Facing stiff competition from top cheering schools from all over the country, two South Cotabato cheering squads emerged as big winners in the recently concluded 2014 National Cheerleading Championship (NCC) held at SM Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City from March 8-9, 2014.

For third straight year, Lamba Central Elementary School's pep squad called Chipettes successfully defended their title and once again declared as Champion in the Peewee Division of this year's NCC Finals. Lamba Central ES is located in Brgy. Lamba, Banga, South Cotabato.


Meanwhile, last year's National Cheerleading Championship 5th placer in the High School Co-ed Division - the Saravia National High School Eagles from Brgy. Saravia in the City of Koronadal leveled up and placed second in this year's competition. First place went to Immaculate Concepcion Academy and a cheer team from Lanao del Norte placed third.

Notre Dame of Dadiangas University's Sarimanok Pep Squad from General Santos City also successfully defended its title in the College Coed Hiphop Division. University of the East's Extreme Squad came in second and Taguig City University won the third place.

Below is the list of winning teams in the 2014 National Cheerleading Championship:

College Coed Division
1st Place - Central Colleges of the Philippines
2nd Place - University of Perpetual Help System DALTA
3rd Place - National University

High School Coed Division
1st Place - Immaculate Concepcion Academy
2nd Place - Saravia National High School
3rd Place - Lanao del Norte Comprehensive National High School

High School Division (All Girls)
1st Place - School of the Holy Spirit
2nd Place - St. Paul College
3rd Place - Poveda

Juniors Division (All Girls)
1st Place - School of the Holy Spirit
2nd Place - Poveda
3rd Place - St. Paul College Pasig

Peewee Division
Champion - Lamba Central Elementary School

College All Girls Division
1st Place - Dela Salle University
2nd Place - College of St. Benilde

College Coed Hiphop Division
1st Place - Notre Dame of Dadiangas University
2nd Place - University of the East
3rd Place - Taguig City University

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