NSAA Cup Final Standings

LINCOLN – Officials with the Nebraska School Activities Association recently announced the final standings for the NSAA Cup highlighting NSAA All-Activities Award for Nebraska high schools.

According to a release from the NSAA, the annual awards program began in the fall of 2006 to recognize the state’s most successful high school athletic and fine arts programs which presents awards to the 12 Nebraska high schools which earn the most points during the school year by participating in NSAA education-based activity programs.

This all-activities (fine arts and sports), all-school recognition platform recognizes the “Best of the Best” each year in NSAA programs.

The NSAA Cup is presented to the winning schools in the four classes of the All-School Division, Girls Division and Boys Division during special ceremonies the following fall.

Area schools being represented were Norfolk Catholic placing fourth with 300 points in the Class C All-School Division. Crofton tied with Hastings St. Cecilia for fourth (175); Guardian Angels Central Catholic (sixth – 170) and Norfolk Catholic (T-8th – 165) in the Girls Division while Norfolk Catholic and Wayne tied for seventh with 165 points in the Boys Division for Class C. The Wayne High girls earned 125 points

In Class D, Hartington Cedar Catholic finished seventh with 230 points in the All-School Division while Wausa rounded out the top 10 with 205 points. Wausa (third – 180); Osmond (T-7th – 137.5) and Wynot (10th – 132.5) were listed among the Girls Division Top 10 while HCC tied for ninth with 147.5 points in the Boys Division.

Winners are determined by a point system based on participation in NSAA education-based activities and performance in state championship events within each division and class.

Music, which does not have a state level event, earns points based on participation at the district music contest.

The boys and girls competition in each class features schools earning participation and performance points from their respective activities. In the All-School Division, schools receive participation points for each of its NSAA registered programs and earn additional points for placing in NSAA Championship events.

All schools, which finish in the top eight positions (plus any ties) in a State Championship event, receive points. In activities’ Championships involving cooperative agreements, each of the schools in the cooperative will earn the points for that respective event providing they have at least one student participating on the cooperative varsity team.

The NSAA Cups will be presented to the winning schools in the four Classes of each Division during a special ceremony this fall.

Congratulations to all NSAA Cup winning schools for the 2020-21 activities year:

Class A_B NSAA Cup Standings

Class C_D NSAA Cup Standings


All-School Division:

Class A – Lincoln Southwest

Class B – Omaha Skutt Catholic

Class C – Grand Island Central Catholic

Class D – Archbishop Bergan


Boys Division:

Class A – Millard West

Class B – Omaha Skutt Catholic

Class C – Grand Island Central Catholic

Class D – Yutan


Girls Division:

Class A – Lincoln Southwest

Class B – Omaha Skutt Catholic

Class C – Lincoln Lutheran

Class D – Archbishop Bergan