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Wrapping Up the Big Girls at Crossroads

Norco 17 Black readies itself for the Club V assault. Norco won the match in three to clinch the first Open bid for this group

Norco 17 Black readies itself for the Club V assault. Norco won the match in three to clinch the first Open bid for this group

One would think, as I have already written ten articles about the weekend that was at Crossroads, that there would be very little to write in the wrap up.

One would think…

Truth is, I’m not just someone who likes to “hear himself write.” There truly is more to say about what happened in Denver on Saturday and Sunday.

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2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. jamesterrell5

    March 15, 2017 at 10:00 pm

    John, enjoyed the wrap up. I agree Crossroads was an enjoyable tournament to watch with some great teams. See you in Dallas.

  2. spicerk1

    March 17, 2017 at 9:45 am

    Nice to see AZREV having the success that they are without their dynamic Libero Reagan Leonard who tore her ACL before the season started. AZ REV has consistently been in the shadows of big name clubs Storm, Club One, Aspire, and EVJ but have put together a very competitive team this year even with 2 2018’s in critical positions and missing Leonard. AZREV was the only AZ team in Gold at CO and despite TAV not being in Dallas, REV and Aspire held off some very good teams (Natl Qualifiers) to play in the championship there.

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