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UP Cebu Intrams 2015 Cheerdance Competition

Here are the winners of this year's UP Cebu Intramurals Cheerdance competition. (from Speak UP, Iskolar)

Each year in UP Cebu Intramurals, Cheerdance competition is one of the highlights of the entire event. This year's season is no excuse to that especially Socsci Stallions geared up and finished second place.

Below are the the videos of the different clusters' performance in the Cheerdance competition. If you've got additional videos not included in the list, do let me know so we can update the list.

GOLDEN SCIONS - Champion



Golden Scions - UP Cebu Intrams Cheerdance 2015
Check out the Golden Scions Cheerdance performance! #UPCebuIntrams #Champion
Posted by Zuprome on Tuesday, March 24, 2015









SOCSCI STALLIONS - 1st Runner-up




Yes. 2nd Place for Intrams 2015 Cheerdance Competition. Angel already uploaded the front view. mehehe. But the side view looks awesome as well! Viva Soc Sci! <3 We don't wait for change, we initiate for change to happen.
Posted by Sai Padul on Tuesday, March 24, 2015

SocSci Intrams Cheerdance 2015
Social Science Cluster hailed as second place during the 2015 UP Cebu Intrams Cheerdance Competition. VIVA SOKSAYYYY! More victories to reap in the coming days!Pasensya sa kurog kaayo nga kamot. :p Salamat Joanalee Gabuya sa camera support HAHAHAHA.
Posted by Angel Rose on Tuesday, March 24, 2015



MANAGEMENT TYCOONS - 2nd Runner-up







ARTSCOMM BULLETS - 3rd Runner-up



ArtsComm Bullets - UP Cebu Intrams Cheerdance 2015
Check out the performance ArtsComm Bullets in the #UPCebuIntrams Cheerdance competition.
Posted by Zuprome on Monday, March 30, 2015




What are your thoughts about their awesome performance, Iskolar?

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