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This page covers information related to youth division competition in 1988.



1988 Youth

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  Youth   College   Club      
  High School Championships  
  Date May 28 - 29  
  Location Washington, DC  
  Open (11) Bronx Science HS  
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The 1988 High School Championships were the first National-level HS event run by the UPA.  

The predecessor for this event were the East Coast HS Championships in Washington, DC.  Stuyvessant HS won that event in 1987 and 1986.

UPA HS Director Byrne Kelly stepped down July 1, 1988.  The HS Championships didn't resume again until 1998.




   High School Championships: Open Division  right arrows

  • About the teams (not yet available)
  • Full results (not yet available)
Standing School
1 Bronx Science HS
2 Sidwell Friends
3T Annandale
3T Stuyvesant
5T Bronx Science HS-B
5T Brooklyn Tech
5T Cardozo
5T Northfield Mount Hermon
9T Columbia HS
9T Princeton Day
9T Webb





1988 High School Championships 
 Division Final:
Bronx Science HS
Sidwell Friends
19   11



    High School Championships: News and Media  right arrows

This section will contain links to internal and external articles related to the event.
There is a recap of this event in the UPA Newsletter following the event, and it will be made available after it is scanned.

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