2017 Results

Columbia 14-Red earns ERVA Regionals Flight 2 Championship

2017 Columbia 14-Red, ERVA Regionals Flight 2 ChampionsColumbia 14-Red struggled on the first day of the ERVA Regional Championships, failing to win a match. Day two was a different story however, as a determined group of young ladies never lost again. Their second day run to be Flight 2 Champions culminated in the final match against their own sister U-13 team (who hadn't lost since their first match of the tournament.) Congratulations on your victory ladies. Wear those medals with pride!

Twice during this tournament Columbia teams were only knocked out when they faced their sister Columbia teams. Columbia 14-Red was the only team that managed to stop Columbia 13-Black from capturing the same Championship. We know the girls of 13-Black will be back to claim their own championship next year!

Columbia 14-Red scores: click here

Columbia 13-Black reaches the Flight 2 Championship Match at ERVA Championships

Columbia 13-Black lost their opening match on Saturday at the ERVA Regional Championships. These young ladies didn't lose again over two days until they reached the Flight 2 Championship Final. In the final, they faced their sister team (Columbia 14-Red) who proved too much for them to handle. (That extra year of experience makes a difference.) Congratulations to Columbia 13-Black for their magical run to the Final match!

Columbia 13-Black scores: click here

Columbia 16-Black sweeps undefeated into Gold Championship Final at ERVA Championships

Columbia 16-Black was undefeated for two days to reach the overall Gold Championship Final at the ERVA Regional Championships. The magic ran out one match short however, and the 16-Black ladies finished 2nd overall in the 52 team field. Their six match win streak was a remarkable achievement (including knocking their sister team out of the Gold Bracket as well), and this team has plenty to be proud of. Congratulations everyone!

Columbia 16-Black scores: click here

Columbia 16-Red reaches Gold bracket at ERVA Regionals

Columbia 16-Red won a challenge match to force their way into the Gold Bracket at the ERVA Regional Championships. After dropping back into the Gold Consolation, the Red ladies finished 13th overall in the 52 team field. Congratulations ladies!

Columbia 16-Red scores: click here

Columbia 14-Black finish 11th overall at ERVA Regionals

Columbia 14-Black swept undefeated through the first day of ERVA Regional Championships, but was knocked out of the Gold Bracket on Sunday morning. The Columbia ladies battled back to reach the Gold Consolation Semifinal, and finished 11th overall across all 56 U-14/13 teams in the Evergreen Region. Congratulations ladies!

Columbia 14-Black scores: click here

Columbia 17-Black wins 17-National bid to USAV Championships

2017 Columbia 17-Black, 17-National Bid Champions ERVAColumbia 17-Black defeated SRJ 17-1 25-9, 25-23 to win the ERVA U-17 Bid tournament championship and claim the 17-National Bid to the USAV Championships, The 17-Black ladies will be headed to Minneapolis this summer to play against some of the best teams in the nation. Congratulations everyone!

This team proves what hard work and dedication can do. We are so proud of each and every member of this team.

Columbia 17-Black will have a team/parent planning meeting on Tuesday at 6:30pm at SHS.

Columbia 14-Black take 3rd at ERVA Bid Tournament

Columbia 14-Black forced a deciding tie-breaker in the Semifinal match of the ERVA National Bid tournament after losing the first set. Columbia's youngest team trying for a bid couldn't quite pull it out at the end however. Falling just short 9-15 in the deciding tie-breaker, they finished 3rd overall. Good luck at Regionals tomorrow ladies!

Columbia 14-Black scores: click here

Columbia U-16 teams reach Quarterfinals at ERVA Bid Tournament

Columbia 16-Black won their first bracket match before falling the the Quarterfinals of the ERVA Bid tournament and finishing 5th overall. The 16-Black ladies will be looking to bounce back tomorrow and make some noice at the Regional Championships tomorrow. Good luck ladies!

Columbia 16-Red also finished 5th at the ERVA Bid tournament. The Red ladies lost a tough tie-breaker to be knocked out of contention for a USAV Nationals Bid. Good luck at Regionals tomorrow ladies!

Columbia 16-Black scores: click here

Columbia 16-Red scores: click here

Columbia 14-Black wins out at last CEVA Power League appearance

2017 Columbia 14-BlackColumbia 14-Black used their last Power League tournament to finish re-tooling their lineup after the return of most of their injured players. After their struggles the week before, it was clear that having a chance to practice together again was paying off. The Columbia ladies forced both their first two matches to tie-breakers, then began to win matches and never lost again. After winning the Contender Division Consolation Championship, this team has plenty of momentum headed into the weekend. Keep it up ladies, you make us proud!

Columbia 14-Black scores: lost to Team Hiki No 14-1 20-25, 25-20, 4-15; lost to OVA 14-2 Elevate 25-12, 23-25, 11-15; defeated Volleyball West 14-1 Black 25-18, 26-24; defeated NPJ 14-2 Black 25-19, 25-19; defeated Rimrock 14-1 Ann 28-26. - Contender Consolation Champions, 3-2, 7-4

Columbia 14-Red finishes CEVA Power League season strong

2017 Columbia 14-RedColumbia 14-Red hadn't lost a pool play match in two straight tournaments, a streak dating back to late March. So maybe they were caught off guard when they lost a hard fought pair of sets in their opening match for the final day of Power League. That shock carried forward, and despite forcing a very tight tie-breaker, the Columbia ladies found themselves 0-2 to start their day. The 14-Red team worked through their struggles, forced themselves to return to playing the points and not watching the score, and their day began to turn around fast. First, they began to turn on the power in their third pool play match, including a ferocious 25-16 win to close out the match. They absorbed the lesson again in their first crossover, dropping a tough opening set before once again pouring in the points to take the next match. We bet this team carries their momentum into this weekend!

Columbia 14-Red scores: lost to North Clackamas 14-2 Red 25-27, 22-25; lost to Mt Hood 14-1 Black 20-25, 25-18, 11-15; defeated Wave 14-1 Gold 26-24, 25-16; defeated Adidas NW 14-3 Force 18-25, 25-16, 15-6; lost to West Coast 14-1 13-25. Comeback Division Consolation Finalists; 2-3, 5-6

Columbia 17-Black reach Gold Championship Quarterfinals at SCVA National Qualifier

2017 Columbia 17-Black at SCVA National QualifierColumbia 17-Black climbed into the rarified air of the Gold Bracket at the SCVA National Qualifer in Las Vegas, NV. Playing at one of the toughest National Qualifiers, the 17-Black ladies came through again and again to fight their way towards the top of the 17-USA field. On Day One, they advanced towards their goal by winning two of three matches, and taking 2nd in their pool. On Day Two, they forced a three way tie for 2nd in their pool, and advanced by winning a dramatic single game tie-breaker to continue their magic.

Over all three days, they climbed until they reached a Quarterfinal match against #1 ranked Rancho Valley. The Columbia ladies led late in the first set, with a highly likely 17-USA Nationals bid on the line (3 of 4 semifinalists would qualify), before falling to finish 5th overall in the very elite 48 team field. Columbia's oldest team will get a second chance at their Nationals bid this weekend in Spokane. We know they will bring the bid home!

Columbia 17-Black scores: click here

  • 27 May
    14-Black, 16-Red - Emerald City Classic 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM

  • 27 May
    13-Black, 14-Red - Emerald City Classic 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM

  • 23 Jun
    16-Black at AAU Junior Nationals 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM

  • 29 Jun
    13-Black at SCVA Summer Soiree 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM

  • 30 Jun
    17-Black at USAV Junior Nationals 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM

  • 27 May - 04 Jul
  • 10 Jul - 15 Jul