What's the meaning of CFCC in Cheer as season 2 premieres on Netflix?

Yasmine Leung January 13, 2022
What’s the meaning of CFCC in Cheer as season 2 premieres on Netflix?

Season 2 of Cheer premiered on Netflix and some terms have confused fans, including CFCC, so what’s the meaning of it?

*Warning: Spoilers ahead for Cheer*

Cheer is back on Netflix with season 2 after a two-year wait, giving the world a further insight into two of the leading junior college cheer teams as they prepare for the annual National Cheerleading Championship in Daytona Beach, Florida.

After the show blew up, the Navarro team’s fame skyrocketed and have had to balance their careers as athletes and public figures. The group made appearances on numerous talk shows including The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and The Ellen DeGeneres Show, while Jerry Harris was the Oscars 2020 correspondent for the latter.

Meanwhile, their fierce competitors – Trinity Valley – have continued their strenuous training, while giving fans an insight into the members’ background and family life.

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What’s the meaning of CFCC?

CFCC stands for Cape Fear Community College, similar to how TVCC is an abbreviation for Trinity Valley Community College.

Located in Wilmington, North Carolina, the CFCC cheer team is known as the Sea Devils. They’re part of the Mid East region and their conference is the NJCAA Region 10 (National Junior College Athletic Association).

Like Navarro and TVCC, they’re in the junior college division but did not make the top rankings for NCA College Nationals 2021, as per Cheer Theory.

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Who won Dayton 2021?

Season 1 stars Navarro did not win the NCA & NDA College National Championship. They placed second after rivals Trinity took home the trophy for the Advanced Large Coed Junior College Finals, as per Varsity TV.

Things were looking up for Navarro in the prelims since they beat out Trinity with their 98.3333 score, while TVCC had 97.7667.

In the finals, however, TVCC ultimately won with 98.9667 and Navarro had 98.7333.

“Season 2 isn’t hitting the spot like season 1”, says fans

Viewers are pumped that the athletic students are back on their screen but after binge-watching the series, there have been some mixed reviews of season 2.

While some are devout stans of the show, others suggest that it would’ve been better to focus solely on Navarro rather than Trinity as well.

It would’ve been the perfect opportunity for the show to explore their training and behind-the-scenes drama in-depth so that the world can fully appreciate the sport.

That being said though, introducing Trinity into the mix really has fans torn between the two. Are you team Navarro or Team Trinity?

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Yasmine is a third-year Anthropology and Media student at Goldsmiths University with a new obsession with League of Legends, despite being really bad. She's always on social media keeping on top of the latest news and trends and is HITC’s expert in Korean pop culture. She also loves music, TV and fashion - her favourite things to write about.