Central High School holds its OSAA 6A/5A co-champion title at the cheerleading state championships at Oregon City High School in Oregon City on Feb. 11.

Central and Scio took home the coveted trophies at the OSAA cheerleading state championships held at Oregon City High School on Feb. 11.

For the first time, the state tournament debuted the Game Day Division, allowing sideline cheerleading to have a chance at a state title.

Teams were judged on band dance, situational chant, crowd-leading cheer and fight song.

Central and Thurston were co-champion in the 6A/5A coed category with 124.50 points.

“Tying with Thurston is an honor, they are a (11-time) state championship winning program and to even be competitive with them is an honor,” said Megan Smith, who completed her eighth year as the Central head cheer coach.

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