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Tuesday, July 9
2013 Highlights and Top Tournament Results

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. Tournament Highlights include:
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).
Festival:
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!
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.
SoCal:
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
AZ Sky competes well on the National level in Dallas and at Festival in Phoenix.

Six AZ Sky teams represented our club and Arizona extremely well in Dallas. We are very proud of our coaches and athletes as well as their accomplishments throughout the entire season and this tough competitive tournament. 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 (USA Division), 13 Fearless peaked at the right time this season and finished 27th overall(National Division) and 12 N1 Fierce played with heart as they finished 35th in a very competitive 12s age group (National Division).

Top Festival and AZ Finals Finishes

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, 18 Open competed in every match and finished 14th overall in the Competitor Division.

Congratulations to Champions 16 Open for winning the Open Division and 12N1 Fierce for winning the 12s Division at AZ Finals. This was a great warm up to Nationals and these teams showed tremendous teamwork and effort on the court!

Congratulations to All AZ Sky Athletes Making High Performance Teams/Programs

Congratulations and Kudo's to the following players for ouststanding personal acheivements in HP (If I am missing any AZ Sky Player please email azskyvolleyball@gmail.com so our website can be updated):

Beach: Taylor Woods (16 Open), Alyna Draper (13 Fearless)-A2, Kendall Nagai (13 Fearless), Victoria Svorinic (16 Open), Lindsey Weiler (16 Open) and Caroline White (13 Fearless) - A3

Girls Invitational Youth: Kate McCulley (17 Gold), Alicia Tanico (17 Open) and Alternate Clarissa Cartledge (17 Open)

Girls Future Select National Training: Tori Anderson (13N1 Fearless)

A3 Youth National Training: Lexi Ham (15 Open)

Future Select National Development Program: Kate Spellman(12N1 Fierce)

Kingdom Courts Hosts its first College Coaches Skills Camp

We were privileged to have six outstanding collegiate coaches provide 18 hours of incredible instruction to our athletes. Thanks to David Rubio-University of Arizona, Greg Gibbons-University of Pacific, Chris Lamb-Wichita State, Kellee Roesel-Cal Lutheran University, Don Flora-Texas Tech University and Grayson DuBose-Utah State University for this unbelieveable opportunity! Many thanks to AZ Sky Coaches who participated and assisted in this three day clinic!

AZ Sky Thanks All Families that Supported the Puerto Rico Mission Trip!

Many thanks to all who contributed to the Puerto Rico Mission Trip. We had an amazing experience and many lifelong memories and friendships were made. The first part of our trip was geared towards service. We donated $1000 towards the El Hogar Orphanage along with 40 individual gift bags containing t-shirt, personal hygiene items, and candy. These girls have been pulled from their home due to extremely poor conditions and abuse. Girls range in age from newborn-20 year olds. The nuns and girls welcomed us with open arms into their home and were very grateful for our donations. Our girls toured the facility, danced and played volleyball and basketball with the orphans and when the weather changed, they played in the rain together. It was a very moving and emotional experience for many and the highlight of the trip for all. For the educational part of the mission, we visited Yunke Rain Forest and ziplined through the forest (5 ziplines included. We also received information about how the island and rain forest came to be and how they are preserving the Rain Forest), hiked to the waterfalls in the middle of the Rain Forest and swam in the pools/waterfalls. We later experienced a Bio Bay Excursion in Fajardo where the girls paired up in 2 person Kayaks and were guided through Mangrove trees out into a lagoon. The phosphorous sea life glowed in the water and they learned about the Bio Bay and how precious they are and how they are being preserved. (There are very few in the world today) We ended up having a huge water fight on our way back to shore. We next toured Old San Juan and the El Morro Fort where the Spanish American war was fought. We visited the Cathedral first as all soldiers did when entering the gates of San Juan and then walked the cobblestone streets of this quaint old charming city. This was where the girls did their shopping for souvenirs. Lastly the third part of this trip was about volleyball and we played in a Friendly Scrimmage with OE3, Boriquen and Casa Cuba Club teams. The girls exchanged t-shirts and jerseys and competed against each other in a fun competitive tournament. After they showed tremendous hospitality and kindness and BBQ for our teams. This experience is unforgettable and the Puerto Rican people are warm, welcoming and generous. Ed Martell and Mary Beth Svorinic hope to offer this trip again next year so more of our athletes can participate and share in this experience.

