Posted On: 06/17/22 11:33 AM

Long Beach, CA - At the end of the holiday weekend, several PVL teams finished at the top of the podium. In fact, all of the divisions except one had a PVL team finish in first place and of all the divisions only two did not have a California team finish on top.

In the 18s division, Temecula Viper 18-Jo took first place without losing a match in the tournament. Viper has been consistent all season and they have a superb libero in Brianna Belfi. This libero covers a lot of ground and also sets very well, with a consistent location for the attackers. She also has a very aggressive jump float serve that can get teams in passing trouble and can go on runs of points. 951 Elite landed in second place, only losing to Viper in the final in three sets (25-15, 23-25, 10-15). It was a tale of two liberos as 951’s libero, Cal State Northridge commit, Brianna Mitchell, was also superb. Pulse 18-Henry found themselves in third place which was a first-time podium finish for the club on the girls side. Pulse has had boy’s teams for several years but this is their first season with

Prep Dig All Access Pass