The Badger Region recently debuted the Badger Region Power League which features an “Elite” division and a “Regional” division.
In its inaugural year, the power league features 192 teams from 30 clubs signed up to participate.
Tournament locations were selected based on RFPs submitted by participating clubs.
"I am very pleased with the status of the first Badger Region Power League," said Jen Armson-Dyer, Director of Operations at Badger Region. "This league was formed at the request of our clubs, coaches and families to allow them to stay closer to home for a high-quality event and save money and peace of mind. From the initial idea, there has been complete buy-in and that really speaks to the quality of our club leadership and the families they serve. We’re proud to be a host of this event and will do everything we can to make this a competitive, fun, safe and cost-saving event that will thrive in Badger Region.
Clubs committed to the 2019 Badger Region Power League include:
|360 Volleyball Academy||414 Milwaukee Elite||Adversity-Wisconsin|
|Balance VBC||Capital Volleyball Academy||Eclipse VBC|
|Epic VBC||FC Elite||Fond du Lac Fusion|
|Fox Valley Performance||Impact VBC||Jr. Red Knight VBC|
|Midwest Penguins||Milwaukee Sting||Motion Volleyball Program|
|Next Level||One Wisconsin VBC||Revolution Volleyball Academy|
|River City VBC||Rolling Thunder VBC||Royal VBC|
|Southwest Milwaukee||V-Hawk Extreme||Club W|
|Wisconsin Blaze||Wicconsin Ice VBC||Wisconsin Juniors|
In the first week of competition, Midwest Penguins Volleyball Club had nine teams compete. Results from weekend one are below.
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