Team Navarro Wins 2022 National Cheer Competition In Daytona

Cheer’s Team Navarro is celebrating their win at the 2022 National Cheerleading Competition all over social media and on the beaches of Daytona.

Happiness‘s Team Navarro just won the 2022 Collegiate Cheer and Dance National Championships, and they’re celebrating hard. Fans fell in love with Team Navarro when Happiness first debuted in January 2020. The docuseries followed the team and gave the world an insight into the dangerous and fascinating world of competitive cheerleading. Throughout the series, fans took an interest in Navarro’s trainer, Monica Aldama, and her lovable cast of characters of hers. The show highlighted how injuries affected his ultimate goal of competing at the Daytona National Championships and also showcased how joy has positively impacted the team. By giving them a way to express themselves and excel at something, it allowed them to stay away from the potentially negative influences they were surrounded by.

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Thankfully, Happiness It ended in a resounding victory for the spectators, as well as for Team Navarro. The series propelled Monica and her most popular competitors into the spotlight. However, during this time, and while training for her upcoming competition, accusations of abuse and child pornography surfaced against one of her most beloved team members, Jerry Harris. The show was in the process of filming its next season when it all happened. joy 2 followed Monica and her team, as well as the competing Trinity Valley team, as they trained for the upcoming championship. But she then largely went off the rails once the accusations and charges surfaced. Almost a year and a half since the news broke, but Team Navarro seems to be better and stronger than ever.


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Several team members took to Instagram to announce that Team Navarro had won their 2022 Daytona National Championship. The official Navarro College Instagram page posted a photo of the entire team in their uniforms in front of a trophy with the caption: “Congratulations to our Dawgs! National ChampionsThe post was decorated with emojis showing Team Navarro’s excellent score of 99.2. Her teammate Irelyn Brady posted a photo of her in uniform in front of the trophy with a long caption saying how grateful she was to Monica, saying: “Monica, I never would have thought I would be where I am today. Thank you for seeing the potential in me. Thank you for keeping my chin up when it was hard. Thank you for loving me and this show, unconditionally.


Since the championships take place on a beach, it is tradition for Team Navarro to run into the ocean, uniform and all, to celebrate if they win. Lucky for them, this was a good year. Flyer Maddy Brum shared images of the team celebrating in the water, as well as one with just her and coach Monica soaking wet, with the caption: “You finally got a ring with Navarro Maddy Brum. 2022 Grand College National Champions! @monicaaldama WE MADE IT QUEEN.Monica commented on the post, “WE DID IT!!!!! I love you very much!As for Monica’s own posts, she shared pictures on her Instagram Stories of the winning team, but has yet to post anything of her own.


While the win is great news and the celebration is certainly warranted, fans are a bit worried. Happiness It’s already been greenlit for a third season, with an expected release year of at least 2023. If that’s true, this championship will most likely follow, meaning fans will already know the season finale. Obviously, it is understandable that the university and the team in general want to publish this news as soon as it happens. It’s unclear what this will mean for the hit Netflix show, though, though true fans will want to see how Team Navarro bounced back so gracefully.


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Sources: Navarro College/Instagram, Irelyn Brady/Instagram, Maddy Brum/Instagram

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