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REGISTRATION NOW AVAILABLE FOR PREDS BEACH LEAGUE, GROUP BEACH LESSONS, ADULT AND YOUTH BEACH TOURNAMENTS
All K-W Predators Beach programs are now available for registration. The club has a new website, www.predsbeach.org, for its beach program which is now up and running. For all information on our beach program visit our new website or click the Preds Beach button on the left hand side of this page.
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18U Boys Win Provincial Bronze
The Preds 18U Boys put forth a valiant fight in an attempt to be the provincial champions for a THIRD time. The boys had 9 matches over the 3 days, winning 8. The only match loss was to London Fire, the eventual tournament champions in the semi finals.
Over the course of the weekend the team beat the number 1 ranked team - Pakmen (bronze medal) and the number 2 ranked team Durham Attack (in pool play). Both matches were won in 2 straight sets.
As a graduating team, the athletes have done a great job wearing the Predators name on their jerseys. They have set a performance standard in the club by earning 2 Provincial Championships, 2 Provincial Bronze Medals, 2 National Silver Medals, 1 National Gold Medal (Div 1- Tier 2) and a top 10 finish at US Nationals.
The team will compete in their final Age Division Tournament at Nationals in Edmonton. Then they are off to the next chapter in their lives.
Congratulations to the parents (and Barrett Schitka - their first coach) of these fine athletes for instilling the values of commitment, hardwork and perseverance. Those qualities helped them to achieve all their successes! Their futures are bright!
18U Girls Bring Home Div 1 Tier 2 Silver
Our Club's 18U representatives did an outstanding job this weekend at provincials placing one rank ahead of their seed and placing them 11th overall in Ontario. The tournament format was a peculiar one consisting of 21 total, 3 pools of 7. Preds were seeded 12th and through serpentine seeding were placed in the toughest pool A. Our first match was a good warm-up for the day when playing Pegasus 18U. The squad overcame the Kingston team handily 25-6, 25-16 with line ups receiving equal playing time. After a 2 match wait the Preds would face the 6th place seed and dropped both sets 17-25 and 18-25. Our next match would not fair any better as the 1st placed seed and eventual tournament championships Lakeside 18U took us 13-25 and 19-25. The girls show a lot of heart during the last set as they fought to make the opposing team earn their points. [read more]
14U Girls Black End Season With Gold
The 14U girls black traveled to Rochester, NY to compete in their last tournament of the year, the WEVA Rally III. We opened the day playing and defeating Pasadigm Mercy U14 25-9 and 25-18. Our second match against Lakeshore U14, started off well with our setter Sarah Lescki breaking her coaches record of 19 serves in a row with a serving run of 24. We easily won that match by scores of 25-1 and 25-16. The 3rd pool play match was against Fairpoint U14 and again we won handily 25-14, and 25-7. The final match of pool play was against Crossroads Fate with this being a fight for first place in the pool. With passing and execution the girls captured first by winning 25-13 and 25-17.
On to the playoffs! The structure of the playoffs consisted of a semi-final and a final. In the semi's we faced Xtreme Red U14. We suffered our first loss of the day falling 20-25, but we regained our composure to win the second set 25-12 and a nail-biting 3rd set 15-12. In the finals we played the 1st place team from the other pool VFX Wish, a 12U team. Unfortunately, the girls did not take this team seriously and they came out and stomped us 13-25 in the first set. After an uplifting talk the girls played their hearts out and served them off the court for a 25-12 win, bringing us into a 3rd game. We started slow and found ourselves down 2-6 but we battled back slowly to tie the game at 10-10. At that point we pulled away with serving and captured the Gold with a 15-10 win! Throughout this tournament the girls really pulled it together. It was our first over-night trip and the girls really got a chance to bond and become a team. Keeping composed and being positive, the coaches learned a lot about themselves as well. It was a great season (one bronze, and two golds) and look forward to more success in the future!
17U Girls Black Host Golf Fundraiser
The 17U Girls Black team will be hosting a fundraiser on May 3 at the Grand Valley Golf and Country Club. Come out an support our girls with a barbecue and a fun night of golf. Details appear below:
When: May 3, 2013 starting at 7:00 pm
Where: Grand Valley Golf and Country Club, 1910 Roseville Road, Cambridge
Details: $35.00 per person which includes a BBQ, all night golf supplies, 9 holes of golf, ball and glow stick (you should bring a flash light).
Contact: Frank at 226-989-4884 or Jackie at 519-589-7293