Sophie Carpentier sent a heart warming thank you to her coach after winning the 2015 CIS Women's Championships.
Once again I find my self looking north to find muchos buenos is happening on the court in my absence.
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From a land just a little warmer than you are experiencing right now. But from here I cannot help be drawn back home by so much good news.
This past weekend was set aside for the 18u age group and as such we had 4 teams competing around the Province. On the line was a placement in the final event's new Grand Prix format.
Mayor Jim Watson along with Councillor Tim Tierney, today presented the Mayor’s City Builder Award to Kerry MacLean for his outstanding community service as high school coach, founder and President of the Maverick Volleyball Club.
As the first month of the new year came to a frigid close things were heating up on the court for 2 age divisions. 17u Boys and 15u Girls.
As is now common many of our younger teams are "competing up" an age group and finding it worth it.
Earlier this month the Ontario Volleyball Association announced their initial list of Quest for Gold Ontario Athlete Assistance Program candidates for this season and of note were several young and rising stars in the Maverick family.
This weekend brought about a lot of great news and successes from the courts. The club was also fortunate to be able to host an almost all Ottawa 16u tournament here, while others had short trips to Kingston to play yet again.
This past weekend had Maverick teams competing here in Ontario and south of the border in several US cities. Again the news was positive on all fronts with highlights from the BlackJacks, Outlaws and Goldiggers all winning medals.