By Denison Rey Dalupang
Taking notes from their dismal showing from last year, where they landed behind eventual champs CCP Bobcats, FEU is again ready to aim and fire- and, for a change, not miss.
The squad, despite being pencilled as the favorites for last year’s NCC crown for its smoothly-executed basic elements and pyramids, was penalized with 13 points—a deduction that played heavily in the outcome as they were deprived of a 323-point finish. The Bobcats won the event with 322.5 points.
After a painful loss to the University of Cordilleras Jaguars and a botched back-to-back championship in 2011, the Central Colleges of the Philippines Bobcats made a powerful comeback and reminded the opposition who own the National Cheerleading Competition.
Judges and instructors from the The National Cheerleading Championship (NCC), the Philippines’ first and only cheerleading organization that is nationwide, give you a break down of the squads fighting to claim the coveted UAAP Cheerdance title. UP PEP SQUAD STRENGTHS: Athleticism, Creaativity, Dance, Coaching. PREDICTION: 1st This squad seems to be made for this competition. [...]
MANILA—Perpetual Help, despite a far from perfect routine, nailed its second straight NCAA Cheerleading Championship Friday before a roaring crowd at the FilOil Flying V Arena in San Juan. With a routine inspired by the music of American pop group Pussycat Dolls, the Perps, garbed in maroon, silver and white costumes, collected a total [...]
MANILA–Perpetual Help tries to make up for its disappointing basketball season when it sets out for back-to-back titles in the 2010 NCAA Cheerleading Championship today at the FilOil Flying V Arena in San Juan. The multi-titled Perps, who won the crown in lopsided fashion last year, lead the nine-school cast vying for the P100,000 purse [...]