The Costa Mesa High STUNT team ended its season undefeated Friday with victories over Downey and Covina at Costa Mesa.
This is the first year that STUNT was competed at the high school level in Oklahoma, Florida and Virginia.
The Mustangs were one of the first teams to compete in California and have earned the state title.
STUNT is the new, emerging collegiate and high school sport, which also helps satisfy the Title IX requirements to give more sport opportunities to female athletes.
The games are comprised of four quarters and the teams go head to head with the same stunt routines.
In the first quarter they compete in partner stunt.
Quarter two is competition in pyramids and basket tosses. Quarter three consists of jumps and tumbling and the fourth quarter is made up of a combination of three routines from each quarter.
The Mustangs easily defeated the Vikings of Downey, 23-11, and dominated the Colts of Covina, 24-11.
Last month, Costa Mesa High defeated both Thousand Oaks and Crescenta Valley.
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