Check out the results from this past weekends Power League 1 as well as locations for all teams at Power League #2.
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Bay to Bay 18-1
The 18’s had a strong showing at Power League 1 going 4-1 on the day taking second place. The first points tournament provided lots of opportunities for improvement for our eldest teams. The 18-1’s will be in the Gold division for Power League 2 at Jackson Sports Academy in Sacramento.
Bay to Bay 18-2
The 18-2’s went 2-2 at Power League 1 and got the short end of the stick of a 3-way tie in pool play, losing out by less than 1 point. In the challengers bracket the 18-2’s went 1-1 and will move to the silver division for Power League 2 at Hillmar High School.
Bay to Bay 17-1
The 17-1’s went 4-1 in the silver division this weekend, losing in the finals. Coach Beau, Hillary, and Bryan’s team continues to catch their groove and has shown tremendous early growth. The 17-1’s will be in the Gold division for Power League 2 in Sacramento.
Bay to Bay 17-2
The 17-2’s lost both morning matches in three set thrillers but closed out the day with a strong 25-14, 25-15 sweep. Coach Mark and Kevin’s team are looking forward to the next competition opportunity in two weekends. The 17-2’s will compete at East Union High School in the Aqua division for Power League 2.
Bay to Bay 16-1
Competing in the Gold division of 18-under provided multiple competitive matches for the 16-1’s. The team lost two close matches in the morning pool losing 15-12 and 15-13 in the third set. This propelled them into the contenders bracket where they fell short against Bay to Bay 18-2’s. The 16-1’s will compete again at Hilmar High School in the Silver division for Power League 2.
Bay to Bay 16-2
Coach Chris and Ryan’s team split the morning pool and move into the winners brackets. In their first match they fell to Bay to Bay 15-1’s and then lost a very closely contested match 15-17 in the third set. Coach Chris offered these words of wisdom from legendary USA Volleyball coach John Kessel: “It is just part of competition, sometimes you are the big dog and sometimes you are the hydrant.” The 16-2’s will be in the Gold division at Jackson Sports Academy for Power League 2.
Bay to Bay 15-1
Coach Chad and Jason’s team went 4-1 at Power League 1, losing in the finals of the 16-under division. This team has shown a tremendous amount of hard work and dedication throughout the first part of the young season, and their investment is paying dividends! The 15-1’s will be the #2 seed in the Gold division at Jackson Sports Academy for Power League 2.
Bay to Bay 15-2
The 15-2’s went 1-3 on the weekend, and lost two close matches 13-15 and 15-17 in the third sets. The team has shown some great signs of improvement making the jump from the 7’4” net to the 8’ net. The 15-2’s will compete in the Bronze division at Watsonville High School for Power League 2.
Bay to Bay 15-Club
Coach Jarrod and Alec’s team had a great weekend, going 3-2 and moving up into the Bronze division at Watsonville High for Power League 2. The teams two losses came during three set battles and the boys showed great resiliency. 15-Club setter Ethan Castillo made the SportsCenter top play of the weekend, you can check out the play below:
Bay to Bay 14-1
The 14-1’s went 2-2 on the weekend while competing in the Silver division of the 16-under division. Both losses came with the score of 12-15 in the third set. Coach Frank and Allie are extremely excited by the growth of the team and ability to respond to adversity. The 14-1’s will compete in the silver division at Los Medanos College for Power League 2.
Bay to Bay 14-2
The 14-2’s were nicknamed the “cardiac kids” after Power League 1, going to three sets in all four of their matches. The 14-2’s fell in the quarterfinals by a narrow margin (12-15) but closed out the day with a thrilling 15-13 win. They will enter Power League 2 as the #5 seed in the Gold division at North Salinas High.
Bay to Bay 14-Club
Coach Ryan and Chris’ team played some of the most exciting volleyball of the tournament. The team has quickly found a rhythm and understanding of how to play together. Credit that to the leadership of Coach Ryan and Chris, the 14-Club boys play disciplined defense and limit their errors, a winning combination at the 14-under division. The 14-Club team will come in as the #6 seed in the Gold division for Power League 2 at North Salinas High.
Bay to Bay 13-1
The 13-1’s continue to perform well in the 14’s division, narrowly missing a berth in the finals after a three set loss. The team finished the tournament strong with a two set sweep in the 3rd place match. They will kick off Power League 2 as the #3 seed in the Gold division at North Salinas High.
Bay to Bay 13-2
The 13-2’s had a strong showing in the Gold division at Power League 1. After two close matches in the morning pool, the 13-2’s entered the contenders bracket on a mission. The boys won their first match in the bracket and situated themselves with a chance to remain in Gold, eventually falling in two sets to a strong 14’s team. The 13-2’s will move to the Silver division at the Skylane Facility in Santa Rosa for Power League 2.
Bay to Bay 12-1
America’s team went 3-1 on the weekend, losing a three set match in the finals of Silver. Coach Evan and Lacey are extremely excited to bring the boys up to the Gold division at North Salinas High for Power League 2.
Power League 1 Highlights
Bay to Bay had 10 teams move up or hold their current division placement after Power League 1.
The 12-1’s are the youngest team to reach the Gold division of 14-under this season.
In the Bay to Bay coaches fantasy football league, 16-2’s assistant coach Ryan Bridge handed 18-1’s assistant coach Ryan Smith his first loss of the season. There is now a 3-way tie for first place between 18-1’s Ryan Smith, 13-1’s Matt Alongi, and 17-1’s Beau Barron. Holding down last place is 17-2’s assistant coach Kevin Tran, sitting at 0-5.