WEST COAST NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS​

Follow our two boys teams as they travel to Hermosa Beach, CA to play in the AAU Junior Olympic Championship.

6/12/2016

Sam Cashion/Lucas Caminelli and Max Cashion/Kaiden Lovern, among other NC Sand teams, won bids to the AAU West Coast National Championship in Hermosa Beach, CA.

7/17/2016

Coach Glenn and the boys catch an early morning flight to California.

7/17/2016

On the plane!

7/17/2016

The boys finally arrive in California.

7/17/2016

Afternoon practice at Santa Monica Pier.

7/18/2016

The boys enjoying the view at Vista Del Mar, Redondo Beach.

7/19/2016

The boys taking a break at Malibu State Park before heading to Zuma Beach for some doubles.

7/20/2016

Let the games begin! Lucas and Max start play today in the 14U division.

7/20/2016

Max and Lucas getting focused as they play the number one seed from Hermosa Beach.  They are the fifth seed.

7/21/2016

Sam making new friends while taking a quick break from volleyball.

7/21/2016

Max and Lucas finish pool play in 3rd place.  In bracket play, they lost a close 3rd place game 22-20, finishing 4th in the nation.

7/22/2016

Tourists for the day! Check out the view from The Observatory.

7/22/2016

Beverly Hills sign.

7/23/2016

The boys in front of The Pyramid (Volleyball facility at Long Beach State University.

7/23/2016

Inside The Pyramid.

7/24/2016

The boys playing against some local players at Santa Monica Pier.

7/24/2016

Max and Kaiden with some of the local players.

7/24/2016

Ending the day at Muscle Beach!

7/25/2016

The boys warming up for their final tournament of the trip at Santa Monica Beach.

7/25/2016

Max and Kaiden playing in the semi-final.  Both teams make it to playoffs.

7/25/2016

Sam and Lucas finish second, and Max and Kaiden finish 3rd.  Congrats boys!

7/25/2016

Last stop at Mickey's before catching a flight home.

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