AZ Sky Finishes Strong at the AZ Region Championships

Congratulations to all teams for an outstanding season at AZ Sky this year. We are very proud of our coaches and players for representing our club so well. 6 Teams qualified for Junior Olympic Nationals in Dallas, 16 seniors earned scholarships to their schools of choice, several teams had top finishes at out of state qualifiers and overall we finished very well at regionals. We greatly appreciate every one of our athletes and thank them for their dedication and hard work given on and off the court this year. We thank all of our parents for giving AZ Sky the privilege and opportunity to work with your daughters. We look forward to post season play and gearing up for 2014!
Highlights from 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
Highlights from 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
Highlights from 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
14N1 Inferno wins a USA bid in SoCal!

Congratulations to the following AZ Sky teams that qualified for USAV JO Nationals in Arizona: 12N1, 13N1, 15 National, 15 Open and 16 Open! We are very proud of our coaches and players and their accomplishments on the court!

AZ Sky's 14N1 Wins a USA bid in SoCal. This team played outstanding all weekend and demonstrated perserverance, teamwork and heart. Five additional Sky teams won bids at the AZ Qualifier and will represent Arizona proudly in Dallas this summer. This is an impressive achievement for these young ladies and coaches and we congratulate them all. Bids won: 12N1-National, 13N1-National,14N1, USA, 15 Open-USA, 15 National-American, and 16 Open-American. We look forward to watching our teams compete in Dallas!

Thanks to all AZ Sky teams participating in the St. Vincent De Paul Community Service Project!

Several teams have volunteered to work at St. Vincent De Pauls dining room on Watkins St. They are greeting and serving dinner to working poor families, tutoring children, helping out with administrative needs and cleaning up the dining room when the session is over. We are priviledged to be able to serve others and we are very proud of our athletes for making a positive difference in the lives of children.

AZ Sky teams have outstanding finishes at the Las Vegas Classic, Colorado Crossroads and SoCal tournaments

Congratulations to the following teams for outstanding tournament play and medal finishes. We are very proud of our coaches and athletes and thank them for representing AZ Sky so well!

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.

Colorado Crossroads: 13N1 finishes 15th (USA Division), 14N1 finishes 9th in Gold (USA Division), 15 National finishes 5th in Gold (American Division), losing in the third set to Nebraska the tournament overall winner, 16 Gold finishes 21st in the Silver (American Division), 17 Open finishes 30th in Bronze (USA Division), 17 Gold finishes 21st in Silver (American Division) and 18 Gold finishes 26th in Bronze (American Division).

SoCal (Las Vegas): 15 Open finishes 3rd in Gold (American Division) losing to the overall winner in the semi finals.

AZ Sky is Proud to Announce that several of our seniors have signed letters of intent with their schools of choice. We wish them the best of luck and much success in their new endeavors!

Congratulations to all of our seniors that are in the process of taking official visits and have signed letters of intent with collegiate programs of their choice. We officially honor and recognize their achievements on Senior Night, April 16th 7:15pm. All AZ Sky friends and families are welcome to join in the celebration. All seniors have received offers, some are still making final decisions and others have chosen to focus on academics. Kudos to the following student athletes:

Marissa Armstrong: College of New Rochelle, Brittany Bruning: Scottsdale Community College, Andalyn Duke: Simmons College, Monica Fisher: Ashford University, Cassie Hendricks: Troy University, Kaitlyn Hertzog: Carnegie Mellon University, Marinda Killeen: Masters College, Alysa Klassen: Faulkner University, Ali Mayer: Muhlenberg College, Hannah Mercurio: Embry Riddle, Katie Olsen: Aurora University, Megan Salamun: Southern New Hampshire University, Ali Svorinic: Colorado Mesa University, Gabby Miller: Vassar College, Allison Furno: Arizona Christian University and Sara Westerman: South Mountain Community College.

 Many thanks to all AZ Sky families and teams that participated in sponsoring Sunshine Acres for Christmas!

AZ Sky sponsored a Christmas service project for all children at the Sunshine Acres Orphanage in Mesa. 99 children between the ages of 1-18 plus a few college kids will receive gifts of their choice in hopes of bringing a little Christmas joy and spirit to their lives. We keep these children in our prayers and wish them a Healthy and Happy New Year! Kudos to Coach Nick Palmer for helping to coordinate this awesome project.

