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07-07-14 10:28 PM
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Senior Night
Kingdom Courts will continue to host the popular 4X4 tournaments this summer!
4X4 tournaments will begin Friday, July 1st and continue through August 22nd. Competition is open to female athletes of all ages. We may separate teams into different divisions to balance out the level of competition. Individual athletes can be placed on existing teams. However, it is recommended that athletes sign up as teams of four. Sign in at 6pm and play from 6:30-9:00pm. Cost is $10 per person or $40 per team. (pay at sign in) CVP participants can play for FREE. Space is limited to the first 16 teams. Please rsvp by email one week in advance to List your team captain and other team members names; first and last names. List your age group and dates you are reserving.
AZ Sky is sending 5 teams to JO Nationals in Minneapolis and 13 Teams to AAU Volleyball Festival in Phoenix
AZ Sky is proud to send five of our talented teams to Minneapolis to compete in the Junior Olympic Nationals in June. Congratulations to 12 Gold (American Division), 14 Gold (National Division), 14N1 Way (American Division), 16 Gold (National Division) and 17 Gold (American Division) for their accomplishments this season we look forward to watching them compete with the best teams in the nation! We send 13 teams ranging in age from 12-18, to compete in AAU's Volleyball Festival held at the Phoenix Convention Center. We wish all teams the best of luck!
MBS Performance and Kingdom Courts Hosts its 2nd Annual College Coaches Clinic June 10-12
We were very excited and privileged to host our second college coaches clinic featuring seven elite head coaches from top programs throughout the nation. This camp consisted of 18 hours of exceptional instruction with each coach leading a three hour segment. This was a great opportunity for our athletes to learn from some of the best. Coaches included: Dave Rubio-University of Arizona, Chris Lamb-Wichita State University, Kellee Roesel-California Lutheran University, Greg Gibbons-University of Pacific, Don Flora-Texas Tech University, Bear Grassl-Sonoma State and Ken Murphy-Northern Arizona University. Many thanks to these coaches for supporting our program and providing outstanding instruction and feedback to all participants.
AZ Sky Is Proud of our Seniors!
Congratulations to all of our seniors that have committed and signed with collegiate programs. We are very proud of their accomplishments on and off the court and wish them the best of luck in all endeavors. We will honor all seniors April 23rd at 7:20 before practice. Special recognition to the following seniors:
Matisse Davis-Evergreen State College, Evanne Gellert-US Naval Academy (In Process), Chais Gentner-Phoenix College, Paige Hamilton-Yavapai College, Jaci Horwood-Olivet Nazarene University, Kalie Lyle- Western New Mexico University, Kate McCulley-Rockhurst University, Lexi Mocarski-Bluefield College, Brenna Peruch-Plymouth State University and Darby Switzer-North Park University.
Kingdom Courts Summer Programs
Kingdom Courts will offer training for all ages and levels of play. Please see our CVP link for program details.  
AZ Sky Teams Win 2 Bids in SoCal!
AZ Sky's 14 VB Rags and 14N1 Way win JO National bids in SoCal. 14VB Rags won the USA division in three sets agains a tough Arizona Arrowhead team and 14N1 Way won the American division to secure its bid against club Epic in a two set victory. Both teams played extremely well throughout the weekend against tough competition, with several matches going to three sets. Our girls were true champions playing through adversity and fighting for every point in every match. The teamwork, leadership and determination demonstrated on the court was impressive and commendable. 12N1 Dynamite finished 2nd overall in the American division taking home medals after a grueling championship match against SF Juniors RoShambo. 13 Gold finished 10th in Bronze, in the Open division and 13N1 finished 20th overall, Bronze in the American Division.  14N2 finished 41st overall and 15N2 placed 47th. These young athletes were alot of fun to watch and truly made AZ Sky proud! Congratulations to all of our coaches and athletes-
AZ Sky's Beach Program Kicks Off in May
This season we are offering two separate programs to accommodate the goals, demands and talents of our student athletes. We will continue to offer instructional clinics and tournaments throughout the summer as well as field a Beach Team to compete in the Hermosa Beach AAU Championships in July. We encourage and welcome players of all ages and levels of play. This program will enhance court awareness, develop overall skill sets in every player and allow for cross training in the sand. Its a lot of fun for our athletes and they see results on the indoor court. Additional program information and registration forms are located on our beach link.
AZ Sky Competes Well in Colorado
Congratulations to all teams that participated in Colorado Crossroads, all showed tremendous character, teamwork and heart throughout the tournament.  13 Gold finished 4th in Gold, Open Division; 14N1 Way finished 5th in Gold, American Division; 15 Gold finished 21st in Silver, USA Division; 15 N1 finished 28th to win Flight 1 in the USA Division; 16N1 finished 25th in Silver, American Division; 16 Gold finished 15th in Silver, Open Division, 17th finished 38th overall, Open Division; 18 Gold won Flight 1, USA Division and 18 National finished 45th overall in the American Division. AZ Sky is very proud of our coaches and athletes.
Former Olypmian Pat Powers Returns to Kingdom Courts April 19th to Host His Annual Skills Clinic
Advanced Volleyball is coming to Phoenix! Olympic Gold Medalist Pat Powers invites you to come and share in the fun of his intense volleyball clinic. Proven training techniques that improve your skills instantly. These include the must-know basics of the mechanics of the perfect arm swing, advanced ball control, anticipating like a pro, using peripheral vision, on court communication and much more. Please see all details under our camps/clinics link.
AZ Sky 14N1 and 12N1 are Festival Fiesta Champions!

