Advanced Teams On Top At NCA High School

This past weekend, high school, junior varsity, junior high and middle school teams took the blue mat at NCA High School Nationals 2019!

Three of the most anticipated divisions at the event are the Small, Medium and Large Advanced High School Performance categories. The best all-around teams from the United States compete in these divisions. Some went back-to-back and some we’re named champion for the very first time!

Small Advanced High School – Valley High School

Valley High School went into Day 2 in fourth place. The team from Iowa showed up on Finals day and dominated the Small Advanced Performance division. Watch their championship winning routine!


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Medium Advanced High School – Dracut High School

In 2018, Dracut High School came in second and fell just short of a national title. This year, the team came back wanting to claim the title of National Champion and all of their hard work paid off after receiving their championship jackets. Check out their Finals routine!


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Large Advanced High School – St. John Vianney High School

St. John Vianney went back-to-back and reclaimed their title! The team set out for Texas with goals in mind and they returned to New Jersey with a national championship trophy and jacket. Watch the back-to-back champions routine!


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Other Top Division Winners To Take A Look At:

Small Advanced Game Performance

Choctaw High School

Large Advanced Game Performance

Brandon High School

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