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TAV 14 Asics, Omaha Wave 14 ICE, NCVC Black 14-1 Win Titles

July 05, 2009, 5:26 p.m. (ET)

MIAMI, Fla. (July 5, 2009) – The 30th USA Junior Olympic Girls’ Volleyball Championships, hosted by USA Volleyball at the Miami Beach Convention Center, crowned three champions in 18-and-under age division brackets on Sunday as the 10-day event runs from June 26 to July 5.

TAV 14 Asics (North Texas) claimed the final gold-medal of the tournament with the 14 Open Division title after defeating Invasion 14-Black (Heart of America) 25-22, 26-24. TAV 14 Asics topped Asics MAVS 14-1 (Heart of America) 25-19, 25-18 in the quarterfinals and OVA 14 Asics (Florida) 25-18, 25-21 in the semifinals. Invasion 14-Black reached the title match by handling St. Louis CYC 14 Green (Gateway) 25-15, 25-17 in the quarterfinals and Wave 14J Spalding (Southern California) 26-24, 25-17 in the semifinals.

Omaha Wave 14 ICE (Great Plains) took home the 14 National Division title by sweeping ClubOne 14 Red Diamon (Rocky Mountain) 25-20, 25-19 in the championship match. Omaa Wave 14 ICE defeated NKYVC 14-1 Tsunami 25-17, 22-25, 15-11 in the semifinals and SCVC Roxy 14-1 25-18, 17-25, 15-9 in the quarterfinals. ClubOne 14 Red Diamon topped Blackswamp 4 Fittante (Ohio Valley) 25-19, 25-14 in the semifinals and A5 141 Scott (Southern) in the quarterfinals.

NCVC Black 14-1 (Northern California) won the 14 American Division title after defeating silver medalist NE Elite Havoc (Great Plains) 25-23, 25-23. NCVC Black 14-1 advanced to the title match by defeating city Beach 14 Black (Northern California) 16-25, 25-23, 15-9 in the semifinals and Impact 14 Blue (Southern) 25-23, 25-21 in the quarterfinals. NE Elite Havoc swept SVA 14U Elite (North Texas) 25-19, 25-22 in the quarterfinals and Wave 14Janna Spalding (Southern California) 25-23, 25-23 in the semifinals.

This year’s USA Junior Olympic Girls’ Volleyball Championships includes 9,500 athletes from 788 teams. The tournament will crown 19 champions in age divisions ranging from 12-18. Open Division titles are disputed for the 14s, 15s, 16s, 17s and 18s, while National Division and Open Division contests championships for all seven age groups.

Gold Bracket Results for 2009 USA Junior Olympic Girls’ Volleyball Championships
12 National: Gold – GVA Red 12-1 (Puerto Rico); Silver – Asics MAVS 12-1 (Heart of America); Bronze – NE Elite Extreme (Great Plains) and SG Elite 12RoShambo (Southern California)
12 American: Gold – Mavericks 12 Phil/Nicho (Southern California; Silver – Xtreme 12 Black (Lone Star); Bronze – St. Louis CYC 12 Blue (Gateway) and Laguna 12 John (Southern California)
13 National: Gold – MadFrog 13s National (North Texas); Silver – Asics MAVS 13-1 (Heart of America); Bronze – St. Louis CYC 13 Green (Gateway) and Vision 13 Gold (Northern California)
13 American: Gold – SCVC Roxy 13-1 (Southern California); Silver – Impact-131 (Lone Star); Bronze – Ren Clev 13 Royal (Ohio Valley) and Woodlands Wave 13 Black (Lone Star)
14 Open: Gold – TAV 14 Asics (North Texas); Silver – Invasion 14-Black (Heart of America); Bronze – OVA 14 Asics (Florida) and Wave 14KJ Spalding (Southern California) 14 National: Gold – Omaha Wave 14 ICE (Great Plains); Silver – ClubOne 14 Red Diamon (Rocky Mountain); Bronze – NKYVC 14-1 Tsunami (Ohio Valley) and Blackswamp 4 Fittante (Ohio Valley) 14 American: Gold – NCVC Black 4-1 (Northern California); Silver – NE Elite Havoc (Great Plains); Bronze – Wave 14Janna Spalding (Southern California) and City Beach 14 Black (Northern California)
15 Open: Gold – TAV 15 Asics (North Texas); Silver – Asics MAVS 15-1 (Heart of America); Bronze – Santa Barbara 15 Blue (Southern California) and A5 151 Heidi (Southern)
15 National: Gold – Laguna 15 Wizard (Southern California); Silver – CVC 15 Black (Ohio Valley); Bronze – Circle City 15 Purple (Hoosier) and SA Xtreme 15 National (Lone Star)
15 American: Gold – Vision 15 Blue (Northern California); Silver – TAV 15 Molten (North Texas); Bronze – C4 Crush 15 (Gateway) and Mizuno M1 151 (North Country)
16 Open: Gold – KCPOWER 16-1; Silver – TCA SC 16-Black; Bronze – City Beach 16 Black and Miz LB 16 Mizuno
16 National: – Wave 16Katie Spalding; Silver – A5 161 Gabe; Gold Bronze – OK Peak Performance 16-1 and Northern Lights 16-1
16 American: Gold – Impact 16 Bryan; Silver – Dinamo 16-Elite; Bronze – Santa Barbara 16 Blue and Springfield 16Blue
17 Open: Gold – Miz Long Beach Mizuno (Southern California); Silver – Northern Lights 17-1 (North Country); Bronze – Vision 17 Gold (Northern California) and Wave 17 Jeanne Spalding (Southern California)
17 National: Gold – CVC 17 Black (Ohio Valley); Silver – Sports Shack 17-1 (Southern California); Bronze – AJV 17 Mizuno (Lone Star) and Club West 17 Elite (Southern California)
17 American: Gold – 951 Elite 17-1 (Southern California); Silver – Oho Elite 171 (Ohio Valley); Bronze – SG ELITE 17Roshambo (Southern California) and Goldenwest 17 Asics (Southern California)
18 Open: Gold - Nebraska Juniors 18-1 (Great Plains); Silver - Wave 18Brenn Spalding (Southern California); Bronze - Laguna 18 MS (Southern California) and Vision 18 Gold (Northern California)
18 National: Gold - AVA TX 18 Performance (Lone Star); Silver - Santa Barbara 18-Blue (Southern California); Bronze - TAV 18 Molten (North Texas) and Maverick A.C.E. 18 M (Ohio Valley)
18 American: Gold - Texas Tornados 18 Mizuno (Lone Star); Silver - Golden Bear 18 FF (Northern California); Bronze - Laguna 18 Tuan (Southern California) and Pinellas Heat 18 Elite Florida

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