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Bay to Bay wins 17s Open after dominating AAU Boys Junior Nationwide Volleyball Championships


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ORLANDO, Florida – That could be a wrap for the 2024 AAU Boys Junior Nationwide Volleyball Championships, the place probably the most groups ever competed within the Orange County Conference Heart, Bay to Bay took house probably the most championships and a few glorious volleyball was performed.

Subsequent 12 months ought to have much more groups however groups must qualify to make the 48-team Open division.

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14s, 15s, 17s Championship Outcomes

14s Open – Staff Rockstar defeated Mountain View 25 — 16, 21 — 25, 15 — 10
14s Premier – Bay to Bay defeated Absolute 25 — 18, 25 — 17
14s Membership – Serve and Spike defeated Tainos 25 — 14, 25 — 12
15s Open – Staff Rockstar 25 — 20, 25 — 18
15s Premier – Membership V MP defeated TVC 25 — 17, 25 — 17
15s Elite – Legion defeated NPJ Seattle 25 — 22, 25 — 18
15s Membership – RCVA defeated Pulse 25 — 17, 20 — 25, 18 — 16
17s Open – Bay to Bay defeated MB Surf 26 — 24, 25 — 21
17s Premier – Torri defeated Santa Monica 25 — 18, 25 — 18
17s Elite – Uno defeated Core 22 — 25, 25 — 17, 15 — 13
17s Membership – Windy Metropolis defeated Warren Sixpack 22 — 25, 27 — 25, 15 — 10

Mixed Championships

— Bay to Bay: 6
— Serve and Spike: 2
— Staff Rockstar: 2
— AVC: 1
— Balboa Bay: 1
— Borinquen: 1
— Membership V MP: 1
— Legion: 1
— OCV: 1
— RCVA: 1
— Sports activities Efficiency: 1
— Quicksets: 1
— Torri: 1
— Triangle: 1
— Uno: 1
— Windy Metropolis: 1

Sunday highlights

Bay to Bay 17s went 11-0, dropping simply three units and beat MB Surf within the Open championship 26- 24, 25-21. Bay to Bay’s high gamers included setter Rafeal Urbina and libero Adrian Liu.

Staff Rockstar 15s completed undefeated after beating Bay to Bay within the 15s Open finals 25-20, 25-18. Rockstar was led by exterior hitter Teddy Mandelbaum and setter Mateo Fuerbringer, who’s the son of Rockstar Director and USA males’s nationwide workforce assistant coach Matt Fuerbringer. Mandelbaum had seven kills, hit .400, had two aces and handed at 2.55 within the closing.

They mentioned it

Teddy Mandelbaum

“Profitable AAUs with an undefeated report is a superb feeling, particularly with distinctive teammates and coaches. All 12 months we went on constant serving runs and performed essentially sound volleyball.”
 Teddy Mandelbaum, Staff Rockstar 15s Open exterior hitter

“It feels wonderful, all of us have labored so arduous our whole careers for a second like this. Coming from a small membership in Colorado final 12 months to now being a member of Bay to Bay and 2024 Open nationwide champion is surreal.”
Rafael Urbina, Bay to Bay 17s Open setter

“It meant a lot to me to it as a result of my father received me concerned in volleyball. In a couple of weeks it is going to be a 12 months since he handed away and that made this win really feel a lot extra particular.”
Christian Chow, Staff Rockstar 14s Open.

