Posted On: 04/28/21 5:01 PM

I’m just getting the opportunity to watch back games and review notes from coaches on the weekend it was in Ohio. I was able to see some of the National division as an official and a great story emerged from this division with local implications. The opportunity to just finish their club careers at a national tournament is something these athletes should be proud of. Every team isn’t afforded this opportunity and even if things didn’t go as planned for some teams, three final days to play together is something the Class of 2020 didn’t get to experience. Here is a light recap from 18s GJNC.

Pohaku finishes runner-up in the National Division

I tend to not call this team a "new team" because they all played together last year under a different club. However, what an accomplishment and something to build on for a start-up club finishing as national runner-up. After their near misses in earning an open bid during the qualifier season, we knew this team was capable of making a championship run in the National Division. The green and black finished 7-2, losing once in pool play then not losing again until the championship match. They dropped

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