AZ Sky teams makes their presence known at University of Phoenix, in the Festival Fiesta tournament. Congratulations to all of our coaches and athletes for exceptional play and teamwork, we are very proud of you! With 19 teams competing, AZ Sky had several teams finishing in medal rounds with two teams winning their divisions; 12N1 and 14N1. Special recognition to our top finishers:  

  • 12 Gold Insignia:3rd place, Gold, 12s Division
  • 12N1: 1st place, Gold, 12s Division
  • 12R1 Crush: 11th place overall, Silver, 12s Division 
  • 13 Gold: 10th place overall, Silver, 14 Open Division
  • 13N1: 13th place overall, Silver, 14 Club Division
  • 14 VB Rag: 3rd place, Gold, 14 Open Division
  • 14N1: 1st place, Gold, 14 Club Division
  • 14N2: won Bronze, 14 Club Division
  • 15 Gold: 2nd place, Gold, 16 Club Division
  • 15N1: 3rd place, Gold, 16 Club Division
  • 16 Gold: 3rd place, Gold, 16 Gold Division

AZ Sky Teams Compete Well at Fiesta MLK and Cactus Classic

Several AZ Sky teams finished in the gold brackets of their divisions and all teams competed well against top teams in the valley and talented out of state teams. Special recognition goes out to 16 Open (5th in Gold/Open Division), 16N1 (4th in Gold/Club Division), 15N2 (Tied for 7th/Club Division), 14N1 (finishing 18th out of 64 teams in 16 Club Division) and 13N1 (finishing 21st out of 64 teams in 16 Club Division) for outstanding performances. AZ Sky 14 VB Rags and 14N2 represented the club well at the Cactus Classic with VB Rags finishing 2nd in Gold and 14N2, 9th overall. Congratulations to all coaches and players for excellent play, teamwork and sportsmanship on the court.
Special Kudos and Thanks to all Families that Participated in our December Service Project with Sunshine Acres

AZ Sky families provided Christmas gifts to 100 children at Sunshine Acres orphanage. We thank our families for their tremendous generosity and our 17and 18s teams for delivering these special gifts. We believe service is a way of life and our student athletes will continue to strive to make a difference in the lives of other children. Happy New Year to all and best wishes for 2014- 

