187 varsity high school squash teams featuring more than 1,600 players will contest the world’s largest squash tournament–the 2023 U.S. High School Championships–February 24-26 in Philadelphia.
The 187 teams will compete across twelve divisions–seven boys’ and six girls’–at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center, Penn Squash Center, Drexel University, Germantown Cricket Club and Springside Chestnut Hill.
Follow results and live scores for all matches throughout the weekend on the High School Nationals tournament page.
Watch live streaming of divisions one and two from the Specter Center using the daily Youtube playlists below. All thirteen divisional finals will be live streamed from the Specter Center on Sunday.
In the boys division one, the Kent School (Connecticut) will defend the Justi Cup as the Division I top seeds and are seeded for a rematch of the 2022 finals against the Brunswick School (Connecticut) in the semifinals.
The Haverford School (Pennsylvania) will aim for their second Justi Cup in program history as the two seeds, and could face three seeds St. Andrew’s School (Florida) in the semis–the program’s first appearance in Division 1.
Greenwich Academy (Connecticut), who have won fourteen out of sixteen Patterson Cups since the tournament’s inception, will target a seventh consecutive national title as the top seed. After falling short against GA in the 2022 final, Baldwin (Pennsylvania) are seeded to return to the Patterson Cup finals as the two seeds.
Lawrenceville (New Jersey) and Episcopal Academy (Pennsylvania) will aim to disrupt the Patterson Cup favorites as the three and four seeds, respectively.