The Southern Columbia Competitive Cheerleading Team won the District IV Championship held at Shamokin Area High School on Saturday, placing first in the Small Varsity class with a score of 214, the highest overall score of the ten teams competing. Squads had 2 1/2 minutes to perform a cheer and a music routine. Three judges calculated a final score based on difficultly and execution. As a District champion, the team will now compete in the PIAA State Championships at the Giant Center in Hershey Arena on Janurary 20-21. Congratulations to Coach Kenda Roth and her talented squad and good luck at Hershey!
 
The District IV Competitive Cheer Team Champions include (kneeling, left to right) Haley Knoebel, Phoebe Bridy, Casey Donahoe, Sarah Lupatsky, Deryn Seltzer, Alexa Mowery, (standing) Haleigh Carter, Kaitlyn Karlovich, Cally Seidel, Brianna Kopp, Madison Colella, Alyssa Barnes,Victoria Brown, Maura Blusius, and Allyson Kranzel.

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