Mountain Junior volleyball teams close out regular season
Eagle Valley girl invited to train with elite volleyball teamDaily Staff ReportThe Front Range Volleyball Club (FRVBC) Mountain Division teams completed their regular season last weekend with a pair of Junior National Qualifier tournaments. At the Far Western Tournament in Revo, Nev., the Mountain 15s finished at the top of Division 2 with a 5-2 record. In the first round of pool play, the Mountain 15s went 1-2 and were relegated to Divison 2 for the duration of the tourney.But the Mountain 15s rebounded, going 2-0 on the second day of the tournament and advancing to the semifinals. After the girls beat Orangevale Cali Black in the semifinals, they rolled through the Force VBC 15s in the finals in two straight games. The Mountain 15s finished in 48th place overall out of 75 teams.In Minneapolis, the Mountain 17s went winless in the first round of pool play. Much like their younger counterparts, the Mountain 17s rebounded to win their next three matches before falling to Premier 17 Black of Nebraska in the semifinals of the Flight 3B playoffs. They finished the tournament in 63rd place out of 93 teams.Top choiceEagle Valley freshman Kelsey Foster was invited to train with the Front Range Volleyball Club’s 15 White team in Denver. The squad is the top 15-under team in the FRVBC’s program and finished the regular club season ranked No. 2 in the Rocky Mountain Region.Vail, Colorado
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