Raleigh Millbrook Wins Carolina Cup At Cheerleading

RALEIGH MILLBROOK WINS CAROLINA CUP

IN NCHSAA INVITATIONAL CHEERLEADING COMPETITION



RALEIGH— Raleigh Millbrook captured the top honor, the Carolina Cup, in the seventh annual North Carolina High School Athletic Association state invitational cheerleading championships at the Raleigh Convention Center on Saturday night.



Cheer Ltd., Inc., one of the NCHSAA’s corporate partners that assists with the invitational championship, established the Carolina Cup to recognize annually the top high school varsity cheerleading team in the state. Millbrook won the Cup for earning the highest cumulative score in the whole competition among varsity teams, regardless of the division in which they compete, with 278.4 points en route to winning the super large varsity division.

Jamestown Ragsdale, Cardinal Gibbons, North Gaston and Raleigh Sanderson are the previous winners of the Carolina Cup.



Davie County took top honors in the large varsity co-ed class while West Iredell won the small varsity coed division.



Weddington was the winner in the large varsity division, while Raleigh Leesville Road captured top honors in the medium varsity category and North Gaston was first in the small varsity category.



In non-tumble competition, Hampstead Topsail was the champion in the small varsity and Elizabeth City Northeastern was the top team in the large varsity division.



Among the junior varsity teams competing, Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons took top honors in the large JV division, Currituck won the small JV, and Camden won the junior varsity non-tumble. A special needs group from Millbrook also performed and was recognized for their efforts.



A record number of 115 teams participated in the event. The Raleigh Sports Consortium is a pirmary host city sponsor for the event.







NORTH CAROLINA HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

7th annual Invitational Cheerleading Championship

Raleigh Convention Center

November 7, 2009



Final results:

Small junior varsity (5 to 15 members)

Champion— Currituck 242

Canton Pisgah 237

Piedmont 235.5



Large junior varsity (16 and up)

Champion— Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons 254

Greenville D.H. Conley 244.5

Overhills 239



Junior varsity non-tumble

Champion— Camden 257

East Duplin 245.5

Southwest Edgecombe 237

Fayetteville Pine Forest 236



Small varsity non-tumble (19 and fewer)

Champion— Hampstead Topsail 252

Camden 251.5

Ashe County 247.5

North Johnston 241.5

Heide Trask 241.5 (based on tiebreaker)



Large varsity non-tumble (20 and up)

Champion— Elizabeth City Northeastern 275

Sylva Smoky Mountain 271

North Buncombe 267

SouthWest Edgecombe 266.5





Small varsity (5 to 12 members)

Champion— North Gaston 242.5

Wilson Hunt 238

Raleigh Athens Drive 234.5

Wilmington Hoggard 232



Medium varsity (13 to 16 members)

Champion— Raleigh Leesville Road 264.8

Jamestown Ragsdale 257.5

Huntersville Hopewell 254

Fayetteville Terry Sanford 252

Charlotte Ardrey Kell 250.5

Monroe Piedmont 248.5

Charlotte Providence 245



Large varsity (17 to19 members)

Champion-- Weddington 260

Ledford 258.8

Holly Springs 255.5

Raleigh Sanderson 242.5



Super varsity (20 to 21 members)

Champion— Raleigh Broughton 271

Cardinal Gibbons 267

Waxhaw Marvin Ridge 259



Super large varsity (22-plus members)

Champion— Raleigh Millbrook 278.4

Lee County 249.8

South Caldwell 244.8



Small varsity coed (2 to 4 males)

Champion— West Iredell 242.9

Lumberton 237.9

Pamlico 223.5



Large varsity coed (more than 4 miles)

Champion-- Davie County 255

Pembroke Purnell Swett 222.5

Central Cabarrus 219.5