Few things fire up a high school football team like new uniforms. And Under Armour wants to give a high school $140,000 worth of innovative uniforms, apparel, accessories and footwear for two years. To do so, the brand launched a nationwide contest to select a winning high school, and they've narrowed it down to three finalists. To learn more about them, view the video challenges each submitted, and vote for your favorite, go to Under Armour's Finding Undeniable Program.
Here's a quick breakdown of the schools that made it to the finals. Voting continues until Dec. 15.
Mainland Regional High School
Location: Linwood, N.J.
With an enrollment of 1,600 students, the Mainland Mustangs field 19 varsity teams. Mainland was the top-ranked school in the Finding Undeniable Program, completing 25 out of 28 challenges.
Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology
Location: Alexandria, Va.
The Colonials house 19 varsity teams with an enrollment of 1,800 students. T J came in second in the Finding Undeniable program, completing 17 out of 28 challenges.
First Presbyterian Christian Academy
Location: Hinesville, Ga.
The Highlanders have nine varsity teams with an enrollment of only 340 students. First Presbyterian was a wild card school in UA's Finding Undeniable Program. They completed 26 out of 28 challenges and contributed dozens of pieces of additional content to demonstrate their commitment and determination.
Source: Under Armour
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