All-tournament groups

14s Open
— Logan Flores, Staff Rockstar (MVP)
— Tobin Ley, Mountain View
— Jack Wolf, Staff Rockstar
— Ethan Tiu, SC Legends
— Javier Negron, GVA Boys
— Joshua Trodd, MB Surf
— Kimball Olsen, Membership V MP
— Santiago Marquez, Staff Rockstar
— Tyler Berent, Mountain View
— Noah Pabarcus, Coast
— Joseph Iarrobino, 630
— Dane Schaefer, MB Surf
— Lucas Bretana, GVA
— Justin Tu, Mountain View
14s Premier
— Nathan Lee, Bay to Bay
— Luca Marcello, Bayou
— Ryan Rheaume, Absolute
— Aydin Mesic, Bay to Bay
— Parker Henderson, Arizona Worry
— Sosene Schuster, APEX
— Todd Pham, Adversity
— Jacson Falconer, Excel
— Johnathan Yee, Bay to Bay
— Shane Braun, Absolute
— Bryson Puckett, Louisville
— Jonah Tuaniga, APEX
— Jonathan Magro, Arizona Worry
— Luke Boatright, Absolute
14s Membership
— John King, Serve and Spike MVP
— Fernando Dilan, Tainos
— Ethan Quach, Mountain View
— Lucas Li, Mountain View
— Noah Riddell, Santa Monica
— Henry Lee, Serve and Spike
— Jayson Ruiz, Legion
— Aiden Hrotko, Lockport
— Lucas Watson, Bay to Bay
— John Villanueva, Tainos
— Money Conner, Santa Monica
— Madix Yoshizu, Serve and Spike
— Atlas Richardson, Bay to Bay
— Joaquin Castaneda, Tainos
15s Open
— Mateo Fuerbringer, Staff Rockstar
— Joshua Paulette, C2 Assault
— Isaac Gloria, Bay to Bay
— Teddy Mandelbaum, Staff Rockstar
— Logan Hutnick, Pinnacle
— Daniel Salas, Coast
— Everett Wagner, Aspire
— Diego Rodgriquez, Bay to Bay
— Owen Baldikoski, Balboa Bay
— Elogious Holder, Staff Rockstar
— Rafael Milchan, MB Surf
— Daniel Hornyak, Coast
— Daniel Booker, Balboa Bay
— Nolan Marks, Bay to Bay
15s Premier
— Ty Reynolds, Membership V MP (MVP)
— Nathan Lyons, Seaside
— Ashton Shewell, Membership V MP
— Henry Her, TVC
— Justin Pullen, MAVS
— Ethan Pham, Houston Volleyball Academy
— Andrew Gutierrez, Vegas United
— Jack Spowal, HPSTL
— Gabriel Suria, TVC
— JJ Faiivae, Membership V MP
— Greyson Holcomb, Synergy Drive
— Ty Ahlstrom, Vegas United
— Leonardo Meoni, Houston Volleyball Academy
— Darl Alexander III, TVC
15s Elite
— Jonah Brett, NPJ Seattle
— Luke Nowocien, LVC
— Darren McWilliams, Santa Monica
— Andrew Eager, Sidewinder
— Daniel Castro, Legion
— Carson Christiansen, NPJ Seattle
— Jasper Catteart, Kinnect
— Evan Goldberg, Mountain View
— Yecxiel Vazquez, San Juan
— Noah Hanes, LVC
— Nicholas Castillo, Legion
— Luke Bosanac, NPJ Seattle
— Arnaldi Pastrana, San Juan
— Vincent Bonomo, Legion
15s Membership
— Joshua Seifert, RCVA
— Chase Jordan, Tainos
— Julian Kotas, RCVA
— Allan Lee, Seaside Cities
— Delancey Lee, Pure Aloha
— Joseph Lee, Pulse
— Shreyas Sanghubattla, Paradox
— Carter Zee, Seaside Cities
— Vincent Dufour, Houston Volleyball Academy
— Mitul Sendilkumar, Paradox
— Jerrud Java, Pulse
— Bryce Johnston, RCVA
— Siler Gideons, Gents of Kiwi
— Nathan Kai, Pulse
17s Open
— Adrian Liu, Bay to Bay
— Kieran Dumain, Balboa Bay
— Mikey Millikan, Academy
— Akea Gealon, MB Surf
— Mentioned Bennaji, Houston Volleyball Academy
— Ben Bayer, MKE Sting
— Zachary Flynn, Bay to Bay
— Andrew Chapin, MB Surf
— Doolin Stober, Vanguard
— Rafael Urbina, Bay to Bay
— Aleksey Mikhailenko, MKE Sting
— Nick Whitley, Academy
— Jacob Little — Phillips, Winter Park
— Grayson Bradford, MB Surf
17s Premier
— Gustavo Perez, Torrimar
— Reagan Miller, Prevail
— Quentin Huhman, MAVS
— Jose Camacho, Torrimar
— Kingston Jerome, Vegas United
— Benjamin Salanski, MAVS
— Talis Aubier — Hatch, SG Elite
— Leandro Lopez, Torrimar
— Sean Marquart, Santa Monica
— Thomas Shi, Crown Metropolis
— Camilo Gonzalez, Orlando Gold
— Bryson Sain, Santa Monica
— Jared Wang, Crown Metropolis
— Matt Fisher, Santa Monica
17s Membership
— Elijah Landeros, Windy Metropolis (MVP)
— Michael Swiderski, WVBA
— Deetric Evans, SC Legends
— Wyatt Younger, RCVA
— Sabastian Pardol, Windy Metropolis
— Noah Sims, Warren Sixpack
— Lucas Pynn, LVC
— Isaac Izeta, Membership 1 Boys
— Benjamin Mendoza, SC Legends
— Nathan Mungcal, Windy Metropolis
— Anthony Pizzulli, Warren Sixpack
— Jian Bacerdo, Membership 1 Boys
— John Femiano, Warren Sixpack
17s Elite
— Jackson Fowler, Uno (MVP)
— Ryan Demuro, Mountain View
— Gavin Cantada, Core
— Kalan Nicol, 630
— Jarrett Key, Ocean Bay
— Drew Johnson, Uno Boys
— Vihaan Pradhan, Core
— Dallas Manaku, Serve and Spike
— Charles Dugan, AJV
— Connor Williams, Serve and Spike
— Connor Latta, Uno
— Joseph McGreal, 630
— Alexander Arbez, DNA
— Joel Abraham, Core

In our story on July 4, we didn’t embody the 16s Premier All-Event workforce:
Ian Weng, Bay to Bay (MVP)
Dylan Hand, Legion
Kale Palmer, Arizona Worry
Brandon Quiambao, Bay to Bay
Micah Kalima-Keohohina, Pure Aloha
Matthew Fitzgerald, Sportime
Robert Warmington, Balboa Bay
Tyler Louie, Crimson Rock
Nathaniel Koahou, Pure Aloha
Zack Speakman, Bay to Bay
Benjamin Hone, Membership V MP
Benjamin Warner, Crimson Rock
Trey Assad, Balboa Bay
Maluhia Tandal, Pure Aloha

VolleyballMag contributor Kevin Pratte is the boys varsity coach at The Bishop’s College in La Jolla, California and Grant elementary bodily schooling trainer. Pratte, who lives in San Diego, performed on the College of Pacific. He was a graduate assistant at Nebraska, an assistant at Pacific, and has coached on the junior school degree. He is also a university recruiting coordinator, Rotary member, president of the www.kevinprattefoundation.com, host of the KP HERE Podcast and editor of the boys volleyball web site middlehitter.com

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