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ICYMI: Wellsville Spirit Spectacular hosts 35 teams, over 1000 spectators


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From staff reports

This year we had the 10th annual Wellsville Spirit Spectacular at the High School on January 28th. There were 35 teams in attendance with ages ranging from 4 to 18. Most teams are schools from section five but we also had some schools from Section 6, as well as Recreational Teams from the Sheriff’s Extreme program. We had incredible attendance with over 1000 people coming through the gym. We did a “Jump Off” Competition during both the morning and afternoon sessions. The jump off is a contest to see who has the best cheer jumps. Money raised during the jump off will be donated to the Allegany County Cancer Services. We will be donating $400 on behalf of the competition. Both Wellsville Modified and Varsity teams performed their routines as a showcase. 

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We split the day into two sessions. The morning session consists of recreational teams, modified and JV teams. The Grand Champion of the morning session was Pioneer JV. The afternoon session is all Varsity teams split into 6 divisions based on team size and sectional divisions. There was some fantastic competition and close scores in these divisions. The high score and Varsity grand champ being awarded to Campbell Savona. We also awarded Best Jumps to Haverling, Best Dance to Campbell Savona and Most Spirited to Andover Whitesville. 

This whirlwind day is run by coaches, parents and cheerleaders from the Wellsville Varsity and Modified teams. None of this could happen without the support of our families and friends, our athletic director, our athletic trainer and maintenance crew. It is a huge day with a lot of logistical coordination and preparation. 


Morning Session: Rec Teams, Modified & JV 

  • Tiny Rec Division – 1st place Sheriff’s Extreme
  • Modified Division 1: 1st place Canisteo-Greenwood, 2nd place Arkport-Canaseraga, 3rd place Genesee Valley-Belfast
  • Modified Division 2: 1st place Campbell-Savona, 2nd place Avoca-Prattsburgh
  • Modified Division 3: 1st place Haverling
  • Mini Rec Division: 1st place Sheriff’s Extreme
  • JV Division 1: 1st place Wayland Cohocton, 2nd place Addison
  • Youth Rec Division: 2st place Sheriff’s Extreme
  • JV Division 2: 1st place Pioneer, 2nd place Bloomfield 
  • Senior Rec Division: 1st place Sheriff’s Extreme
  • Grand Champs of the morning session: Pioneer JV

Afternoon Session: Varsity 

  • Varsity Division 1: 1st place Perry, 2nd place Dansville, 3rd place Canisteo-Greenwood
  • Varsity Division 2: 1st place Wayland Cohocton, 2nd place Haverling
  • Varsity Division 3: 1st place Addison, 2nd place Bolivar Richburg, 3rd place Cuba Rushford, 4th place Mount Morris
  • Varsity Division 4: 1st place Friendship Scio, 2nd place Andover Whitesville, 3rd place Franklinville
  • Varsity Division 5: 1st place Campbell Savona, 2nd place Arkport Canaseraga, 3rd place Avoca Prattsburgh, 4th place Genesee Valley Belfast
  • Varsity Division 6: 1st place Fillmore, 2nd place Pioneer
  • Best Jumps: Haverling
  • Best Dance: Campbell Savona
  • Most Spirited: Andover Whitesville
  • GRAND CHAMPS: Cambell Savona Varsity 
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