New Caney High School claimed the "Battle of the Bayou" on Saturday at the Texan Battalion JROTC Invitational Military Skills Meet hosted by the Sam Rayburn High JROTC.
Livingston finished second in the competition with Summer Creek taking third.
Over 800 cadets from 14 schools and 10 area school districts competed in the event, symbolically referred to by the Sam Rayburn JROTC as the "Battle on the Bayou" because of the school's proximity to Little Vince's Bayou and the role it played in the Battle of San Jacinto.
The Texan Battalion entered all-freshman teams, which were coached by upperclassman cadets.
The Texan Battalion's next military skills competition will be in December at New Caney.
(Below) Sam Rayburn's Texan Battalion Cadet Command Sergeant Major Israel Barajas shows the crowd the Ceremonial Trophy.