U14 Raiders spike a first-place win

News Apr 30, 2009 Flamborough Review

The Waterdown Raiders U-14 girls’ volleyball team just participated in the U-14 OVA Tournament at Brock University.

The girls, coached by Shannon Donnelly and Jen Paradise-McCurdy, played excellently all day, competing against teams from Etobicoke, Oakville, Brant and Cambridge.

The team paired up with the Niagara Rapids Blue in the gold medal match, and after three tightly fought games with scores of 26-24, 23-25 and 15-8, the Raiders wrapped up the tournament in first place.

On Saturday April 4, the Raiders participated in the “Digging for a Cure” Volleyball Tournament in support of Cancer research in Burlington. The girls, dressed in pink for the day, played up an age group, competing against the U-15 girls. Once they adjusted to a much quicker, attacking game, they settled in and gave a solid performance.

This weekend, the team will participate in the Tier 1 Provincial Championships at Rim Park in Kitchener.

-Submitted by Liz McDonald

U14 Raiders spike a first-place win

News Apr 30, 2009 Flamborough Review

The Waterdown Raiders U-14 girls’ volleyball team just participated in the U-14 OVA Tournament at Brock University.

The girls, coached by Shannon Donnelly and Jen Paradise-McCurdy, played excellently all day, competing against teams from Etobicoke, Oakville, Brant and Cambridge.

The team paired up with the Niagara Rapids Blue in the gold medal match, and after three tightly fought games with scores of 26-24, 23-25 and 15-8, the Raiders wrapped up the tournament in first place.

On Saturday April 4, the Raiders participated in the “Digging for a Cure” Volleyball Tournament in support of Cancer research in Burlington. The girls, dressed in pink for the day, played up an age group, competing against the U-15 girls. Once they adjusted to a much quicker, attacking game, they settled in and gave a solid performance.

This weekend, the team will participate in the Tier 1 Provincial Championships at Rim Park in Kitchener.

-Submitted by Liz McDonald

U14 Raiders spike a first-place win

News Apr 30, 2009 Flamborough Review

The Waterdown Raiders U-14 girls’ volleyball team just participated in the U-14 OVA Tournament at Brock University.

The girls, coached by Shannon Donnelly and Jen Paradise-McCurdy, played excellently all day, competing against teams from Etobicoke, Oakville, Brant and Cambridge.

The team paired up with the Niagara Rapids Blue in the gold medal match, and after three tightly fought games with scores of 26-24, 23-25 and 15-8, the Raiders wrapped up the tournament in first place.

On Saturday April 4, the Raiders participated in the “Digging for a Cure” Volleyball Tournament in support of Cancer research in Burlington. The girls, dressed in pink for the day, played up an age group, competing against the U-15 girls. Once they adjusted to a much quicker, attacking game, they settled in and gave a solid performance.

This weekend, the team will participate in the Tier 1 Provincial Championships at Rim Park in Kitchener.

-Submitted by Liz McDonald