Posted On: 02/17/20 7:21 AM

There were a lot of promising talents at the Presidents Day Challenge 17 Open/Premier Division this weekend in Detroit.

From around the Great Lakes, we saw some players really stand out and shine on their way to a successful weekend for their teams. Here’s some players that raised their game in Detroit.

Storm Monsoon: The Canadian-based squad didn’t drop a match all weekend and took four of five sets from runner up Athlete HQ 17 Young. In the final, Storm won by scores of 25-19, 27-25. Storm had hitting for days with tremendous length and powerful arms. One that caught my eye was Maddy Lutes. She was an athletic hitter that showed impressive all-around skills at the net and in the back row. Lutes had great footwork and consistently made the big plays during tight sets. The serving of Sonya Bogatchev also stood out, as she finished out the championship with an ace and gave opposing receivers a lot of problems during the weekend.

Athlete HQ 17 Young: The runner-up only lost to the champions this weekend, so it was a pretty strong weekend. The Ohio-based program were able to consistently rely on Kamryn Wolf on the outside. She had

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