Members of Polk County Volleyball Club’s 16U squad include, front row from left: Kristen Hall, Emmie McDowell; back row from left: assistant coach Alex Romano, Rachael Davis, Rollins Carter, Marilyn Castillo, Marissa Twitty and head coach Donna Hall

Polk County Volleyball Club continued its impressive spring, picking up another tournament championship on Saturday plus two other top finishes at the Southeast Alliance Volleyball League Champion Challenge.

PCVC’s 16U squad finished a perfect 5-0, dropping just two sets, in winning its age group at the tourney. Playing just six players, PCVC captured a 28-26, 16-25, 15-7 victory over Magnum 15 Elite of Columbia, S.C. in the Gold championship match.

PCVC also defeated Magnum in three sets in pool play.

Competing in Columbia, PCVC 17U posted a 5-1 record and captured top honors in the Silver division. Undefeated in pool play, PCVC dropped a 25-19, 25-12 match to Upward Stars 17 in crossover bracket play, but rebounded to steam through the Silver bracket.

PCVC 17U defeated ATown 18 Gray 2 of Anderson, S.C. 25-18, 22-25, 15-12 in the Silver championship match.

PCVC’s 12U squad reached the final of its age group in Spartanburg before suffering its only defeat of the tournament, a 25-20, 11-25, 15-12 defeat to Upward Stars 12 Candi. PCVC did not lose a set in winning its first four matches before the final.

Players from PCVC’s 16U and 17U teams will combine to compete as PCVC Blue in the Charlotte AAU Grand Prix tournament on Feb. 16-17 in Charlotte.