Varsity Sideline Cheer · Bishop Canevin competing in WPIAL Competitive Spirit Championships Saturday at Hempfield


The Bishop Canevin Competitive Spirit Team will be competing in the 2020 WPIAL Competitive Spirit Championships at Hempfield High School on Saturday, January 4.  Tickets can be purchased at the door, they are $10 for adults and $5 for students.  The competition starts at 10 AM.  For those of you who can not attend, the competition will be video streamed by the TribLive High School Sports Network at this address:
 https://tribhssn.triblive.com/broadcast/70893/2020-wpial-competitive-spirit-championships-january-04-2020-video/

The TribLive High School Sports Networks James Dotson, Sean Saputo, Kyle Dawson and Lou Rood have coverage of the 2020 WPIAL Competitive Spirit Championships sponsored by Carlow University from Hempfield High School with routines, interviews and the final results.
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The event is broken into three classes (A-AAA) and each class is broken into the size of the team (small, medium, large).  The Crusaders Competitive Spirit team has 15 members competing, so they will be in the Class A Small Team Division.  The Small Team competition will be the last group to compete after the Large and Medium team competitions.  The Small Team competition is scheduled to begin at 12:30 pm and the Crusaders team is scheduled to perform at 12:48 pm.
The routine is not allowed to be longer than 2 and 1/2 minutes.  It will begin with a cheer routine.  The girls will then transition into a performance that will be judged on stunts, tumbling, and pyramids.  At 2:30 pm, the results will be announced.
The Competitive Spirit team is coached by Bishop Canevin graduate Heather Metro.