UIL Spirit State Championships Information

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Cy Springs cheerleader Rose Hernandez explodes into the air as her name is announced as the 2018 homecoming queen with her parents, Christina Briones and Aaron Mitchell celebrate with her. CFISD HS #12 edged the Panthers, 40-32, in the first round of league play at FCU Stadium Saturday, Sept. 14, 2018. (Cypress News Review photo by Creighton Holub)
AUSTIN — The 2019 UIL Spirit State Championships pilot program will be take place January 17-19, at the Fort Worth Convention Center.  This marks the first year that Spirit will be an official UIL contest.
At the UIL Spirit State Championships, schools will compete in three categories: crowd leading, fight song, and band dance.
The schedule is as follows:
Thursday, January 17
Conference 1A, 2A, 3A, COED: Preliminary Divisions & Finals Competition
Friday, January 18
Conference 4A & 5AD2: Preliminary Divisions & Finals Competition
Conference 6AD1: Preliminary Divisions
Saturday, January 19
Conference 5AD1 & 6AD2: Preliminary Divisions & Finals Competition
Conference 6AD1: Finals Competition
Tickets: All seating is general admission. Ticket prices: Adults $15 and Students $10 per session; All-Session Pass $45; All-Session Coaches’ Ticket $40 (must have Texas Girls Coaches’ Association membership card). 

Live Webcast: NFHS Network will provide a live webcast of the UIL Spirit State Championship from the Fort Worth Convention Center. Fans, family and alumni unable to attend can watch the UIL Spirit State Championships live online with a subscription at www.nfhsnetwork.com/associations/uil.

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