AZ Sky is proud to announce that several of our athletes were recognized on Arizona Republic's All State Volleyball Teams. We congratulate all of them on their personal and high school team achievements!

Division I All State Second Team

Cassie Hendricks: Senior OH, Pinnacle

Marinda Killeen: Senior S, Horizon

Division I All State Honorable Mention

Morgan Harlan: Junior S/MB, Xavier

Sierra Ruiz: Junior OH, Boulder Creek

Division II All State Second Team

Ali Svorinic: Senior S, Notre Dame Preparatory

Division II All State Honorable Mention

Brittany Bruning: Senior OH, Deer Valley

Monica Fisher: Senior L, Sunrise Mountain

Ali Mayer: Senior S, Paradise Valley

Megan Salamun: Senior MB, Notre Dame Preparatory

Victoria Svorinic: Sophomore L, Notre Dame Preparatory

Division III All State Honorable Mention

Sydney Siegel: Freshman L, Thunderbird

Kirsten Nguyen: Junior S/Opp, Thunderbird

Lindsey Weiler: Sophomore OH, Thunderbird

Division V All State Honorable Mention

Sarah Mulhern: Sophomore OH/S, Veritas Prep



Tuesday, July 9
2012 All State Recognition
AZ Sky is proud to announce that several of our athletes were recognized on Arizona Republic's All State Volleyball Teams. We congratulate all of them on their personal and high school team achievements!

Division I All State Second Team

Cassie Hendricks: Senior OH, Pinnacle

Marinda Killeen: Senior S, Horizon

Division I All State Honorable Mention

Morgan Harlan: Junior S/MB, Xavier

Sierra Ruiz: Junior OH, Boulder Creek

Division II All State Second Team

Ali Svorinic: Senior S, Notre Dame Preparatory

Division II All State Honorable Mention

Brittany Bruning: Senior OH, Deer Valley

Monica Fisher: Senior L, Sunrise Mountain

Ali Mayer: Senior S, Paradise Valley

Megan Salamun: Senior MB, Notre Dame Preparatory

Victoria Svorinic: Sophomore L, Notre Dame Preparatory

Division III All State Honorable Mention

Sydney Siegel: Freshman L, Thunderbird

Kirsten Nguyen: Junior S/Opp, Thunderbird

Lindsey Weiler: Sophomore OH, Thunderbird

Division V All State Honorable Mention

Sarah Mulhern: Sophomore OH/S, Veritas Prep

Thanks and Congratulations!



Monday, July 30
AZ Sky 2012 Season Highlights and Tournament Standings

2011-2012 season highlights:

·        AZ Sky players were selected to the USA National A1 and A2 Select teams and AZ Region High Performance teams for indoor and beach

·        AZ Sky beach players qualified for AAU Junior Olympics

·        Over 120 players participate in our beach program, increasing success indoors at all age levels

·        AZ Sky teams have qualified for the Junior Olympics’ ten years straight. We sent four teams (12 Green Lantern, 13 Intensity, 14 Adrenaline and 15 Booya) to Columbus this year with 14N1 finishing 5th in the National Gold Division. Highlights include 13 Intensity beating 5th ranked Mad Frogs on center court and all teams competing in every match with several going three sets, exceptional work ethics and teamwork was demonstrated throughout the tournament.

·      16 Rumba and 14 Mojo win AZ Region Championships.

·       18 Gold finished third in the Open division of the AZ Region; 1st in club history to finish in gold at this age level

·        All seniors wanting to play at the collegiate level signed with their school of choice. All seniors had multiple offers to schools at the DI,DII, DIII, NAIA and Junior College levels. Two players signed Letters of Intent in April: Tarah Dabovich signed with Minot State University and Mariah Cox signed with Salt Lake Community College. Danielle Parker will sign with Glendale Community College on April 25th and Victoria Fajardo and Kailaa Heaney have verbally committed to Scottsdale Community College and South Mountain Community College.

·       17 teams participated in the post season Festival Tournament. Great participation was had at opening ceremonies and AZ Sky had a tremendous presence in the team parade. Several teams played extremely well and finished in gold, silver and Bronze: 18 Maroon, 17 Crazy Aunt Doris, 16 Serendipity, 14 Elevation, 14N3, 13 Chips and Salsa, 12 N2 Swagamuffins and 12 Golden Crush.

