The Arkansas Twisters All-Stars Team Storm from Russellville joined more than 20,000 cheerleaders from around the world to compete in the NCA All-Star National Championship on February 28 – March 1, 2020 in Dallas, Texas.

The 2020 NCA Nationals is the largest cheerleading competition with 30,105 spectators and teams representing 43 states and 10 countries who gathered in Dallas in hopes of earning the prestigious title of NCA National Champions.

The Arkansas Twister All-Stars Storm competed in the L3 International Junior - B division where they placed 16 and scored 92.9235 out of 100 possible points and received zero deductions. On day two of the competition the team scored 93.2407 out of 100.

Besides performing under the spotlight at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, teams were able to explore all that Dallas has to offer and had the opportunity to meet other cheerleaders from around the globe.

Jennifer Rowland, owner of the Arkansas Twister All-Stars gym stated, “Arkansas Twisters Storm has had an amazing weekend in Dallas at NCA. We are all so proud of our little 2nd year gym and how they have really stepped up here this weekend. The girls were amazing this past weekend. They hit zero for zero deductions both days and their score increased on day two of the competition. We couldn’t be any more proud!”

The Arkansas Twister All-Star teams are coached by Head Coach and Tumbling Director Randall Allen, Head Coach Shirley Wade, Tristan Cagle and Marlana  Coupland. The Arkansas Twister All-Stars Cheer and Tumbling Gym located at 1402 South Oswego in Russellville.

To learn more about the Arkansas Twister All-Stars, 'Like' their Facebook page by clicking the following link. https://www.facebook.com/ArkansasTwisters/

For more information about the NCA competition, visit nca.varsity.com or contact Justin Carrier at (972) 840-4038 or jcarrier@varsity.com.

About the National Cheerleaders Association

Founded in 1948 by Lawrence “Herkie” Herkimer, NCA was the first cheerleading company and credited with many other “firsts” – the first cheerleading camp, spirit stick, pom pom, cheerleading uniform company, All Star National Championship, and more. Today, NCA trains cheerleading teams across the country at hundreds of summer camps, and hosts competitions for teams to demonstrate their athleticism. For more information about the National Cheerleaders Association, visit nca.varsity.com.