National Cheerleading Championship

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National Cheerleading Championship
Most recent season or competition:
2014 National Cheerleading Championship
NCC Phils Logo.JPG
Sport Cheerleading
Founded 2006
Director Paula Isabel de la Llana–Nunag
President Carlos Valdes
Motto Leap Higher. Dance Harder. Cheer Louder. You've Got Spirit
Country Philippines
Venue(s)
Most recent champion(s)
Most titles
TV partner(s) Fox Sports
Sponsor(s)
Related competitions
Official website www.nccphilippines.com.ph

The National Cheerleading Championship, more popularly known by its abbreviated name NCC, is the Philippines’ first and only cheerleading competition that employs American cheerleading rules and regulations. The annual competition, which started in 2006, is modeled after US competitive cheerleading competitions.[1] It is the only Philippine cheerleading organization that has brought well known American names in cheerleading to judge its competitions, as well as its camps and trainings sessions.[2]

NCC is a member of the Philippine Cheerleading Alliance (PCA), the official governing body for cheerleading in the Philippines.[3]

Background[edit]

History[edit]

National Cheerleading Championship started as a one day invitational cheerleading championship in 2006. It started with two divisions, College and High School divisions, composed of ten teams and was held in Araneta Coliseum. The inaugural event was judged by invited American judges, such as Joe Jackson of the Cheerleaders of America (COA),[4] as well with known Filipino names in Philippine cheerleading.[5] In 2008, twenty nine teams from all over the country participated in the competition securing its title as the only national cheerleading competition in the Philippines. By 2009, it first held regional qualifiers among three key cities in the Philippines. By 2010, with eighty five squads joining the qualifiers, the regional qualifiers was expanded to six; divisions were also expanded to six. In 2011, the divisions were expanded more to eight, and the National Dance Championship was inaugurated with 23 teams participating.[5]

Mission[edit]

The National Cheerleading Championship's mission are:[6]

  1. to promote the sport of International Competitive Cheerleading as a means to raise the caliber of local cheerleading;
  2. to promote the ideas of good sportsmanship, personal integrity and accountability, team cooperation and community activities;
  3. to develop cheerleaders that possess world-class cheerleading skills and abilities;
  4. to develop cheerleading coaches adept and knowledgeable in world class training methods and expertise;
  5. to standardize and inculcate the rules and regulations of competitive cheerleading and develop world-class and international quality training methods and skills;
  6. to establish the National Cheerleading Organization to provide products and services and a means for networking for the cheerleading community;
  7. to hold annually the country’s Premiere Cheerleading Tournament as a means to showcase the country’s cheerleading skills and talents;
  8. and to be able to send a Filipino contingent to international cheerleading competitions.

Vision[edit]

The National Cheerleading Championship's vision is to become the premier organization for the advancement of cheerleading as a sport through developing and training world-class Filipino cheerleading athletes by providing international-standard training methods, services, and facilities, and a venue for a national cheerleading tournament.[6]

Seasons[edit]

Cheerleading[edit]