·        AZ Sky teams finished well in all post season tournaments: AZ Finals (16 Serendipity took 1st in 16’s division and 14N2 took 1st in 14’s division), Girl Power (12 Green Lantern took 1st and 12R1 took 2nd) and Sol Survivor (14N2 and 14N3 played outstanding in Silver, 15 Booya finished in Gold). Special kudos to 18 Maroon for winning Girl Power (16 Serendipity finished 2nd, 17 Crazy Aunt Doris finished 3rd)

·       Top AZ Region Results for Open Division:  

     18 Gold finished 3rd in Gold, 17 Maroon finished 12th in Bronze, 16 K.I.S.S finished 8th in Silver, 15 Booya finished 9th in Silver   

·       Top AZ Region Results for Championship Division:

     17 Gold finished 5th in Silver, 16 Rumba Region Champions in Gold , 16N2 Bolt finished 20th in Bronze, 15N1 finished 7th in Gold, 15N2 finished 12th in Silver, 14 Adrenaline finished 3rd in Gold, 14Elevation finished 7th in Silver, 14N3 finished 11th in Silver

·       Top AZ Region Results for Club Division: 

     16N3 finished 3rd in Gold,15R1 Heat finished 5th in Gold with a run of 30 plus straight wins and winning Vulture Peak, 14R1 Mojo Region Champions in Gold, 13N2 Swag finished 10th in Silver, 13R1 Impact finished 16th in Bronze, 12N1 Green Lantern finished 3rd in Gold, 12N2 Swag finished 11th in Silver, 12R1 Golden Crush finished 18th in Bronze

·       Fiesta Classic Top Finishes:            

     15 Booya wins Gold championship in 16 Club Division (out of 93 teams) and 14 Adrenaline ties for 7th in 16 Club Division (out of 93 teams)

·       Colorado Crossroads Top Finishes in Gold/Silver/Bronze 

     13 Intensity finishes 5th in Gold American Division, 14 Adrenaline finishes 13th in Open Division, 17 Maroon finishes 30th in National Division, 18 Gold finishes 23rd in National Division

·       Southern California Qualifier Top finishes:    

     15 Booya finished tied for 15th in Open, 14 Adrenaline finished 11th in Open, 14 Elevation finished 23rd in Silver, 13 Intensity finished 17th in Silver, 12 Green Lantern finished 19th in Bronze

·       Dallas Lonestar Classic Top Finishes:  

     18 Gold wins Silver National Division, 16 K.I.S.S. finishes in Silver

·        AZ Sky Adrenaline having an incredible experience in Puerto Rico on the Volley4Life  Mission Trip that focused on community service at an Orphanage, visits to educational sites such as  Old San Juan, El Morro and ziplining through the rain forest and volleyball by playing in a four team round robin tournament with different Puerto Rican club teams.



Thursday, May 17
2012 Region Championships


18 Maroon: Finished 17th in the Open Division (out of 25)

18 Gold: Finished 3rd in the Open Gold Division (highest finish in AZ Sky History for an 18s team; (out of 25))

17 Maroon: Finished 12th in Open Bronze Division (out of 16)

17 Gold: Finished 5th in Silver Championship Division (out of 26)

16 Open KISS: Finished 8th in Open Silver Division (out  of 28)

16N1 Rumba: Region Champions in Championship Gold Division (out of 46)

16N2 Bolt: Finished 20th in Championship Bronze Division (out of 46)

16N3: Finished 3rd in Club Gold Division (out of 68)

15 Open Booya: Finished 9th in Open Silver Division (out of 28)

15N1 Ikaika: Finished 7th in Championship Gold Division (out of 46)

15N2 Kryptonite: Finished 12th in Championship Silver Division (out of 46)

15R1 Heat: Finished 5th in Club Gold Division (had an incredible run of 30 plus match wins; (out of 68 teams))

14N1 Adrenaline: Finished 3rd in Championship Gold Division (out of 36)

14N2 Elevation: Finished 7th in Championship Silver Division (won Silver Division out of 36)

14N3 Blaze: Finished 11th in Championship Silver Division (out of 36)

14R1 Mojo: Region Champions in Club Gold Division (out of 128)

14R2Threat: Finished 23rd in Club Division (out of 128)

14R3 Spikettes: Finished 65th in Club Division (out of 128)

13N1 Intensity: Finished 20th in Championship Division (out of 128)

