The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA

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November 10, 2013

UPJ Cheer and Dance Classic winners listed

JOHNSTOWN — The 19th annual Pitt-Johnstown Cheer and Dance Classic, sponsored by the UPJ cheerleaders, was held Sunday at the university’s Sports Center and featured cheerleaders competing in peewee, elementary, junior high, small varsity, medium varsity, all-star and dance divisions.

Winners included:

Peewee: Richland, first; Johnstown, second.

Elementary: Richland, first; Bishop McCort, second; Saltsburg, third; Windber, fourth; Johnstown, fifth.

Junior high: Bishop McCort, first; Richland, second; Johnstown, third; United, fourth; Forst Hills, fifth.

Junior high stunt group: Penns Manor, first.

Small varsity: Portage, first; Johnstown, second; Ligonier Valley, third; Penns Manor, fourth; Bishop Carroll, fifth.

Medium varsity: Bishop McCort, first; Bishop Guilfoyle, second; Saltsburg, third; Richland, fourth; United, fifth; Somerset, sixth.

Small tiny: Cheer Trixx, first.

Large tiny: Turner’s, first.

Mini one: Turner’s, first; Sheriff’s, second.

Youth one: Cheer Trixx, first.

Youth three: Turner’s, first.

Small youth two: Wolf’s, first.

Large youth two: Turner’s, first.

Junior two: Sheriff’s, first; USA Elite, second.

Junior three: Turner’s, first.

Senior two: Sheriff’s, first; Turner’s, second; Wolf’s, third.

Senior three: Sheriff’s, first.

Senior 4.2: Cheer Trixx, first.

Senior five: Turner’s, first.

Youth hip hop dance: Turner’s, first; Wolf’s, second.

Junior hip hop dance solo: Kacy McKeel, first.

Senior hip hop dance: Wolf’s, first.

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