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Lokahi Volleyball Club Juniors 2014


• April 20 tournament cancelled; no gym due to 18U/17U regionals.

• On April 13 @ McKinley our 14U Red team won their first round pool, then swept the second round gold pool to win the tournament championship, their second in a row. Our 14U Gold team won the second round bronze pool.

• Our 14U Red team played a great championship set to go undefeated and win the April 6 tournament at Kalihi Valley. That set was close and exciting with our girls pulling away at the end to win it.

• Additional practices for the 14U who signed up will begin at MVC on April 2; see the calendar for details.

• March 29 was another topsy-turvy weekend with site and time changes resulting in our 14U Red team finishing second and our 14U Gold again saving their best for last, to win their last set of the day.

• Our 14U Gold team finished strong on March 23, winning 3 of their last 4 sets; the Red team did the opposite, losing their last three but still managed to finish 2nd.

• Both our 14U teams went home feeling good after winning their last set in the crossover portion of the tournament on Sunday, March 9, @ Farrington, with the Red team taking third and the Gold team, even though without a key player, defeating Lanikai White, which earlier had forfeited rather than play our Red team.

• Congratulations to our Lokahi 14U Red team for going undefeated to win a 14U tourney championship at BYUH this past Saturday, March 1st. Winning the championship of a 14U tournament in only their third tournament since playing as 12U last season is a nice accomplishment. Our Gold team came within one match of making the final an all Lokahi affair.

• After much scrambling, we were told that the Region never received our Feb 22 tournament entries; at that late hour we could only get one team into a tournament. Our 14U Red team played well but not consistently enough, so finished third at Farrington on Feb 23.

• The girls did well in our first tournament on Feb 15; The 14U Red missed the championship by a mere two point differential and the 14U Gold finished second in their pool and 6th out of 9 overall.