Archive for the 2011 Girls 15U Black Category

U15 Girls Black play in Two Tournaments to Start the Season

Posted in 2010-2011, 2011 Girls 15U Black on January 2, 2011 by hartley06

The U15 girls Black started off the season with the U15 Provincial Cup East Championship in Keswick on November 20.

After a few months of training and getting to know each other, the girls were ready for their first tournament. First up was Barrie. The team started off slow and fell short in both sets. Next was Toronto West. The girls were able to settle down and split the match losing the first set 20 -25, but taking the second 25-22.

The crossover game saw Attack face DRVC. Attack lost the first set 15-25. The girls picked up the play and took set two 25-18. The third and deciding set was exciting with DRVC holding a 8-13 lead. Attack won the next 6 points to move ahead 14-13. In the end, Attack fell just short 14-16.

In our final game of the day, Attack defeated Niagara Rapids in a good three set match.

The girls should be proud of their efforts in their first tournament of the year and look to build on this going forward. Well done.

On November 27, we travelled very early to Kingston to play in the U16 Provincial Cup.

In the first match of the day Attacked faced Ottawa Fusion Red with each team winning a set. Attack picked things up in pool play, defeating both Clarington and Awkesasne in two set matches. With a 5-1 record, Attack placed second in the pool, and then faced Northumberland Breakers in the cross over match. This was a very close three set match with Attack dropping the first 22-25, winning the second 25-22, and coming up just short in the third by a score of 14-16. The final matches of the day saw Attack beating both Clarington in two sets, and Kingston in a close three set match.

Girls, this was a strong performance against some good U16 teams. You are starting to play well as a team. Continue to work hard , and most of all, enjoy the game! Thank you to our coaches Chris, Lesreen and Jacek for your dedication and commitment to the girls.

See you in 2011.