Your Large Varsity Coed Division Finalists!

Some of the most talented coed teams in the nation are here at the 2019 UCA National High School Cheerleading Championship and the finalist in the Large Varsity Coed division have been announced!

The division was filled with solid coed style stunts along with incredible pyramids and strong tumbling. The Large Varsity Coed reigning national champions, Graves County High School are back this year with a strong routine, and they are going into finals in first place! Will Graves County go back-to-back, or will there be a new champion crowned?

Moving into finals in second place is Bartow High School, followed by Brother Martin High School in third. Take a look at some other teams advancing to the Large Varsity Coed Final competition tonight!

Large Varsity Coed Finalist

*Listed below in order by competition time

  • Russell County High School (8:34 PM ET)
  • Dyer County High School (8:43 PM ET)
  • Graves County High School (8:52 PM ET)
  • Brother Martin High School (9:01 PM ET)
  • McDowell High School (9:10 PM ET)
  • Tahquitz High School (9:19 PM ET)
  • Bartow High School (9:28 PM ET)

WATCH Graves County High School's Semi-Final Performance

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A champion will be crowned tonight in the Large Varsity Coed final competition beginning at 8:34 PM ET in the HP Field House! Don’t miss these incredible teams take the mat. Watch it LIVE on Varsity TV!


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