Season Division Teams Champion (Score) Runner-up (Score) Third place (Score)
2006
College 5 University of the Philippines Diliman (262) Central Colleges of the Philippines (252.5) Perpetual Help College (248)
High School 5 St. Pedro Poveda College (257) School of the Holy Spirit (232) School of Saint Anthony (231)
2007
College 8 Central Colleges of the Philippines (308.5) University of the Philippines Diliman (306) Perpetual Help College (248)
High School 7 School of Saint Anthony (316) San Beda College (299.5) Pasig Catholic College (296)
2008
College 8 Central Colleges of the Philippines (283) Mariano Marcos State University (279) Xavier University – Ateneo de Cagayan (278)
High School 7 School of Saint Anthony (277.5) School of the Holy Spirit (267.5) Taguig Science High School (259.5)
2009
College 17 University of Perpetual Help (293.5) University of the Cordilleras (290) Xavier University – Ateneo de Cagayan (285)
High School 14 Pasig Catholic College (283) School of Saint Anthony (273.5) Taguig Science High School (243.5)
2010
College 19 Central Colleges of the Philippines (314.5) University of the Cordilleras (312.5) University of Perpetual Help (284)
High School 14 Taguig Science High School (271) Baguio City National High School (270) Rizal High School (264.5)
College All-Girls 5 De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (249.5) Centro Escolar University (205.5) Polytechnic University of the Philippines (183.5)
High School All-Girls 6 School of the Holy Spirit (278) St. Pedro Poveda College (261.5) St. Paul College Pasig (210)
Juniors 5 St. Pedro Poveda College (223.5) St. Paul College Pasig (210.5) School of the Holy Spirit (205)
2011
College 23 University of the Cordilleras (318.5) University of Perpetual Help (305) Central Colleges of the Philippines (299)
High School 14 Parañaque National High School (270.5) Taguig Science High School (264.5) Pasig Catholic College (253)
College All-Girls 4 De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (279.5) De La Salle University (274) Lyceum of the Philippines University (240.5)
High School All-Girls 5 Immaculate Conception Academy (257.5) St. Paul College Pasig (257) School of the Holy Spirit (253.5)
Juniors All-Girls 8 St. Pedro Poveda College (264.5) School of the Holy Spirit (254) St. Paul College Pasig (240.5)
2012
College 19 Central Colleges of the Philippines (322.5) Far Eastern University (310) University of Perpetual Help (296)
High School 14 Parañaque National High School (284.5) Immaculate Conception Academy (262.5) St. Joseph's Academy (260.5)
College All-Girls 2 De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (245.5) De La Salle University (239) No other teams competed
High School All-Girls 8 School of the Holy Spirit (275.5) St. Pedro Poveda College (272) Immaculate Conception Academy (258.5)
Juniors All-Girls 4 School of the Holy Spirit (238.5) St. Paul College Pasig (223.5) St. Pedro Poveda College (209.5)
Pewee All-Girls 1 Lamba Central Elementary School (191.5) No other teams competed
2013
Elite 7 Highlands Elite Warriors All Star (236.2) Phoenix All Star (214.2) Tarlac State University (188)
College 16 National University (331) Central Colleges of the Philippines (327) University of Perpetual Help (288.5)
High School 14 Lanao del Norte NCHS (287.5) Immaculate Conception Academy (260.5) Parañaque National High School (254.5)
College All-Girls 2 De La Salle University (237) De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (232.5) No other teams competed
High School All-Girls 7 Immaculate Conception Academy (296.5) School of the Holy Spirit (294) St. Paul College Pasig (289.5)
Juniors All-Girls 3 School of the Holy Spirit (258) St. Paul College Pasig (250.5) St. Pedro Poveda College (242.5)
Peewee All-Girls 2 Lamba Central Elementary School (200) Dadiangas West Elementary School (173) No other teams competed
2014
Elite 8 Highlands Elite Warriors All Star (376.5) Central Colleges of the Philippines (375) Altas Battalion Royale (353)
College 19 Central Colleges of the Philippines (324) University of Perpetual Help (318) National University (315.5)
High School 14 Immaculate Conception Academy (294) Saravia National High School (285) Lanao del Norte NCHS (284)
College All-Girls 2 De La Salle University (253) De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (231) No other teams competed
High School All-Girls 8 School of the Holy Spirit (282.5) St. Paul College Pasig (251) St. Pedro Poveda College (249)
Juniors All-Girls 3 School of the Holy Spirit (267.5) St. Pedro Poveda College (243) St. Paul College Pasig (175)
Peewee All-Girls 1 Lamba Central Elementary School (198) No other teams competed

Stunts[edit]

