The U.S. High School Team Squash Championships is the national scholastic team competition played in February each year and draws upwards of 200 high school teams from all leagues across the country.
The U.S. High School Team Championships have been taking place since 2005, with participation levels dramatically increasing since that time. Since the first National High School Team Championships took place in 2005, participation has increased from 16 teams in one division for boys, to more than 160 teams in several divisions for boys and girls. The Justi Cup is the top boys’ division trophy, named in honor of Melinda Justi of Philadelphia, PA who started the event. The Patterson Cup is the top girls’ division trophy, in honor of Bryan Patterson, a longtime advocate of girls junior squash.