AZ Sky Congratulates our Student Athletes for Arizona All State Recognition!
Division II First Team: Taylor Woods-Deer Valley, Libero
Division II Honorable Mention: Victoria Svorinic-Notre Dame Preparatory, Setter
Division III Honorable Mention: Gianna Bowman-Bourgade Catholic, Outside Hitter
AZ Sky Coaches have success in High School State Championships!
Congratulations to Beth Lemke, Jackie Switzer and their Northwest Christian team for beating Veritas in a tough five set final match. Coach Wes Goodwin led Veritas to another state championship appearance and gave Northwest Christian a battle for the title. Also congratulations to Amber LeTarte and the Sunnyslope Vikings for another outstanding state tournament and championship. They beat Campo Verde in three sets and dominiated opponents along the way. Lastly, congratulations to Coach Tony Oldani and the Xavier Gators, for another amazing season. They beat Hamilton in a five set championship match that puts them back on top in Division I. Special kudos to all AZ Sky athletes that particpated in the state playoffs at all levels!
Many Thanks To Our AZ Sky Families
Dear AZ Sky Families,
     When reflecting back on the 2013 season there are so many things to be proud of. As a club we performed over 360 hours of community service at St. Vincent De Paul's Watkins Center feeding the homeless and working poor, we provided Christmas gifts to all 99 orphans at Sunshine Acres in the east valley, and we visited Puerto Rico on our second mission trip this summer donating over $1000 towards facility improvements and personal gift bags for 40 orphans while interacting with girls ages 1-18 that were removed from abusive homes. Our student athletes are an impressive group of young ladies that are involved in our community, practice with incredible work ethics, treat their coaches, teammates and opponents with respect and play with passion on the court.
     When it comes to volleyball, AZ Sky successfully competed with the best of teams in Arizona and on the national level. We made our presence known at all age groups and will proudly send 17 of our seniors on to collegiate programs of choice across the country. Our coaches provided quality training, inspiration and motivation to lead our teams to several top finishes at National Qualifiers, Festival and National JO's in Dallas.
Post Season:
National JO's in Dallas (6 teams, a club record)
16 Open played exceptional and finished 13th in Silver (National Division)
15 Open battled in every match and finished 23rd overall (National Division)
15 National overcame season plagued injuries and finished 27th (American Division)
14 Inferno played outstanding and captured 11th in Bronze Division (USA Division)
13 Fearless peaked at the right time this season and finished 27th overall (National Division)
12 N1 Fierce played with heart as they finished 35th in a very competitive 12s age group (National Division).
AZ Sky sent 14 teams to Festival this season and all competed and experienced success on the court. All players developed fundamentally as well as made new friendships and life long memories during post season training. Highlights include: 11R1s finished 20th in the 12s Division, 12N2 finished an incredible 5th in Gold, 13N2 played outstanding and finished 10th in the Contender Division, 13R1 competed in every match and finished 19th overall in the Conquest Division, 14N2 had an exceptional tournament losing only two matches overall and finished 17th in the Conquest Division, and lastly, 18 Open competed in every match and finished 14th overall in the Competitor Division.
AZ Finals:
Congratulations to Tournament Champions 16 Open for winning the Open Division, 15 Open finished 2nd and 12N1 Fierce for winning the 12s Division. This was a great warm up to Nationals and these teams showed tremendous teamwork and effort on the court match after match!
AZ Sky Beach:
This program continues to be a big draw for our indoor players regardless of age. This summer, we brought 25 teams to Hermosa Beach in July to compete in the AAU Beach Championships. This was a great opportunity for our athletes to cross train and for our families to bond and enjoy time at the beach!
National Qualifiers:
Arizona Qualifier (National and American bid)
16 Open won the American bid (received National Bid thru reallocation)
15 Open won the American bid (received USA Bid thru reallocation)
15 National received American bid through reallocation
13N1 won the American Bid (received National Bid through reallocation process)
12N1 finished 1st, won the National Bid
12N2 received a reallocation American bid which was declined
Colorado Crossroads:
18 Gold finishes 26th in Bronze (American Division)
17 Open finishes 30th in Bronze (USA Division)
17 Gold finishes 21st in Silver (American Division)
16 Gold finishes 21st in Silver (American Division)
15 National finishes 5th in Gold (American Division)
14N1 finishes 9th in Gold (USA Division)
13N1 finishes 15th in Silver (USA Division)
Dallas Lone Star:
18 Open finished 18th in Bronze USA Division
Far Western in Reno:
17 Open finished 5th in Gold of the American Division
17 Gold finished 26th in Bronze of the American Division
16 Open finished 11th in the Silver of the Open Division
15 Open finished 6th in Gold of the Open Division
15 National finished 15th in Bronze of the Open Division
Festival Fiesta:
16 Gold finished 9th in Silver, 16 Club Division
15 Open finished 1st in Gold, 16 Club Division
15 National finished 2nd in Gold, 16 Club Division
15 Maroon finished 15th in Bronze, 16 Club Division
14 Inferno finished 4th in Gold, 14 Open Division
14N2 finished 2nd in Gold, 14 Club Division
14 Black Ops finished 9th in Silver, 14 Club Division
13N1 finished 3rd in Gold, 14 Club Division
Fiesta MLK:
16 Gold finished 5th Gold, 16 Club Division
16 Maroon finished 21st Bronze, 16 Club Division
15 National finished 3rd Gold, 16 Club Division
15 Gold finished 13th Silver, 16 Club Division
15 Open finished 14th Bronze, 16 Open Division
Las Vegas Classic:
16 Open finishes 11th overall in the 17 Club division, losing to the winner of the overall tournament in a tough cross pool match.
15 Open finishes 3rd in Gold (American Division) losing to the overall winner in the semi finals.
14 Inferno finishes 2nd in Gold to earn the USA bid
14N2 had an outstanding tournament losing only two matches to finish 9th in Silver of the American Division
12N1 Fierce finished 9th in Silver, in an extremely competitive National Division
13N2 finished 24th in Bronze, American Division
AZ Region Championships:
Region Highlights include:
Teams medaling in the AZ Regionals Open Division:
18 Open (out of 27 teams): 8th place Silver Division
17 Open (out of 16 teams): 4th place Gold Division
16 Open (out of 38 teams): 3rd place Gold Division
15 Open (out of 28 teams in 16 open): 12th place Silver Division
Teams medaling in the AZ Regionals Championship Division:
18 Maroon (out of 28 teams): 9th place Silver Division
16 Gold (out of 47 teams): 5th place Gold Division
15 Gold (out of 47 teams 16s division): 22nd place Bronze Division
14N1 (out of 36 teams): 5th place Gold Division
13N1 (out of 36 teams 14s division): 14th in Bronze Division
Teams medaling in the AZ Regionals Club Division:
14R2 (out of 138 teams): 6th place Gold Division
13N2 (out of 138 teams in 14 Club): 9th place Silver Division
13R1 (out of 138 teams in 14 Club): 15th place Bronze Division
13R2 (out of 138 teams in 14 Club): 18th place Bronze Division
12N1 (out of 36 teams 12 Club): 7th place Silver Division
12R2 (out of 36 teams 12 Club): 12th place Silver Division
12N2 (out of 36 teams 12 Club): 14th place Bronze Division
     Congratulations to all of our coaches and athletes for an amazing club season. Also special thanks to our chaperones/team moms for all their help coordinating meals and team bonding activities throughout tournaments, you are priceless!
      Lastly, DT and I thank all of you for entrusting your daughters in our care for club, it is a privilege that we do not take lightly and we work very hard to exceed your expectations in all aspects of club volleyball. We take a different approach in that we believe in developing the overall student athlete, body, mind and spirit. Developing integrity, humility, strong work ethics, leadership skills, teamwork and sportsmanship are equally as important as mastering fundamentals. We promote service and academic success along with team preparation for competition, so that our athletes have greater opportunity on the court and in life.
      AZ Sky is a work in progress and we will continue to strive for excellence. We will make decisions based on core values with our student athletes in mind. We look forward to the 2014 club season and we will provide several pre-season clinics and an Open House this fall before tryouts.
      I am proud to call myself the Director of AZ Sky Volleyball Club and I thank each and every one of you for your support and friendship throughout the year. Enjoy the remainder of summer and good luck to all of our student athletes trying out for school programs in August.
Many Thanks,
Mary Beth

