PIAA Competitive Spirit Champions
The Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) has crowned champions in competitive spirit since 2013. Each overall classification champion and additional teams from the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League (WPIAL) have qualified for the PIAA Championships since their inception, with PIAA District VII claiming a total of 13 state champions in the sport.
The WPIAL has produced multiple PIAA competitive spirit champions three times, with a record three coming in 2023 (Butler, Neshannock, Hempfield Area). A total of six different WPIAL schools have won PIAA titles: Butler (4), Bethel Park (2), Hempfield Area (2), Neshannock (2), South Fayette (2), and Shaler (1).
A full list of champions by year and classification can be found below.
|2023||Hempfield Area||3A Large Varsity||92.50; def. runner-up Saint Huberts by 0.73 points|
|Neshannock||2A Large Varsity||84.47; def. runner-up Hickory by 3.34 points|
|Butler||Co-Ed Varsity||87.53; def. runner-up McDowell by 3.03 points|
|2022||Hempfield Area||3A Large Varsity||94.20; def. runner-up Cumberland Valley by 1.30 points|
|Neshannock||2A Large Varsity||84.90; def. runner-up Elk County Catholic by 0.27 points|
|2021||South Fayette||3A Small Varsity||90.37; def. runner-up Avon Grove by 4.34 points|
|2020||South Fayette||Small Varsity||88.73; def. runner-up Lansdale Catholic by 1.45 points|
|2019||Bethel Park||Small Varsity||92.33; def. runner-up South Park by 3.18 points|
|Butler||Co-Ed Varsity||89.33; def. runner-up McDowell by 0.65 points|
|2018||Shaler||Small Varsity||92.27; def. runner-up Bethel Park by 1.90 points|
|2017||Bethel Park||Small Varsity||81.53; def. runner-up Pine-Richland by 1.23 points|
|2016||Butler||Small Varsity||83.10; def. runner-up Liberty by 3.43 points|
|2013||Butler||Small Varsity||80.03; def. runner-up Pine-Richland by 2.36 points|