Four cheerleading teams from St. Hubert Catholic High School for Girls came away with top honors at the Universal Cheerleading Association competition held Feb. 8-9 in Orlando, Fla.
Leading the way for the archdiocesan high school located in Northeast Philadelphia was the junior varsity Brown team, which was crowned national champion of the large JV division.
The varsity Brown team took second place in the large varsity division, the JV Gold earned fourth place in the non-tumbling JV division and the varsity Gold was a semi-finalist and placed 18th in the small varsity category.
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