals. Fusion All-Stars Inferno placed 2nd and Ace Cheer Company Chiefs placed 3rd

NCA All-Star Nationals 2021

Cheer Extreme SSX again took the top spot at the 2021 NCA All-Star Nationals scoring a 98.4 after teams submitted their videos to be judged virtually for the first time in cheerleading history. ICE Lady Lightning placed 2nd with a 97.7 and Rain Athletics Aqua scored a 97.3, placing 3rd out of 8 teams who competed at the event. 

Although Cheer Extreme SSX has been holding onto the top spot throughout the season, we know anything can happen come Worlds! 

This season, being so different than the rest, we can’t wait to see which teams claim those top 3 spots. Be sure to watch these teams take the floor LIVE May 8th - 10th!


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