Michio Chicago 15 National rules open division at JVA Summerfest in Columbus

Michio Chicago 15 National defeated CVC 15 Black to win the 15 Open division at the JVA Summerfest in Columbus last weekend.

It was hot fun in the Summer(fest)time for Michio Chicago 15 National last weekend.

Michio Chicago 15 National overcame the loss of one of their best attackers and a field of 36 teams Sunday to win the 15 Open division at the JVA Summerfest at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus. Ohio.

Michio finished 7-0 in the tournament dropping only three sets along the way, defeating Tri-State Elite 15 Blue, 25-22, 23-25, 21-19 in the semifinals and Cleveland Volleyball Club 15 Black, 25-21, 25-15, in the championship match.

The girls from Chicago also won without one of their top hitters, 6-foot-2 rightside hitter Logan Grevengoed from Chicago Christian, who was sent home with after becoming sick and experiencing a very high fever.

“The girls stepped up and got it done,” said Michio club director Diane Mikulskis.

Members of Michio Chicago 15 National are: Chloe Arteaga, a libero/defensive specialist from Marist; Sarah Morton, a libero/defensive specialist from Munster (Ind.) High School; setter Dovile Gorys from Lockport; middle hitter Kylie Brosius from Marist; and outside hitter Peyton Brokemond from Mother McAuley.

Also, outside hitter Haley Melby from Munster (Ind.) High School; rightside/middle hitter Kamryn Chaney; middle hitter Mary Clare Brusek from Marist; middle/rightside hitter Madison Vänder Meer-Erickson from Lake Central (Ind.); and Caroline Macander, a setter from Mother McAuley.

The head coach of Michio Chicago 15 National is Vlad Frenc, who is assisted by Erica Harris.

      

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