2022 Grand National Championships

The 2022 Grand National Championships will be held Nov. 10–12 at Lucas Oil Stadium. In 2021, Broken Arrow won a fourth national champion title, with Indianapolis locals Carmel and Avon finishing second and third.

View full finals recap here.

1. (97.50) Carmel, IN
2. (96.15) Avon, IN
3. (96.05) Broken Arrow, OK
4. (95.15) William Mason, OH
5. (95.00) Tarpon Springs, FL
6. (92.80) Dobyns-Bennett, TN
7. (91.00) Carroll, TX
8. (91.00) Brownsburg, IN
9. (89.45) Hendrickson, TX
10. (89.30) Fishers, IN
11. (88.60) Prosper, TX
12. (88.15) Castle, IN

Music: Carmel, IN
Visual: Carmel, IN
GE: Carmel, IN
View full semifinals recap here.

Class A
1. Archbishop Alter, OH
2. Beechwood, KY
3. Bourbon County, KY
Music: Archbishop Alter, OH
Visual: Beechwood, KY
GE: Archbishop Alter, OH

Class AA
1. Tarpon Springs, FL
2. Morton, IL
3. Kiski Area, PA
Music: Tarpon Springs, FL
Visual: Tarpon Springs, FL
GE: Tarpon Springs, FL

Class AAA
1. Dobyns-Bennett, TN
2. Castle, IN
3. Hendrickson, TX
Music: Dobyns-Bennett, TN
Visual: Castle, IN
GE: Dobyns-Bennett, TN

Class AAAA
1. Carmel, IN
2. William Mason, OH
3. Avon, IN
Music: Carmel, IN
Visual: Carmel, IN
GE: William Mason, OH
View full combined prelims recap here.

Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, and Wisconsin.
Music: Dave Carbone, Wayne Dillon, Glenn Fugett, Martin Griffin, Mark Hoskins, Nola Jones, Jay Kennedy, Allan Kristensen, Jager Loyde, Mark McGahey, Chester Phillips, and Caleb Rothe
Visual: Mike Anderson, Lee Carlson, William Chumley, Jackie Gilley, John Howell, Meghan McCourt, Kyle Miller, Jim Sturgeon, and Michael Turner
Chief: John Phillips.