GRB hosts second annual Love to Cheer Invitational

G. Ray Bodley High School in Fulton hosted the second annual Love to Cheer Invitational last Saturday. Pictured are the junior varsity and varsity cheerleaders from Fulton. In front are JV coach Rebecca Crucitti and varsity coach Nicole Greenier. In second row are Carrieann Thomas, Paige Lockwood, Jessica Vaccaro, Mattie Burdick, Rebecca Stanski, Shelby Fravor, Alissa Robinson,  Jessica Bonning, Courtney Nelson, and Caitlyn Chrisman. In back are Kristen Budd,  Anesia Kauffman, Rachael Evans, Bree Hartle, Candice Wells,  Zoe Perez,  Jenna Ravas, Genesis Loetterle, Paige Scoville, Julia Warner, Alaina Schopp, Terra Root, Madison Cook, Rebecca Humphrey, Katie Medico, and Teri Baker.

G. Ray Bodley High School in Fulton hosted the second annual Love to Cheer Invitational last Saturday. Pictured are the junior varsity and varsity cheerleaders from Fulton. In front are JV coach Rebecca Crucitti and varsity coach Nicole Greenier. In second row are Carrieann Thomas, Paige Lockwood, Jessica Vaccaro, Mattie Burdick, Rebecca Stanski, Shelby Fravor, Alissa Robinson, Jessica Bonning, Courtney Nelson, and Caitlyn Chrisman. In back are Kristen Budd, Anesia Kauffman, Rachael Evans, Bree Hartle, Candice Wells, Zoe Perez, Jenna Ravas, Genesis Loetterle, Paige Scoville, Julia Warner, Alaina Schopp, Terra Root, Madison Cook, Rebecca Humphrey, Katie Medico, and Teri Baker.

by Rob Tetro

G. Ray Bodley High School in Fulton hosted the second annual Love to Cheer Invitational last Saturday.

The Love To Cheer Invitational is the only Section 3 cheerleading competition held in Oswego County.

Boosters for Fulton’s Cheerleading Program sponsored the event, which featured more than 300 cheerleaders from over 15 High Schools. Fulton’s varsity and junior varsity cheerleaders were one of five Oswego County from Oswego County to take part in the competition.

Other teams from Oswego County featured in the event included Phoenix, Hannibal, Central Sqaure and Sandy Creek. Sackets Harbor, Bishop Ludden, Baldwinsville, Cato-Meridian, Central-North Syracuse, South Jefferson, Cincinatus, Utica-Proctor, New York Mills, Syracuse Academy of Science, Madison Central and Westhill also competed.

When the results came in, Oswego County teams didn’t disappoint at either the varsity or junior varsity levels.

Central Sqaure earned an outright first place finish in the junior varsity small school non-tumbling event.

In the junior varsity medium school non-tumbling event, Phoenix earned a first place finish. Syracuse Academy of Science followed the Lady Firebirds in second place.

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