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2013 High School Regional Championship Teams Announced

Posted: March 29, 2013 02:25 PM
 

100 High School Teams to Compete at the 2013 Regional Championships

Boulder, Colo. (March 28, 2013) – USA Ultimate is pleased to announce the teams invited to participate in the 2013 High School Regional Championships. In the second year of four competing high school regions, champions from the Northeastern, Southern and Central regions all return with eyes on defending their titles.

Centrals

Northeasterns

Southerns

Westerns

 

 

Northeastern Championships
May 11-12, 2013 – Devens, Mass.

In the historically strong Northeastern region, Amherst Regional has come out on top in both the Girls’ and Boys’ divisions each of the last three years. Both teams will be looking to continue their winning streaks amongst a field of tough challengers. 

 

Girls Division

School City ST
Amherst Regional Amherst MA
Amherst Regional JV Amherst MA
Andover Andover MA
Longmeadow Longmeadow MA
Pioneer Valley Performing Arts South Hadley MA
Portland Portland ME
Columbia Maplewood NJ
Watchung Hills Warren NJ
Stuyvesant New York NY
The Beacon School New York NY
Allderdice Pittsburgh PA
Haverford Havertown PA
Mt. Lebanon Pittsburgh PA
Radnor Radnor PA
St. Johnsbury Academy St. Johnsbury VT
 

Open Division

School City ST
Xavier Middletown CT
Amherst Regional Amherst MA
Lexington Lexington MA
Needham Needham Heights MA
Newton North Newton MA
Sharon Sharon MA
Fryeburg Academy Fryeburg ME
Columbia Maplewood NJ
Westfield Westfield NJ
Watchung Hills Warren NJ
Fieldston New York NY
John Jay Cross River NY
Fox Chapel Pittsburgh PA
Hampton Allison Park PA
Pennsbury Fairless Hills PA
St. Johnsbury Academy St. Johnsbury VT

 

 

Southern Championships
May 11-12, 2013 – Charlotte, N.C.

It is anyone’s guess who will come out on top in the fast-growing Southern region. The 2012 Girls’ Division champion was a team formed between H-B Woodlawn and Yorktown. The 2013 Championships promises three additional teams in the division, with split squads from H-B Woodlawn and Yorktown and several other new and quality competitors. Reigning Boys’ Division champions, University School of Nashville, will also face some new teams and tough competition while working to defend their title. 

 

Girls Division

School City ST
Grady Atlanta GA
The Paideia School Atlanta GA
Triangle Area Triangle Area NC
University School of Nashville Nashville TN
H-B Woodlawn Arlington VA
H-B Woodlawn JV Arlington VA
Woodside Newport News VA
Yorktown Arlington VA
 

Open Division

School City ST
Brookwood Snellville GA
Grady Atlanta GA
Lakeside Atlanta GA
The Paideia School Atlanta GA
Catholic Baton Rouge LA
Carolina Friends School Durham NC
Chapel Hill High Chapel Hill NC
East Chapel Hill Chapel Hill NC
Independence Thompson’s Station TN
The McCallie School Chattanooga TN
Univ. School of Nashville Nashville TN
H-B Woodlawn Arlington VA
LC Bird Dale VA
Woodside Newport News VA
Yorktown Arlington VA

 

 

Central Championships
May 18-19 – Mason, Ohio

In the Central region, the girls from Holy Family Catholic brought home a win last year, while the Hopkins boys won their division. Both are back this year to try and prove their championships did not come by chance. 

 

Girls Division

School City ST
Neuqua Valley Naperville IL
Lexington Catholic Lexington KY
Cathedral St. Cloud MN
Hopkins Minnetonka MN
Columbus Columbus OH
Holy Family Catholic Home Educators Cincinnati OH
Mount Notre Dame Cincinnati OH
 

Open Division

School City ST
Neuqua Valley Naperville IL
Neuqua Valley B Naperville IL
Pritzker College Prep Chicago IL
Bloomington South Bloomington IN
Noblesville Noblesville IN
Penn Mishawaka IN
Saline Saline MI
Cathedral St. Cloud MN
Cretin-Derham Hall St. Paul MN
Hopkins Minnetonka MN
Bexley Bexley OH
Holy Family Catholic Cincinnati OH
Mason Mason OH
Madison West Madison WI
Monona Grove Madison WI
Sun Prairie Sun Prairie WI

 

 

Western Championships
June 1-2 – Corvallis, Ore.

The talent-rich Western region is the only region without a returning champion in 2013, but it is filled with heavyweights from the perennially successful DiscNW area as well as numerous teams from across the state of Oregon. Add in teams from California and Colorado, and some memorable matchups are sure to arise.

 

Girls Division

School City ST
Bay Area Bay Area CA
Lakewood Lakewood CO
Monarch Louisville CO
Corvallis Corvallis OR
South Eugene Eugene OR
Summit Bend OR
Garfield Seattle WA
Roosevelt Seattle WA
 

Open Division

School City ST
Alameda CLC Alameda CA
Atascadero Atascadero CA
Berkeley Berkeley CA
Fairview Boulder CO
Monarch Louisville CO
Cleveland Portland OR
Corvallis Corvallis OR
Crescent Valley Corvallis OR
Sheldon Eugene OR
South Eugene Eugene OR
Winston Churchill Eugene OR
Summit Bend OR
Franklin Seattle WA
Garfield Seattle WA
Nathan Hale Seattle WA
Roosevelt Seattle WA

 


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