Rancocas Valley Tops Large Varsity Team Performance Division On Day 1

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Day 1 of NDA High School National Championship is underway, and teams are working hard to start their weekend off right with a solid performance that will leave a lasting impression on the fans and judges.

Prelims for the Large Varsity Team Performance division took place bright and early this morning in Orlando and the results are in.

The Rancocas Valley Dance Team from Rancocas Valley High School is on top in Large Varsity Team Performance!

Rancocas Valley finished in 4th place in 2018 so the New Jersey team is working hard to climb the ranks and take the title this season.

Olathe Northwest High School is the reigning NDA National Champion in the division so be sure to watch out for their Finals routine as they are sure to put on a show.

Large Varsity Team Performance Prelims Rankings

RankTeamScore
1
Rancocas Valley High School: Rancocas Valley Dance Team
86.4727
2
Olathe Northwest High School: Olathe Northwest
85.9273
3
Norman North High School: Norman North Varsity Pom
84.9818
4
North County High School: North County Raiderettes
84.2364
5
Roswell High School: Roswell HS Charlie's Angels Dance Team
83.8455
6
Kellenberg Memorial High School:
83.3273
7
Cardinal Gibbons High School
83.3273


Tune in to Varsity TV tomorrow to watch dance teams take the stage in Finals for the Large Varsity Team Performance division.


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