Maryland Allstar Athletics is Carroll County's premier physical training center specializing in cheerleading and tumbling. Our objective is to provide athletes with the highest level of technical training to improve flexibility, strength, stamina, and balance. The physical development of our athletes is complimented with self-confidence, dedication, team work, and leadership. Our coaching staff attends regular seminars to stay in tune with the trends that elevate sports. At Maryland Allstar Athletics, we emphasize effort and improvement while promoting the concept of "personal best." We offer half year and full year competitive cheer teams, tumbling classes, open gyms, private lessons, special events, and more. We encourage you to visit our facility, meet our staff, and develop a better understanding of all that defines Maryland Allstar Athletics!
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NEW! SUMMER CHEER AND TUMBLING CAMP - July 20-24, 2015. Now Registering. See CAMPS for Full Details
MID-ATLANTIC AND MARYLAND STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Maryland Allstars had eight teams perform at Coastal's Mid-Atlantic/Maryland State Championship in Baltimore, MD on Sunday, January 25. This was the first competition for some of the teams and the second competition for others.
Pup Sharks (Exhibition): This was the first competition for our Pup Sharks and they were definitely loving it! The judges thought the girls did a great job and liked the incorporation of the pyramid groups. We can't wait to see these little ones perform again!! You can do it Pups!!
Tiger Sharks (Mini Level 1): Tiger Sharks had another solid performance. The coaches added a little more difficulty to the pyramid section and the team handled it with ease. They had perfect scores for stunt and pyramid difficulty- 8.5/8.5 for each, as well as stunt and pyramid technique- 1/1 for each. They commented that the team had "great control" in these sections. An area that could use improvement is jump technique so we will work on that. Tigers won second place. Awesome job Tiger Sharks!!
Zebra Sharks (Youth level 1): Once again Zebra Shark's highest score was in tumbling- 9/9! The judges liked the use of tumbling skills. Zebras struggled a bit with timing so that will be drilled at upcoming practices. Zebras got second place at this event. Keep it up Zebra Sharks!!
Blue Sharks (Senior Level 2 Prep): We are so proud of Blue Sharks! The team continues to improvetremendously. Just like last competition the team's highest score was in the dance category although it increased even more since the last competition- 9.5/10!! The judges thought the routine was creative and had good elements. We are excited to keep cleaning up the routine and perform better each time. Blue Sharks won first place and received a Coastal plaque, 2 banners for the gym, and State Champion jackets. Incredible Blue Sharks!!
Leopard Sharks (Junior Level 3): Leopards Sharks had a great performance for a first year level 3 team. The team had the highest scores possible for stunt, pyramid, and basket toss difficulty with a 9/9. The judges loved the opening basket that we threw in last minute! We are going to practice our running tumbling section and get better landings with the tucks. Leopard Sharks came in third place. Fantastic!!
Hammerhead Sharks (Senior 2): Hammerhead Sharks routine is always fun to watch. The team scored high in the dance- 9.1/10. The judges were wowed by the variety of transitions, use of floor, and synchronization. We had a few stunt issues this competition so we plan on making that a priority. Hammerhead Sharks finished in fourth place. Keep working hard Hammerheads!!
Great White Sharks (Senior 4): Great White Sharks had such a solid start. Although there were some issues toward the end of the routine, the team was supportive of each other and is determined to do better next time. The judges agreed that the team did a "nice job with the opening" and loved the kick full basket. The team's high score was in standing tumbling difficulty- 8.7/9. The team came in second place. Go Great Whites!!
Kim Fitzgerald of Long and Foster Real Estate partnered with Anthony Lioi of Farmers Insurance to sponsor mirrors for the gym. The expense is approximately $5k. Her daughter Tori currently cheers on the Angel Sharks team. If you know of any home buyers or sellers, referring them to Kim for home buying/selling and Anthony for insurance would greatly benefit the entire program. Please "like" her page and share the video link promoting this cause.
Kim Fitzgerald- KimFitzgerald@LNF.com
Anthony Lioi- ALioi@FarmersAgent.com
OPEN GYM SCHEDULE
Wednesday 5-6pm (advanced skills only)
Friday 6-7pm (beginner/intermediate skills only)
Saturday 11am-12pm (advanced skills only)
Saturday 12-1pm (beginner/intermediate skills only)
SUPERHERO TRANING CLASS
Check out our new Superhero Training class! Boys ages 3-8 years of age will learn to fly, jump, climb, and tumble in this action-packed class. Only $60 for a 6 week session! For more information, or to register on-line, click on the CLASSES section of our website. The Superhero Training class starts Saturday, October 18.
On-line registration is available in the CLASSES section of the website. Free trial classes are available for new members. Experience what a class at Maryland Allstars can do!
CHEERLEADING FOR ATHLETES WITH DISABILITIES
Maryland Allstars is incorporating a cheerleading team for athletes with disabilities. Please spread the word about this new team! For more information, email Sandy@mdallstars.com or call (410)552-5499.