16U Lightning

Head Coach – Michael Rainbow
Assistant Coach – Monica Owensby
Parent Representatives – Kevin and Lisa Young

The Lightning regularly scheduled practice days are:

Tuesday, 7:00pm – 9:00pm, Glenwood Community Center
Thursday, 8:00pm – 10:00pm, Volleyball House
Sunday, 3:00pm – 5:00pm, Volleyball House
Positional Training, Wednesday, 5:30pm – 7:00pm Volleyball House


# Name Height Grad Year School
5 Pia Michelitsch 5' 1" 2017 Washington Int'l. School
56 Madison Paige 5'10" 2018 Long Reach High School
37 Sammy Lala 5'9" 2016 River Hill High School
6 Kaitlyn Young 5'7" 2017 Bowie High School
42 Angela Cottrell 5'10" 2017 Severna Park HS
28 Mitra Harrison 5'8" 2017 Catonsville High School
35 Saadia Sahadeo 6' 2" 2016 Northwood High School
22 Emily Przybyla 6'0" 2018 Centennial HS
41 Sabrina Han 5' 7" 2017 Centennial High School
33 Elena Breda 5' 8" 2017 River Hill High School
11 Elayna Williams 5' 10" 2017 Mount Hebron HS


Date Tournament Location
1/10/15 MDJRS 16s OPEN Jessup MD
1/17/15 MLK Classic Lancaster PA
1/31/15 Delaware Jrs VBC 16's Location TBD
2/7/15 Maryland Elite Challenge Laurel MD
2/14/15 Capitol Hill Classic Washington DC
2/21/15 MAPL York PA
3/14/15 Shamrock Festival Roanoke VA
3/28/15 NEQ Qualifier Philadelphia PA
4/18/15 CHRVA Regional Championships Richmond VA
5/2/15 Columbia 15/16 Invitational Elkridge MD
5/9/15 MVA Rites of Spring Rehobeth DE
5/23/15 South Atlantic Champ Richmond VA

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CVC Recognizes Player Achievements for 2014 Season


At our annual CVC banquet on January 9th we were able to recognize several players and coaches for their accomplishments during the 2014 high school season. Players from our 18U Comets, 17U Eclipse and 16U Lightning teams were recognized for All-Metro, All-Conference and All-County awards throughout the entire Baltimore / Washington area.

For more information about these achievements, please click here.

CVC Players Participate in CHRVA High Performance program


Players work hard over the Summer and off-season to become better players. One great way to do this is to tryout for, and participate in, USAV’s High Performance training program which culminates in a national tournament, typically in late Summer where regions such as CHRVA compete against one another.

Three of our current CVC players made CHRVA High Performance teams for the Summer of 2014 and attended the USAV 2014 Indoor High Performance championships in Tulsa, Oklahoma. From 16U Lightning, Emily Przybyla and Madison Paige; and from 15U Storm, Alexa Welch. Nice job, ladies!