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2005 VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT

This year's tournament was held on June 18, 2005.  We had glorious weather, a great turnout, phenomenal support - all in all a very successful day.

A lovely article on the day was written by Jessica Geesaman of the Gazette.  (You will need to scroll to the bottom of the page.)

There were over 130 players, 40 volunteers and many generous visitors who came to offer support, make a donation and watch some volleyball.  Over $9,000 was raised for the scholarship fund.

At noon, we took a break to talk about Jessie and about driving safely.  We were honored to have the Mulsteff family join our ceremony.  Perry Mulsteff spoke about the Sean Mulsteff Teen Driving Foundation that was created in honor of his son who died in April of 2004 in a car crash.

We had our butterfly release, thanked our sponsors, gave out door prizes, and resumed play.

The day was a glorious tribute to Jessica - thank you so much to all who continue to support us in so many ways.

THIS YEAR'S WINNERS:

Mens AA/Open Doubles:  

1st Place:  Nemoga /Houck

2nd Place:  Hollman/Peltier

Mens A Doubles: 

1st Place:  Dalecki/Antunes 2nd Place:  Oheye/Lerzungi

Mens BB Doubles: 

1st Place:  Murphy/Brown 2nd Place:  Bidle/Blumenauer

Womens AA/Open Doubles: 

1st Place:  Cline/Hickman

 2nd Place:  Johnson/Lai

Womens A Doubles: 

1st Place:  McKinsey/Cianelli  2nd Place:  Ruble/Hall

Womens BB/Jrs Doubles: 

 
1st Place:  Tursell/Tursell 2nd Place:  Goldberg/Miller

Coed Experienced Sixes:  

1st Place:  Brown's Graphics  2nd Place:  The Destroyers

Coed Recreation Sixes: 

1st Place:  Salem Reformed Church 2nd Place:  V-Ballers