Watch The UCA Northeast Championship LIVE!

Up next on the must-watch list is the UCA Northeast Championship in Toms River, New Jersey! 

Watch LIVE as some of the top teams in the country compete all weekend long for bids to the 2019 NHSCC and The Summit 2019.

It all takes place November 10-11 at the RWJ Barnabas Health Arena. Day 1 will be packed with fan-favorite school and rec teams who already dreaming of white satin jackets.

UCA Northeast Block Schedule

Saturday:

School and Rec 10 AM ET  – 8 PM ET.

Sunday:

All Star 10 AM ET – 5 PM ET.

The school teams will take the mat first bright and early Saturday morning competing in both the traditional and Game Day competition. Teams are ready to get their season started and hopefully take home some championship gold.

A few schools to look out for are Ridge High School, Downingtown West High School, Ridley High School. Check out the results from UCA Northeast 2017 to see how your favorite teams performed last season!

On Sunday, all star teams will shine on stage as they work to earn their first hit zero routines of the season and earn a bid to one of the end of season championship events.

It will be an exciting weekend as teams take the mat for the very first time. You will not want to miss this and the best part is, you don't have to! Be sure to tune in to Varsity TV to watch the competition LIVE!


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