14U Boys, 15U and 17U Girls Win GOLD!
The Scorpions hosted a 14U/13U Boys tournament in Cambridge. Both the Scorpions 13U and 14u boys team were in it. In the final match the two 1st place teams of each division played each other. The Scorpions 14U boys team won Gold defeating Leamington Velocity VC.
The Scorpions 15U Girls Synergy team played up in a 16U Ontario Volleyball Association tournament in Kitchener Ontario. In pool play the defeated the Guelph Grizzlies 16U and Niagara Rapids 16U. In the quarter finals they defeated the Waterdown Raider 15U. In the semi finals they disposed of the Niagara Rapids 15U Blue team. In the finals they defeated Niagara Rapids 15U black team in straight sets capturing a Gold Medal.
The Scorpions 17U Girls Venom team played up in a 18U Ontario Volleyball Association tournament in Simcoe Ontario. In pool play they disposed of Georgetown Impact 25-11 and Waterloo Tigers Red 17U 23-25, 25-13, 15-11. In the quarter finals they beat Waterloo Tigers Black 25-18 and 25-16. In the semi finals they beat the Hamilton Smash in three sets 16-25, 28-26, 15-10 . In the final game they beat the Kitchener Predators 25-21, 23-25 and 15-13 to claim the Gold medal.
Thanks to all the teams for a great weekend.
The Scorpions team were undefeated all day!
The Scorpions were playing in their home town of Cambridge at an Ontario Volleyball Association 13U tournament and they did not disappoint.
They never lost a set all day capturing the GOLD medal. In Pool Play they beat Kitchener Predators 12u - 25 – 9, 25 – 11, Waterloo Tigers 25 – 13, W 25 – 21.
In the quarter finals they disposed of the Guelph Grizzlies Red 25 – 13, 25 – 12.
In the semi-finals they stung the Kitchener Predators Infuse 26 – 24, 25 – 23. The final game saw the Scorpions roll over the Guelph Grizzlies Black 25 – 17, 25 – 18.
The team is: Delaney Aitken, Parveena Padum, Mia McCracken, Kendra Bryce, Laura Fitero, Ashley VanRooyens, Makaila Squires, Chantal Lapierre, Lily Corkill, Hannah Chambers, absent: Riley Love, Coaches: Andrew Aitken and Lee Boyadjian