• Welcome to the official Section V Cheerleading website!
  • Please make sure you check out the "Dates to Remember"
  • 2017 Winter Sectionals will be held February 25 @RIT
  • 2016 Fall Sectionals will be held October 29 @RIT



The "Section V Judges Request for Competition" form

can be found in the menu under "Forms"



ADs and Coaches


Section V has approved to allow 10% of each Cheerleading Division to move on to the State Championships after Sectional Finals.  This is determined by having the Sectional Winner in each Division move on to the State Competition.  If there are more than 10 in a Division then it will be the Sectional winner plus the school or schools with the next highest scores.  Ex:  If there are 11 schools, we will send 2 schools to States, 21 schools will mean 3 and so on.  If a Division is divided multiple times (Division 2 Small) we will divide according to BEDS numbers in to equal numbers, send the winner and the rest will be determined by the next highest scores within that whole division. Since we have over 60 teams traditionally in Division 2 Small, we use the same set of judges for Sectionals to assure consistency. 




Congratulations to Section V Cheerleaders that participated in the State Championships.
Section V took 1st place in all 5 Divisions
Division 1 Small - Greece Athena
Division 1 Large - Fairport
Division 2 Small - Avon
Division 2 Large - Wayne
Co-Ed - Eastridge
Congratulations also to the other Section V teams that placed: Rush Henrietta, Gananda, & LeRoy

  2017 Winter Sectionals Results

Here is the direct web link for pictures:  02-25-2015 Winter Section V Cheerleading Sectionals

Division 1 Small

1st - Greece Athena
2nd - Rush Henrietta
3rd - Webster Thomas

Coach of the Year:  Rachel Telisky from Rush Henrietta
Nancy Saxton Leadership Award:  Monefay Hosang from Greece Athena

Division 1 Large

1st - Fairport
2nd - Victor
3rd - Greece Arcadia

Coach of the Year:  Elaine McGurk from Fairport
Nancy Saxton Leadership Award:  Makenzi Santini from Fairport


Division 2 Small A

1st - Leroy
2nd - Aquinas
3rd - Williamson

Coach of the Year:  Julie Oas from Wayland Cohocton
Nancy Saxton Leadership Award:  Natalie Mistersaro from Leroy


Division 2 Small B

1st - Avon
2nd - Lyons
3rd - Gananda

Coach of the Year:  Shaun Loomis from Avon
Nancy Saxton Leadership Award:  Izzy Kimber from Avon


Division 2 Small C

1st - Keshequa
2nd - Fillmore
3rd - Campbell Savona

Coach of the Year:  Sarah Clinton from Keshequa
Nancy Saxton Leadership Award:  Ariel Duryea from Keshequa


Division 2 Small D

1st - Canaseraga
2nd - Arkport
3rd - Genesee Valley

Coach of the Year:  Jill Egmond from Canaseraga
Nancy Saxton Leadership Award:  Morgan Coombs from Canaseraga


Division 2 Large

1st - Wayne
2nd - Palmyra Macedon
3rd - Greece Olympia/Odyssey

Coach of the Year:  Stephanie Lee Carqfos from Wayne
Nancy Saxton Leadership Award:  Samantha Hall from Wayne


Division Co - Ed

1st - Eastridge
2nd - Webster Schroeder
3rd - Honeoye Falls Lima

Coach of the Year:  Annette Fess from Eastridge
Nancy Saxton Leadership Award:  Marcus Hickman from Eastridge




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Updated (8/25/16) with clarifications made after last Sunday's NYSCJA training.  
Also please note: 
NFHS Spirit rules book corrections can be found on the NYSCJA Safety Webpage: http://www.leaguelineup.com/newsitem.asp?url=nyscja&itemid=1584982



2016 Fall Sectional Results 

Here is the direct web link for pictures:  10-29-2016 Section V Fall Cheerleading Championships



In order to qualify to compete in Sectionals Teams MUST compete in at least 2 sanctioned competitions prior to sectionals.  Alternates MUST be at competitions in uniform in order to count as 2 competitions, if they are needed in Sectionals. Competitions are listed on our website.


Music for sectionals MUST be on MP3 Player, IPODs, etc for clarity, NOT CDs
We will be using 9 mats for Sectionals.

All Classifications will be judged the same with level of difficulty.



On April 29, 2014 the New York State Board of Regents declared competitive cheerleading a sport.