Category: "High School"
The 2015 NCPA National Championships, featuring both college and high school divisions, will return to Central Florida Paintball on April 17-19, 2015.
As we have done in the past, a FREE, live webcast will broadcast Class A matches Friday, Saturday, and the Semi-finals matches on Sunday. Each Class A team will be webcast for at least one match.
Base entry fees will remain the same as the past 5 seasons:
Class A: $1900 – free for Class A conference teams!
Class AA: $600, after 3 earned $100 entry waivers
High School: $300, including 2 cases paint plus a half case per playoff round played.
NCPA will not be making any mid-season rule changes. As usual, NCPA will evaluate whether any potential tweaks to game rules will enhance the competitive environment for our teams during the summer off-season.
While we are anxiously awaiting Nationals, we thought you might enjoy some previously unreleased action from the 2014 National Championships – Semifinals action between the University of Central Florida Knights and the Florida Atlantic University Owls!
From all of the NCPA volunteers, we wish everyone a Happy Holidays, and we can’t wait to see all of you next semester and at the National Championships!
Congratulations for our winning schools, who will all receive a trip to Nationals on April 12-13, 2014!
Use the CBS Sports Network Channel Finder to find your channel!
To showcase each player’s skills while making play fun and affordable for players of all experience levels, the NCPA HSPL features the Tactical RaceTo-2 format. Tactical RaceTo-2 uses the same rules as the groundbreaking RaceTo format pioneered by Paintball Sports Promotions and adopted by top leagues nationwide, but with a twist. We’ve added a tactical component that rewards pregame strategy and precision performance on the field: Each team starts each point with no more than 600 paintballs. Split them evenly for hopperball, or give more to your back players, the tactical decision is yours!
Rules follow the NCPA Rulebook with the modification of it being 3 man, 3 minutes time limit, and limited paint.
As Winter changes into Spring, paintball players are going out more and more.
There is still a chance for everyone to participate in the High School Paintball Season! Get your friends together and start practicing now so your team is prepared for the Regional Championship events and National Championships.
Just like last season, each Regional Championship winner will win a FREE trip to the National Championships on April 20, 2013, including entry, paint, and up to a $1,500 CASH travel reimbursement!
Forming a team is easy! Any team of three students who attend the same high school is eligible to compete. Public high schools can also include junior high, private and home schooled students who would otherwise attend that high school. No official recognition from your school is necessary, just get two other students and play!
Regional Championships will be played in March.
Any High School team may enter a Regional Championship; qualification is NOT necessary.
(Click on the region name for entry information.)
- SOUTHWEST - March 23 – Action Star Games, Colton, CA
- WEST - March 30 – Capital Edge Paintball Park, Sacramento, CA
- MIDWEST - March 30 – O’Hare Paintball Park (Indoor), Bensenville, IL
- SOUTHEAST - March 30 – Nitro Paintball, Canton, GA
- MID-ATLANTIC – March 30 – Skyline Paintball, Strasburg, VA
- NORTHEAST - March 30 – Boston Paintball (Indoor), Chelsea, MA
- SOUTH - March 30 – Fort Paintball, Allen, TX
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