CEU's 2nd Title
Superb stunts, impressive dance and perfect execution of their routine made the Centro Escolar University Scorpions stand out in the 10th NAASCU Cheer Dance competition at the Makati Coliseum. Their near flawless routine got the highest score of 192.5 points as they stood head above the rest of the field in ruling this competition for the 2nd time.
PLP gets 2nd Place
Seven time champion University of Makati faltered and for the first time in recent years looked like a team in disarray. The Hardy Herons had the biggest technical deduction owing to the fact that their routine went over the 5 minute mark. Their fall from grace still got them the third place trophy.
UMAK drops to 3rd
Capitalizing on the weak performance by the defending champions is the Pamantasang ng Lungsod ng Pasay. The Eagles flew with the greatest of ease and their strong performance made them over take the defending champs to cop the 1st Runner-up trophy. The Eagles were the early favorites after their strong showing but the day clearly belonged to the Scorpions who cheered the loudest after their presentation. The Scorpions executed well, were perfect with their stunts and showed great coordination with their dance sequences.
St. Clare College jumps to 4th
Eight teams showed up to the call of the Cheer competition with St. Clare College surprising everyone with their much improved sequence as they jumped from 10th place last year to fourth place this year. The Saints simply had better stunts this year and their team coordination was far better. You can call them the most improved team of the year.
STI COLLEGE is 5th
A notch below the Saints was last year’s sixth placer STI College which went up a notch to take the fifth place. There was remarkable improvement in their routine but was not enough to advance further. Our Lady of Fatima University took sixth place while newcomer Informatics International College was seventh and San Sebastian College Cavite took eighth place.
Our Lady of
College placed 7th
San Sebastian College
settled for 8th Place
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