This past weekend, the Kaizen 13s and 14s teams competed in the Aloha Region Regionals Tournament.
The Kaizen 13s team finished in 2nd place of the 13s age group, coming up a few points short in the championship match. On Saturday, they ended up with a respectful record of 2 wins and 1 loss – beating Hawaiian Style 14s and KOVA 13/14 in dramatic 3 set victories. On Sunday, they won their pool, sweeping LAC, Ka Ulukoa, and Ta’ahine, earning the top seed in the championship match. Congratulations on an awesome regional tournament run!!!
The Kaizen 14s team also qualified for the gold bracket of the 14s age group by sweeping all of their matches on Saturday, defeating Kaleolani, Maunalani Blue, and TAVA. Final results were not available at time of posting.
Congratulations to all the girls and coaches!
Once again, on Saturday, March 25th at McKinley High School, the Kaizen 13s and 14s met each other in the championship match of an Aloha Region tournament. The 13s took first and the 14s second in the eight team tournament for another great Kaizen Club finish. Congrats to the girls and coaches of both teams!
After 3 previous second place finishes, the 13s broke through with a tournament win this past Sunday, 3/19/17. Winning their initial pool, beating OVC Dean and Kaulokoa 14s and the crossover match against Kaulokoa 13s. In final after being down 8 points, they managed to chase down Laulea 14s for a 26 – 24 tournament win.
On Saturday, they competed in the 14s division of the Pure Aloha Spring Fling. They came in second in their initial pool. Going into the silver division, they beat Tava 14s and Quicksets 14s twice to win the Silver Division.
The Kaizen 14s and 13s teams met each other in the championship of the Aloha Region tournament at McKinley High School on Sunday, March 12, 2017. The 14s took first place and the 13s second in the 8-team tournament. Congratulations to the girls and coaches from both teams!