13N2 Inception: Finished 10th in Club Silver Division (out of 128)

13R1 Impact: Finished 16th in Club Bronze Division (out of 128)

13R2 Chaos: Finished 48th in Club Division (out of 128)

12N1 Green Lantern: Finished 3rd in Club Gold Division (out of 60)

12N2 Swag: Finished 11th in Club Silver Division (out of 60)

12R1 Golden Crush: Finished 18th in Club Bronze Division (out of 60)

12R2 En Fuego: Finished 21st in Club Division (out of 60)

12R3 Ninjas: Finished 39th in Club Division (out of 60)

11N1 Prelude: Finished 24th in Club Division (out of 60)



Accomplishments

2011-12 Club Accomplishments and Highlights

Lisa Lillis sign with Rose Hulman 8/1/11 and Trianna Henry signs with NAU 11/6/11

2010-11 Club Accomplishments and Highlights

National Junior Olympics in Atlanta:

15 Open -American Gold Division Champions at Junior Olympic Nationals in Atlanta

13N1- Bronze Division Champions at Junior Olympic Nationals in Atlanta

5 AZ Sky teams Qualify for Nationals?

Festival Tournament:

16 Open, 15N2, 14N1 and 14R1 finish top half of competition

13 AZ Sky teams compete in the tournament and participate in Opening Ceremonies

Arizona Region Tournament:

17N1 place 3rd in Gold (championship) Division in the AZ Region

16N1 place 2nd in Gold (Championship) Division in the AZ Region

15 Open place 1st in their age group and 4th overall in 16 Open Division

14N1 Black Ops - 14 Gold (Championship) Division Champions

13N1 place first in their age group, fifth overall in the 14 Championship Division

17 Open team competes in first Division vast majority of the season and qualifies for Nationals (a first for AZ Sky at the 17s age group)

Colorado Crossroads Qualifier:

17 Open place 9th in Gold Division

15 Open place 5th in Gold Division

14N1 place 9th in Gold Division

13N1 place 5th in Gold Division

Lone Star Classic Qualifier:

12N1 place 5th in Gold Division

Northern Lights Qualifier:

17 Open place 5th in Gold Division

Southern California Qualifier:

15 Open place 6th in Open Gold Division

14N1 place 3rd in Gold Division

13N1 place 5th in Gold Division

2009-2010:

2010 FINISH

AZ KICKOFF

FIESTA

COLORADO

ANNAHEIM

MINNESOTA

AZ REGION

NATIONAL

FESTIVAL

GIRL POWER

12N1

1st in 12's, 5th in 14's

5th

1st

29th National

12N2

9th

33rd

25th

18th

2nd

12R1

7th

8th

41st

12R2

13th

11th

42nd

12R3

14th

27th

13N1

1st

2nd

3rd

3rd

3rd National

13N2

9th

21st

24th

22nd American

13R1

21st

31st

13R2

9th

28th in Club

13R3

29th

57th in Club

14N1

1st in 16 CLUB

2nd

3rd in Open

1st

21st Open

14N2

Finalist

40th

4th

18th

1st in 16's, finalist in 18's

14R1

3rd

17th

53rd

1st

14R2

9th

8th in Club

94th

5th

14R3

9th

13th in Club

95th

2nd

14R4

25th

47th in Club

15N1

21st

35th

47th

31st

30th

2nd in 16's

15N2

50th

98th

30th

16N1

3rd in Open

3rd

1st

4th in Open

13th National

16N2

45th

95th

19th

16R1

25th

16R2

12th in Club

18N1

32nd in Open

53rd

39th

16th in Open

30th

AZ Sky’s Arizona Region Championships: 14

AZ Sky’s Best in age group finishes: 16

AZ Sky’s bids won for Jr. Olympic National competition: 33

2010 AZ Region 

5 Teams qualified for USAV JO’s: 12N1,13N1,13N2,14N1,16N1                                                                       

2 Teams were Region Champions: 12N1, 14N1, and 13N1 Finished First in Age Group                          

9 Teams participated in Festival   

16N1: Won the Minneapolis Northern Lights Qualifier, placed 3rd at Colorado Crossroads, Placed 3rd in open at Fiesta, finished 13th at Nationals

14N1: Won the 16 Club Division at Fiesta, 2nd in Colorado Crossroads, 3rd in Open, Division at SoCal Qualifier, 1st in AZ Region, 21st in the Open Division at Nationals

