Congratulations to the Southern Columbia's Competitive Spirit Team on capturing the District 4 Small Varsity Championship held January 5th at Shamokin Area High School. The District gold medal finish was the Lady Tigers third consecutive and fourth overall since 2015. Southern's Competitive Spirit Team will now move on to the Seventh Annual PIAA Competitive Spirit Championships to be held at the Giant Center in Hershey. The squad will first compete in Preliminary Round action on Friday, January 11th against 22 other Small Varsity Teams (15 members or fewer) with the top eight teams earning a berth in Saturday's Final Round. Click here for the Preliminary Round schedule.
 
 
Members of the SCA Competitive Spirit Team pose with the 2018-2019 District 4 Championship Trophy. The talented squad finished with the highest point total of all teams competing in the District Championships. Congratulations on your success and good luck in the PIAA Competitive Spirit Championships!

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