Season Division Teams Champion (Score) Runner-up (Score) Third place (Score)
2010
Partner Stunts 5 University of Makati (237) Rizal Technological University (226) University of Makati (219)
2011
Partner Stunts 7 University of Perpetual Help (235.5) University of the Cordilleras (233) University of Makati (216)
College Group Stunts 6 Tarlac State University (231.5) Holy Angel University (226) Rizal Technological University (219)
High School Group Stunts All-Girls 1 St. Pedro Poveda College (198) No other teams competed
2012
Partner Stunts 4 Tarlac State University (198) Holy Angel University (153) Saint Louis University (137.5)
College Group Stunts 2 Tarlac State University (211) Holy Angel University (188) No other teams competed
High School Group Stunts All-Girls 8 St. Pedro Poveda College (211.5) Immaculate Conception Academy (207) St. Pedro Poveda College (191)
2013
Partner Stunts 5 Tarlac State University (234) City University of Pasay (202.5) Highlands Elite Warriors (194.5)
College Group Stunts 5 Tarlac State University (188.5) Central Colleges of the Philippines (186.5) Holy Angel University (182)
High School Group Stunts All-Girls 2 Immaculate Conception Academy (212.5) St. Pedro Poveda College (194) No other teams competed
2014
Partner Stunts 3 Central Colleges of the Philippines (233) Taguig City University (226.5) Rizal Technological University (134)
College Group Stunts 7 Taguig City University 1 (258) National University (235) Central Colleges of the Philippines 2 (218.5)
High School Group Stunts All-Girls 1 Immaculate Conception Academy (207) No other teams competed

Dance[edit]

Season Division Teams Champion (Score) Runner-up (Score) Third place (Score)
2011
College Dance Hip Hop 10 De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (259) De La Salle University (256) Saint Louis University (247)
College Dance Jazz 10 University of the Cordilleras (238) Southern Luzon State University (223) No other teams competed
High School Dance Hip Hop 7 School of the Holy Spirit (276.5) Assumption College (262) St. Pedro Poveda College (249)
High School Dance Jazz 2 School of the Holy Spirit (237) St. Pedro Poveda College (236) No other teams competed
2012
College Dance Hip Hop 2 University of the Philippines Los Baños (237) University of the Philippines Diliman (230.5) No other teams competed
High School Dance Hip Hop 4 St. Paul College Pasig (254.5) Assumption College (251) School of the Holy Spirit (240)
High School Dance Jazz 2 Assumption College (341) School of the Holy Spirit (305) No other teams competed
2013
College Dance Hip Hop 4 Notre Dame of Dadiangas University (237) Tarlac State University (225) University of the Philippines Los Baños (222)
High School Dance Hip Hop 1 Colegio San Agustin – Makati (227) No other teams competed
College Dance Hip Hop All-Girls 4 University of the Philippines Los Baños (240) Assumption College (226) Tarlac State University (225)
High School Dance Hip Hop All-Girls 6 Assumption College (257.5) St. Paul College Pasig (254.5) St. Pedro Poveda College (250)
High School Jazz All-Girls 1 Assumption College (237) No other teams competed
Junior Jazz All-Girls 1 St. Paul College Pasig (242) No other teams competed
2014
College Dance Hip Hop 7 Notre Dame of Dadiangas University (421.1) University of the East (394.5) Taguig City University (383.9)
High School Dance Hip Hop 5 Colegio San Agustin – Makati (433) La Salle Green Hills (430.5) School of Saint Anthony (399.5)
College Dance Hip Hop All-Girls 2 Lyceum of the Philippines University-Laguna (399.5) Notre Dame of Dadiangas University (356) No other teams competed
High School Dance Hip Hop All-Girls 9 Miriam College High School (441.2) Assumption College (440) School of the Holy Spirit (428.4)
High School Jazz All-Girls 3 Assumption College (395.5) St. Paul College Pasig (389) Southernside Montessori School (362.5)
Junior Jazz All-Girls 1 St. Paul College Pasig (362) No other teams competed

References[edit]

  1. ^ Josiah Israel Albelda (April 5, 2012). "Cheerleading vs cheerdance: What's your pick?". Rappler. Retrieved November 21, 2013. 
  2. ^ LLC Books (2010). Sport in the Philippines: NCC Philippines. General Books LLC. p. 114. ISBN 9781156614686. 
  3. ^ "Affiliation". Philippine Cheerleading Alliance. Retrieved November 21, 2013. 
  4. ^ Joey Villar (February 14, 2007). "National cheerleading championship slated". The Philippine Star. Retrieved November 21, 2013. 
  5. ^ a b "About Us: History". National Cheerleading Championship. Retrieved November 21, 2013. 
  6. ^ a b "Mission and Vision". National Cheerleading Championship. Retrieved November 21, 2013. 

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