AAU Junior Olympic Games

Houston, Texas

Aug. 02 - 06, 2016


U-16 Girls
Houston, Texas
August 2-6, 2016



The AAU Junior Olympic Games are known as the largest national multi-sport event for youth in the United States. It has become the showcase event of the AAU Sports Program. Since its beginning in Washington, D.C., the AAU Junior Olympic Games have been conducted in 19 states and 30 cities across the United States. "There's nothing junior about it" has become the theme of the AAU Junior Olympic Games while growing to over 16,000 participants in over 20 sports. The Games popularity has exploded to now represent all 50 states and several United States territories. (From www.aaujrogames.org)

LOCATION:
Houston Sports Park
12131 Kirby Drive
Houston, TX 77045

Congratulations to the following AAU Junior Olympic Games Winners:

FIRST PLACE: Royal
Head Coach: Will Bryne
Not in Order: Liliana Clarkson, Shannon Daley, Lindsay Dickinson, Mia Duchars, Megan Frost, Ryleigh Heck, Samantha Jaehnig, Amanda Jordan, Casey Joye, Katherine McGuire, Siofra Murdock Aubrey Mytych, Morgan Rigual, Amber Rose, Shealyn Tatara
 
SECOND PLACE: Lime
Head Coach: Elzeth Hetzel
Not in Order: Gabrielle Barraco, Emily Berlinghof, Cailin Bownas, Abby Carpenter, Camryn Litjens, Sophia Mackrella, Alia Marshall, Bridget Molyneaux, Madelyn Moran, Victoria Raulin, Kathryn Samaranayake, Anneliese Wareham, Ella Wareham, Lili Wareham, Madeline Zimmer
 
THIRD PLACE: Pink
Head Coach: Kelly Hubbell
Not in Order: Hailey Bitters, Sasha Bull, Georgia Eberle, Annie Judge, Madison Kahn, Jerri Lankford, Autumn Littlefield, MEgan McGuinness, Samantha Palmer, Devon Reilly, Peyton Tollasken, Stephanie Weber, Taylor Weber, Alexandria Wesneski
 
 
THIRD PLACE: Red
Head Coach: Mimi Smith
Not in Order: Aaliyah Carter-Hernandez, Elizabeth Denehy, Theodora Dillman, Emma Gladstein, Caroline Hanan, Mackenzie Kile, Grace McGowan, Morgan Merritt, Samantha Minrath, Grace Norair, Katharine Olmsted, Tori Palumbo, Alana Richardson, Ashley Wetzel, Jaiden Wittel