Kingdom Courts is now offering additional Training Opportunities

AZ Sky is now offering additional training opportunities to enhance our athletes performance on the court. Volleyball Plyometrics is designed to increase vertical jump and improve hand speed. This program will enable muscle to reach maximum force in the shortest time (speed). Plyometrics along with a dynamic weight training program (strength) is the recommended method to achieve maxiumum results. Strength + Speed = Power. For more information click on our strength and conditioning link for training times and details.

AZ Fear Boys VBC

AZ Fear Boys VBC practices out of Kingdom Courts when in season. They have had tremendous success at the older ages and have also implemented a developmental program for boys interested in learning the fundamentals of volleyball . For more information, please see their camp flyer attached below.

   Arizona Sky Volleyball Club
New Logo

Arizona Sky Volleyball Club Director, Mary Beth Svorinic introduces a new logo that embodies our core philosophy:  Teamwork, Integrity and Humility - embedded within the ARIZONA SKY VOLLEYBALL CLUB.

"Displayed in a circle within a circle emphasizing continuity and strength, this new symbol is a visual reminder of the club's commitment and promise to provide a positive environment that will help each member of our family to achieve their life goals on and off the court.", said Mary Beth.

Looking for your Weekend Tournament Location?

AZ Region Volleyball holds its weekend tournaments throughout the state for the 5 divisions for Juniors Girls.  Open Division, Championship, Club 16, Club 14, and Club 12 schedules are generally posted on the region's website each Monday prior to the weekend's tournament play. In addition, in the week following each tournament, results are posted. Click here for the 2010-11 Junior Girls Tournament Schedule.


Handout: AZ Fear Boys VBC

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