I hate the cheat sheet. Looks terrible. Does anyone have a way to work around it? I've come up with a plan for this year that has the girls call cheers from memory, but it's complicated. 1. Strip down all our cheers to "general" ones (no offense/defense). 2. Have all the seniors (we have eight who are positioned in the center of the line) memorize three different cheers each (for a total of 24 cheers). 3. Let each senior call her three cheers when appropriate and then go down the line until everyone's done. If we finish before the quarter/half is over, we just start over again with the first girl. 4. Have every third cheer incorporate stunts (so each girl's "last" cheer would include stunting). I'm thinking of explaining it to them as such: Ashton: cheer #1 (Let's Go); cheer #2 (Do it Again); cheer #3 (Fire It Up w/ tosses) Tiana: cheer #1 (Come On Come On); cheer #2 (Put Up a Fight); cheer #3 (SCORE w/ extensions) Etc. Or does anyone have a slightly simpler way to avoid the cheat sheet?