This may very well meet the criteria for OCD.
It is important to first see why she is doing these things, even at the expense of missing practice.
If it’s because she is afraid that she will be punished for not completing her chores before she leaves the home, then this is not OCD.
If she is doing this as a way to avoid cheerleading and to get kicked off of the team, this also is not OCD. Both of these scenarios may be possible, so it is important to truly look at all possibilities before diagnosing someone with OCD.
However, if she is doing this because she fears that she will not be able to concentrate and will only be able to think of her clothes being out of order, which will mess up her cheers, she may be spending the extra time to put her clothes away to try to help her cheerleading, even at the expense of not being able to get to practice with the team.
She may see it as better to be late and do well than to be on time and distracted, which is a fairly sure sign of OCD.