Spiketown Spotlight (Fall 2017 Edition)
Caroline McMahon (Outside Hitter)
Caroline McMahon, on Spiketown's 18U National Team, has been recognized by The Oregonian as one of the Top 50 Volleyball Players to watch in 2017-2018. " As a sophomore [in 2016], the 5-foot-8 outside hitter totaled 194 kills and was voted second team all-state. “Her court presence and awareness make her an excellent defender, as well as an excellent attacker, even as an undersized front row player,” Cascade Christian coach Rob Kleker said. She is being recruited by several nationally ranked volleyball programs.” Oregonian Link http://www.oregonlive.com/sports/index.ssf/2017/09/oregon_high_school_volleyball_6.html
Spiketown Spotlight (Spring 2017 Edition)
Spiketown Spotlight (Summer 2016 Edition)
Aubrey Kievit (Libero)
Aubrey Kievit, Spiketown 16 National Team, was selected to train USA Volleyball High Performance Indoor National Team Programs.
Kievit, Libero, accepted the invitation to train with Girls Youth A3 National Training Team Program in Sonoma, California. Kievit was the only Spiketown player who accepted the invitation to train alongside with two other CEVA players at Sonoma State University, which consisted of 64 players from around the country.
Link: 2016 USA A3 National Training Programs (Sonoma)
Raleighanne Weaver (MB)
Middle Blocker Raleigh Weaver became the first ever player from Spiketown VBC to sign a letter of intent to play volleyball in college. Weaver, 6'2" Senior from Butte Falls, signed with NCAA Division II Davis & Elkins College in Elkins, West Virginia.
Link: Weaver Signs with School (Mail Tribune)