Max Out Level 2 Standing Tumbling

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I coach a level 2 performance rec team and we are going to our last comp..Spirit North American Tournament in Atlantic City. It's a small team with 8 girls with only 4 having BHS and 3 having both BWO BHS. How do I max out standing tumbling?? Any help would be appreciated.

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I forgot the name of it but its when you do a back walk- over but at the end, you land with 2 feet at the same time. I saw a level 2 team do that with a team of 10 and they had 2 girls do it.
I'm pretty sure its level 2. Someone please correct me if I'm wrong.
 
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With only 50% tumblers, the highest score you can get on the Varsity All Star scoresheet is a 4.0 (low range). In order to do that, you need most of your team - in your case 6/8 passes - to perform at least a standing BHS in your routine. Notice I said passes - the low range doesn't require a synchronized standing tumbling section, so these 6+ passes can be done by the same 4 athletes. However, you can't score out of the low range because you don't have majority - in your case 5 athletes - performing a synchronized level appropriate skill.
 
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