PNQ Spans Two Weekends in Spokane
WVBA 14 Molten get to know their opponents Friday in Spokane
SEATTLE, WA--Mar 24, 2014
All nine teams are participating in the Pacific NW Qualifier in Spokane over two weekends. The 13s and 14s played last weekend while the15s-18s will play this coming weekend. The PNQ is played at three different locations in Spokane and Cheney.
PNQ Week #1
WVBA 14 Molten played in the 14 American division and went 3-5 in matches. They beat Kraken, Sand Point, and Pac Coast and finished 17th overall. Their losses came at the hands of Mac Jrs of Portland, SF Tremors of San Francisco, College Prepatory Academy of Cheney, South Sound VBC of University Place, and Pacific Coast of Auburn. SF Tremors won the whole thing and Mac Jrs finished 4th.
WVBA 13 Mizuno played in the 14 American division along with 14 Molten. 13 Mizuno went 3-4 despite playing up in the 14s division and finished 35th out of 48 U14 teams. Their wins came over Strike Force, Rain City and Bothell while dropping matches against PJVBC, YVBA, Ridge Valley and MIVBC.
PNQ Week #2
WVBA 17 Mizuno will be playing in the 17 Open Division and will begin play as the #16 overall seed and #4 team in Pool 3. They are joined in this first round pool by #1 Red Rock Black 17-1 from Santa Rosa, CA, #2 SVVC Fusion U17 National from Snohomish County, WA, and #3 AVA TX 17 Team Rox from Houston, TX. The Academy 17s will play SVVC Fusion in their first match on Court 21 at the convention center at 9:00am Friday.
PNQ Week #2-Cont'd
WVBA 15 Mizuno will be playing in the 15 Open Division and will start play as the #12 overall seed and #3 team in Pool 4. They are joined in this first round pool by #1 AVA TX 15 Team Rox from Houston, TX, #2 Hawaii Elite 15-Blue from Honolulu, HI, and #3 Shockwave U15 from Tri-cities, WA. They will begin play on Friday vs. AVA at 8:00am on Court 35 at the Convention Center.
WVBA 15 Molten will be playing in 15 Open also. They will begin play as the #15 overall seed and #4 team in Pool 2. They are joined in this first round pool by #1 H Skyline 15 RSB Royal from Houston, TX, #2 VIP Juniors 15 from Spokane, and #3 NCVC Black 15-1 from northern California.
You can follow each of our teams as they play for three days in Spokane at the AES website. #WeAreWVBA.
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