• Summer Time

    TEAM HIKI NO is excited to provide THREE awesome opportunities in JUNE to our region! All held at Gabriel Park Sand Cts (4500 SW Nevada St 97219). One includes UW Beach Volleyball Head Coach Steve Whitaker! Lezzzgooooo THN!!! 1) ‘Intro to Beach Volleyball’ Clinic: $60 – 2 days (June 5 & 6) Beach Beginners 4:30-6p […]

  • Regionals and WVC

    Regionals 18-1 During this year there has been some rough patches, but this weekend at regionals we learned and played as one. We accomplished our goal of being consistent and going for every ball. We were the most competitive then I’ve ever seen. As a senior, having this weekend be my last regionals ever, I […]

  • Power League Weekend

    18-1 18-2 This weekend was yet another great learning and growing experience for us. We played so well as a team and it was amazing to see everyone and everything come together. There were definitely some rough patches but all season, we’ve been working on getting out of these spots and constantly fighting for every […]

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Summer Time

Sunday, June 9, 2019

TEAM HIKI NO is excited to provide THREE awesome opportunities in JUNE to our region! All held at Gabriel Park Sand Cts (4500 SW Nevada St 97219). One includes UW Beach Volleyball Head Coach Steve Whitaker! Lezzzgooooo THN!!!

1) ‘Intro to Beach Volleyball’ Clinic: $60 – 2 days (June 5 & 6)
Beach Beginners 4:30-6p & Advanced Athletes 6:30-8p

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2) Summer Kickoff Clinic & Mini-Tourney: $175 – 6 days (June)
Beach Beginners 8 – 10a & Advanced Athletes 10a – 12n

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3) Juniors Beach Clinic & Skills Camp with UW Beach Volleyball Head Coach Steve Whitaker: $80 – 2 days (June 24 & 25)
Beach Beginners 8 – 10a & Advanced Athletes 10a – 12n

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Regionals and WVC

Friday, May 17, 2019

Regionals

18-1
During this year there has been some rough patches, but this weekend at regionals we learned and played as one. We accomplished our goal of being consistent and going for every ball. We were the most competitive then I’ve ever seen. As a senior, having this weekend be my last regionals ever, I have really enjoyed and appreciated everyone’s willingness to have fun and enjoy our last moments playing as a team. Overall a great season.

– Grace

18-2
This past weekend really showed our improvement over the past few months. And although we did not achieve as much as we had hoped, we played with energy and focus, and had a lot of good plays throughout those two days. Our defense was very solid, and we had a lot of great blocks! In the beginning of the season we didn’t have much energy and didn’t work together as well as we could, and I think that this weekend we really showed how much we have improved. I am very proud of the effort everyone gave, and am excited for this weekend!

– Kenzie

Willamette Valley Classic

18s
The WVC tournament was different from others. We switched up our teams, tried new positions, and plays. Our team didn’t really change since regular season. As a new team our chemistry was there and it was easy for us to click and get into our groove. Overall, it was a great weekend and it was probably our best and most consistent. we were able to keep our mistakes at a minimum and play good fundamentally sound volleyball. I think our biggest achievement this weekend was not letting my injury effect our play. Although it was pretty shaky with one of the main hitters being out and our bench consisting of mostly DS’s, the girls pushed through the adversity and we came out third in the tournament. I wouldn’t trade these girls for the world and I am glad to have had them as my teammates.

– Ka’ihi

17s
This weekend in Corvallis was a great opportunity for us to play on different teams and get closer with girls we hadn’t played with as much over the season. There were a lot of ups and downs over the weekend, but it was amazing to see how well we can do if we play together and have energy. Overall, it was a fun end to the season. I’m so proud of what we’ve accomplished this season and I’m looking forward to another great season next year with these girls.

– Sam

Power League Weekend

Thursday, April 18, 2019

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18-2
This weekend was yet another great learning and growing experience for us. We played so well as a team and it was amazing to see everyone and everything come together. There were definitely some rough patches but all season, we’ve been working on getting out of these spots and constantly fighting for every ball, and I feel that we accomplished that this weekend. As a senior, this was my last power league but it was definitely one to remember. I’m so incredibly proud of these girls, and so grateful to be apart of this team! I can’t wait to see what we can do at regionals!

-Alicia Vandervoort-Walters

16u
This past weekend the girls pushed through adversity, continuing to build their skills as well-rounded team players and leading us to high points for the season! They were able to serve teams off the court and demonstrated growing knowledge on defense and with offensive strategy and execution. Overall the girls played together and displayed a lot of growth! Our goals as a team became more clear for our upcoming regionals to finish off the season! They continue to step up to every challenge on and off the court as we forge ahead to end on a high note at regionals!

14u Update

Thursday, April 18, 2019

14-1 Power League
For the first time this year we had the opportunity to play the top teams in CEVA In the gold division (Excel, webfoot gold, OJVA 2, Athena). Started the day with losses to Excel and Webfoot and then gained momentum with wins against OJVA in pool, PVC in crossover and then Athena Black for gold division ranking. We took 5th in gold. We are the highest ranked 14’s in TEAM HIKI NŌ history. That is amazing accomplishment and our team is moving in the right direction entering regionals at the end of the month.
~Tehya

14-2 Power League

14u Reno
The excitement of knowing teams were ranked higher than us gave us the drive to win second in silver. On the first day we beat two teams in our pool and felt excited for our next step in this tourney. We were fighting hard but the other team pulled away at the right moment leaving us second in our pool. The next day during our first game we fought hard against Xceleration and ended up with a victory. In the following game we were fighting hard when our setter injured her ankle and we later found out she would be out for the rest of the tournament. When this occurred we lost all of our energy and positivity. We ended up losing that game and the next but because of the win in the beginning of the day we came third in our pool. We were in a good spot to start the next day which was single elimination. Our first game of the last day was against a lower ranked team, Vibes. We won the first set but they came back fighting in the second. In the third set we came out fighting and ended up with a victory. Our final game of the tournament was the championship for the silver bracket. We played an evenly matched team and rally’s went on for long periods of time. Even though we lost that game we were very proud of how we played and all the small goals leading up to this moment. Our coaches were proud not only how to played but how we worked together and how our line judging brought us and other people joy. We want to say thank you to our parents and coaches for giving us this opportunity to learn and grow as a team.
-Lauren S.