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Local volleyball clubs merge

July 13, 2009

Leaders of the Washington County Junior Girls Volleyball Club, the Tri-State AIA Volleyball Club and the Synergy Volleyball Club have made the decision to merge all three clubs in an effort to improve the quality of youth volleyball in Washington County.

The unified club will be known as Washington County Junior Girls Volleyball Club Inc.

"We all felt we could better serve the volleyball community by combining our resources and talents," said WACO president Chuck Weaver in a press release. "The merger will have a very positive impact on volleyball in the county."

WACO was established in 1994 and its teams have won five Chesapeake Regional Volleyball Association Open Regional Championships.

The Tri-State Athletes in Action Volleyball Club, formerly known as Tri-State Fellowship of Christian Athletes, recently completed its eighth season. The club procuded several teams that won regional honors and played at the national level, and was behind the formation of the All-Star Spikefest high school seniors event which has showcased the top talent in the Tri-State area. WACO will take over running the event.

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Synergy Volleyball Club brings to the merger a strong focus on fundamental and developmental skills.

For more information about the club, contact Weaver at 301-992-0710, by e-mail at chuck_weaver@hotmail.com, or visit the Web site www.wacojrs.org.

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