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Colorado Crossroads Recap: Chips On Shoulders, Medals On Necks

AZ Storm Played For More Than Just A Bid and Medal In Denver…

When Colorado Crossroads had the opportunity to be the first event hosted in the Colorado Convention Center, it was apparent that there would be challenges that came along with it. Covid regulations that included providing testing and health protocol, limitations on spectators, and even roster sizes seemed to have the biggest impact. One club that felt the impact in a major way was Arizona Storm Elite VBC. But that didn't stop them from finding success. It added a chip on their shoulder and motivated the club even more, enough to take home gold and a bid in the 17 Open division fo those who couldn't be there.

Don’t forget check out the full results, as well as our previous day One and Two recaps, 15 Open Recap, 16 Open Recap, and Stars from Day One and Two.

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    May 14, 2021 at 1:36 pm

    Interesting there was no mention in this article of the other team that tied for Bronze in open. Team Indiana 17-1 Elite Voltage. Those girls played their hearts out and were so happy to qualify for Nationals.

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