• 13U Black Nightmare Shine at Girls 14U Nationals

    The girls entered the competition as the 32nd ranked team in Division 1. The girls won two of their three matches on Friday losing only to the #1 ranked team from Quebec.  This strong start placed them in one of the power pools which positioned them for a challenging bracket on Saturday.

    The girls brought their game on Saturday and competed with each and every team they faced. They played hard and ended the day falling just short of the Tier 1 bracket.  The Tier 2 bracket still assured them of a top 16 finish in the tournament!

    On Sunday morning, facing a win or go home scenario, the girls beat Georgetown Impact in two straight sets and showed that they belonged in this tournament! Despite a valiant effort in the semi-finals, the girls lost a nail-biter in three sets to Vision.

    We are so proud of our team! They performed beyond all of our expectations and have grown in skill, character and strength over the past year. Thank you to the coaches, parents and girls for an amazing season!

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  • Posted by Chris on May 11, 2016 at 6:42 pm

    Way to go girls! Such a shame there was not a bronze medal game in tier 2.


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