13N1: Placed 2nd at Colorado Crossroads, 3rd at SoCal Qualifier, 3rd at Nationals, 3rd in AZRegion, finished 1st in AZ Kickoff

13N2: Finished 21st at Colorado Crossroads & 22nd at Nationals in the American Division

12N1: Placed 1st in AZ Region, 1st in AZ Kickoff, 5th at Colorado Crossroads and finished 29th at Nationals

2009     AZ Region 
   15-1 Region Champions 
   14-1 Region Champions 
   13-1 finished 1st in 13's age group
 
   12-1 Region Champions

   Junior Olympics in Miami 
   15-1 finished 37th of 48 National 
   14-1 finished 5th of 48 National 
   13-1 finished 5th of 48 National
   13-2 finished 39th of 48 American
   12-1 finished 25th of 48 National

2008     AZ Region
   13-1 finished 1st in 13s age group

   Junior Olympics in Dallas
   14-1 finished 1st of 48 American
   13-1 finished 10th of 48 National
   13-2 finished 27th of 48 American
   12-1 finished 13th of 48 National
 

2007     AZ Region
   14-1 Region Champions
   13-1 finished 1st in 13s age group
   12-1 Region Champions

   Junior Olympics in Minnesota (American Division was created for 12's)
   13-1 finished 13th of 48 National
   13-2 finished 37th of 48 American
   12-1 finished 11th of 48 National

2006     AZ Region
   14-1 Region Champions
   13-1 finished 1st in 13s age group
   12-1 Region Champions

   Junior Olympics in Atlanta (American Division was created for 13's)
   14-1 (earned the National bid but had to decline)
   13-1 finished 14th of 48 American
   12-1 finished 43rd of 64 National

2005     AZ Region
   13-1 finished 1st in 13s age group
   12-1 Region Champions

   Junior Olympics in Salt Lake City (American Division was created for 14 and older)
   16-1 finished 34th of 48 National
   15-1 finished 39th of 48 National
   14-1 finished 31st of 48 American
   13-1 finished 23rd of 64 National
   12-1 finished 13th of 64 National
   12-2 finished 51st of 64 National

2004     AZ Region
   13-1 finished 1st in 13s age group
   12-1 Region Champions

   Junior Olympics in Houston
   15-1 finished 37th of 64
   14-1 finished 23rd of 64
   12-1 finished 21st of 64
   12-2 finished 54th of 64

2003     AZ Region
   14-1 Region Champions
   12-1 Region Champions

   Junior Olympics in Atlanta
   14-1 finished 5th of 64
   13-1 finished 57th of 64

2002     Junior Olympics in Salt Lake City
   14-1 finished 10th of 64

2011 News:

Lisa Lillis signs with top engineering school Rose Hulman, and Triana Henry verbally commits to Division I Northern Arizona University.

AZ Sky Beach Program has success in Hermosa Beach at the USAV Beach Invitational. Jordan Anderson/Victoria Svorinic and Alexis Patterson/Dani Westfall win Silver Medals in the Gold Division of the U15 and U17 age groups. 

15 Open wins the American Division at Junior Olympics in Atlanta. Madeline Mertz, Alexis Patterson and Jordan Anderson were selected to the All Tournament team with Mertz named MVP of the tournament.

Jordan Anderson, Madeline Mertz, Dani Westfall and Skylar Wine are selected to the Arizona Region High Performance Team. Alexis Patterson and was named to the National A2 High Performance Team.

18 Open Outside Hitter, Courtney Samudio signs with Trinity Christian College in Palos Heights, Illinois. Coach Bill Schepel says that "Courtney definitely has the potential to make an immediate impact in our program.”

2010-2009 News:

18N1 Outside Hitter, Shelby Switzer signs with North Park University. AZ Sky congratulates Shelby and wishes her the best of luck in her collegiate career. Shelby will compete under Coach Tim Walenga in the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin.

18N1 Middle Blocker, Abbey Kleinsmith signed with Hendrix College and will compete in the NCAA Division III Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference. Good luck Abbey, AZ Sky is proud of your accomplishments and looks forward to following your collegiate career.

Congratulations to 14N1 Mia Teilborg for being selected for the High Performance Girls' Select A1 Program. Great job Mia, we are proud of you!



   
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