None of the finalists included Newport-Mesa schools.
The finalists were selected from 2,649 participating schools. Only 127 schools were named as finalists, which means some will be able to qualify for prizes that include new $100,000 fitness
centers at their school sites and regional awards totaling $5,000 apiece.
More than 1.3 million students recorded more than 11 million days of physical activity through the Governor's Challenge 2010.
The schools in Orange County that made the final cut were:
The California's Governor Council on Physical Fitness and Sports is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to promoting physical activity for all Californians with an emphasis on children and youth.
The winners of the special awards will be announced in