November 19th, 2013

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Front Range Volleyball Club
8480 Upland Drive Suite 100, Englewood CO, 80112 Phone: 303-770-9435

FRVBC Players Receive Colorado High School Honors

Colorado Coaches of Girls Sports All State Games

Division 5 Taylor Loyd, Eaglecrest High School & FRVBC 18 Black.

Congratulations to Taylor as she signs her letter of intent to play at Denver University in 2014!

Colorado All-League Volleyball Teams 2013

Centennial League (5A/4A)

First Team - Haley McLaren, Grandview, 18 Black, Jordyn Poulter, Eaglecrest, 18 Black

Second Team - Taylor Loyd, Eaglecrest, 18 Black.

Colorado Springs Metro League (5A)

First Team - August Raskie, Rampart, 18 Black

Continental League (5A)

First Team - Kelly Brunstein, Highlands Ranch, 18 Black, Nikki Kennedy, Legend, 18 Black, Natalya King, Regis Jesuit, 18 Black, Allison Smith, Ponderosa, 18 Black

Second Team - Hannah Braun, Highlands Ranch, 16 Blue, Kendall Hanak, Rock Canyon, 15 White, Ellise Lech, Ponderosa, 17 Silver, Natalie Passeck, Chaparral, 18 Black, Jasmine Evans, Highlands Ranch, 16 Blue

Honorable Mention - Victoria Macaluso, Rock Canyon, 17 Silver

Jefferson County League (5A)

First Team - Ali Williams-Daughtery, Ralston Valley, 18 Gold

Second Team - Lyric Hebert-Watkins, Ralston Valley, 16 Blue, Brogan Wallin, Dakota Ridge, 17 Silver

Honorable Mention - Kendall Stillwell, Bear Creek, 16 Blue

Jefferson County League (4A)

First Team - Jace Kleffner, D'Evelyn, 17 Silver

Metro League (3A)

First Team - Blayke Hranicka, Holy Family, 17 Silver

Mile High League (2A)

First Team - Braya Hunt, Denver Christian, 16 Blue

The following 21 FRVBC athletes participated in the Colorado High School State Tournament:

18 Black - Hayley Mclaren, Taylor Loyd, Jordyn Poulter, Natalya King, August Raskie, Kelly Brunstein, Allison Smith. 18 Gold - Amanda Wesner, Glenna Yancey. 17 Silver - Melanie Patenaude, Katie Ireland, Kristina Schell, Ellise Lech, Cami Sawyer, Blayke Hranicka. 16 Blue - Toni McDougald, Melissa Evans, Hannah Braun, Jasmine Evans. 16 Red - Laural Lech, Madison Ferguson.


Join us on Saturday, 23 November, 7:00 PM at the Front Range Facility

Get to know your new teammates and fellow parents! Join us for potluck, games and activities, and a good time!

Please bring an appetizer, dessert or drink item for the potluck. The portions should be enough to feed 10-12 people.

Upcoming Events and Important Dates

Nov 23: Kick Off the Season Party (see above) Note Revised Practice schedule for that day!
Nov 25 Revised practice schedule - see FRVBC website calendar
Nov 27-30 No girls practices - Thanksgiving break
Dec 8 Pictures (see below for times)

FRVBC Picture Day

Sunday December 8th

9:00-9:20 am - 12 Pink 
9:20-9:40 am - 13 Scarlet
9:40-10:00 am - 13 Navy 
10:00-10:20 am - 14 Amber 
10:20-10:40 am - 14 Royal 
10:40-11:00 am - 15 White 
11:00-11:20 am - 15 Cardinal 
11:20am-11:40 am - 16 Blue 

11:40-12:00 pm - 16 Red
12:00-12:20 pm - 17 Silver 
12:20-12:40 pm - 18 Gold 
12:40-1:00 pm - 18 Black 
1:00-1:20 pm - Boys 141 
1:20-1:40 pm - Boys 161 
1:40-2:00 pm - Boys 181 
2:00-2:20 pm - All 3 Boy's Teams 2:20-2:40 pm - Coaches

The following vendors will be available for orders on the day:

Mizuno - shoes & ankle brackes
ASO - ankle braces
Moss Embroidery - FRVBC gear 
Mad Sports Stuff - extra practice and game gear
Please arrive 20 minutes before scheduled picture time.

The Gathering Place

Front Range Volleyball Club will again use this holiday season to help those in need by collecting items for The Gathering Place.

ABOUT US: (from The Gathering Place website)
The Gathering Place is Denver’s only daytime drop-in center for women, their children, and transgender individuals who are experiencing homelessness and poverty. We provide programming and services to an average of 260 people every day.

We are a community of safety and hope where positive relationships, choice, and essential resources transform lives.

We serve women, children, and transgender individuals who are experiencing homelessness or poverty.  We believe in hope as an important change agent and hold that hope for everyone.  We believe deeply in the power of community and continue working to develop it.  Our key values include recognizing individual strengths, building respect and trust, and offering acceptance unconditionally.

Through Betsy’s Cupboard, our emergency food and supply pantry, The Gathering Place provides approximately 7,900 lbs of food and 375 toiletry bags each month for women, children, and transgender individuals who otherwise might not have enough food or basic supplies.

In addition to donating any of the objects listed below, we are asking that you help us decorate our tree in the Front Range lobby with women's and children's hats, gloves and mittens for The Gathering Place as well. Please drop off donated items into the red and green bin next to the tree or under the tree itself which will be up by Saturday.

Peanut butter
Soups and stews
Coffee, tea, cider packets, or cocoa packets
Brown rice
Beans, canned or dry
Whole wheat pasta
Spaghetti sauce
Milk, powdered, shelf stable, or canned
Canned tuna, chicken breast, or salmon
Canned fruits in 100% juice or in its own juice
Canned vegetables
Make-a-meal items (Hamburger or Tuna Helper)
Beans and rice combos
Snack items (e.g. tuna and cracker packs, crackers, nuts)
Granola bars
Oatmeal or other whole grain hot cereals
Whole grain cold cereal
100% bottled juice
Bottled water
Vegetarian products

Toothbrushes and toothpaste
Shampoo and conditioner
Hair care products
Denture Polygrip/Efferdent
Cosmetics for all skin colors
New socks and underwear for women and children
Laundry detergent
Fabric softener
Dryer sheets
Dish soap

Baby powder, lotion, shampoo, and bath wash
Unexpired baby food
Unopened packages of diapers (Sizes 4, 5, 6 and Pull-Ups)
Baby wipes
Sippy cups
Children’s vitamins

Toilet paper
King Soopers/Safeway gift cards
Small can openers
Computer disks/flash drives
Craft store certificates
Gift cards for children’s birthday gifts

5th Annual Winter Freeze Tournament

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