The CVC 14U Cardinals participated in the MVSA Capital Festival Tournament Fight Back with Fitness Challenge. The Cardinals won the challenge and raised $1900 for pediatric cancer research.
Natalie Alper, a player on our 18U Comets team and student at Atholton HS, was one of thirteen recipients that have been chosen for the 2013 Minds In Motion Scholarships provided by The Allstate Foundation.
This is the sixth year for this highly competitive scholarship program which awards $1,000 toward post-secondary education to each of the female and male senior student-athletes chosen who attend an MPSSAA school and participate in MPSSAA recognized sports.
For more information about this great achievement, visit www.allstatefoundation.org
CVC 17U Eclipse placed 2nd (Silver) at the CHRVA Regional Championships earning a bid to 2013 USAV Junior Nationals in Dallas, TX in June! Pictured: (Back Row) Coach Laura Kuckuda, Becca Bateman, Meg Ross, Mallory Baldwin, Lindsey Scepura, Emmie Petti, Coach Kenny Mills; (Front Row) Marisa Duncan, Kristen Ritchie, Sydney Biniak, Jessie Link and Morgan Perry
Nine CVC teams competed over the past weekend in the 2013 ASICS North East Qualifier located in venues in Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington DC. After 3 tough days of competition against teams from all over the country, CVC teams posted outstanding results:
- 13U Eagles go undefeated on Day 2 and finish in the Bronze Bracket
- 14U Condors go undefeated on Day 2 & 3 and win Flight 1
- 15U Typhoon start strong on Day 1 and finish in the Bronze Bracket
- 15U Storm finish with a 6-2 record and win the Silver B Bracket
- 16U Thunder finish with a 5-3 record and take the Flight 2B Bracket
- 16U Lightning take 1st on Day 2 net and finish in Gold Bracket with 9th place
- 17U Stars go undefeated on Day 2 and finish in Flight 1
- 17U Eclipse place 2nd on Day 1 & 2 nets & finish in Gold Bracket with 9th place
- 18U Comets take 1st on Day 1 net & win the Bronze B Bracket
The CVC Condors 14’s team took second place at the Saint Marys college invitational tournament in southern Maryland on 2/3. They did not lose a game until the finals, making several come from behind victories in pool play and the tournament. They met another undefeated team in the finals – a team which no other team had scored more than 10 points against all day. They lost to this team 29-27 in the final game. It was an incredible tournament for the Condors and they played very well. Congratulations Condors