"We are all going to fall short. We are going to have some bitter losses, very painful defeats and failures. We have to use those to come back even stronger. That's what makes it sweeter, when we can overcome those and figure out a way to win. The great teams can do that, and those are the gold medal winning teams."
- Karch Kiraly
|January 14-16||NWJRS MLK Tournament||Tacoma|
|January 22||U16 Power League Seeding||TBA|
|February 5||U 16 Power League #1||TBA|
|February 18-20||NWJRS Presidents Weekend TNY||TBA|
|February 26||U16 Power League #2||TBA|
|March 11-12||NWJRS AAU Spring Classic||Centralia|
|March 19||U16 Power League #3||TBA|
|March 25-27||PNQ NW Qualifier||Spokane|
|April 8-10||Salt Lake City Showdown Qualifier||Utah|
|April 23||U16 Power League #4||TBA|
|May 6-7||PSR U16 Regionals & Bid Tourney||Centralia|
|May 27-28||NWJRS Memorial Weekend|
Based on results from previous power league tournaments this year, teams will have either moved up or down in the various flights. All scores and results will be updated in AES. Assignments are listed below.
Other resources for participants and parents:
There are some new gyms in use this weekend: Please check the rules at the facility you will be playing at.
Good luck to all of our teams this weekend!
MLK Weekend marks the first big weekend of the club season as 23 NW Juniors teams will be in action at two seperate tournaments.
Twenty teams will compete in the club-hosted NW Juniors MLK Weekend Tournament. The 20th annual tournament will be held in the Southend.
Three teams will compete in the 13th annual Matt Hartner Memorial (MHM) Tournament to be held on the campus of the University of Oregon.
The NW Juniors tournament will be split into two events:
The MHM tournament in Eugene is one of the premiere events in the Northwest with teams from Washington, Oregon, Canada, Idaho, Montana, California, Alaska & Puerto Rico. They host 112 U17-18 teams and 115 U15-16 teams.