AAU Junior Olympic Games

Detroit, Michigan

July 31 - Aug. 03, 2017


U-16 Girls
Detroit, Michigan
July 31 - August 3, 2017



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)

CHECK-IN LOCATION:

Suburban Collection Showplace
46100 Grand River Ave
Novi, MI 48374

Monday, July 31, 2017
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.


Congratulations to the following AAU Junior Olympic Games winners:


FIRST PLACE: Purple
Coach: Jen Johnstone

Not in order: Lee Ann Gordon, Madeleine Zimmer, Jannelle Volk, Annika Herbine, Hannah Jarvie, Eliana Manriquez, Lindsey Stagg, Caroline Verhappen, Kerrianne McClay, Regan McCrossan, Cassandra Romanczuk, Alyssa Maynard, Amanda Middleman, Maggie Lamb, Katharine Olmstead, Addie Clark, Clara Morrison


SECOND PLACE: Orange
Coaches: Alex Gheorghe & Courtney Veinotte

Not in Order: Frederique Fyhr, Madison Baciuska, Sara STone, Abbigail Starnes, Jane Onners, Rachel Fleig, Morgan Bradford, Maddie Vicars, Hannah McKenney, Morgan Merritt, Kellen Richbourg, Noor Kaur, Abby Danson, Annabel Skubisz, Madison DiPietro


THIRD PLACE: Black
Coach: Don Warner

Not in Order: Courtney Kenah, India Reed, Sydney Woolston, Rebecca Lawn, Gery Schnarrs, Sally Snead, Samantha Jaehnig, Theresia Keppel, Tara Somers, Erica Spallone, Ella Wareham, Alana Richardson, Brynn Crouse, Piper Hampsch, Lexie Hausheer, Grace McGowan