Tigers 18U Black win Bronze!

Congratulations to our Waterloo Tigers 18U Black girls team who competed in the Challenge Cup this past weekend.

Their tournament started off very strong against South County 18U Black and Sarnia’s  Thunder Twin Bridges in pool play, leaving them first in their pool.

In the quarter-final playoff round, Tigers Black faced the second Tigers team, Tigers 18U Red, and found victory to move forward to the semi-finals.

The semi-final round was against LVC FIRE INTENSITY 17U who are ranked 7th in the province in the 17U Division. Our Tigers fought well but lost this match to head to the Bronze medal match.

Facing the Cambridge Scorpions 17U team, our Tigers won a hard fought match 25-20, 28-26 to secure the Bronze medal.

Congratulations Tigers!


Waterloo Tigers 15U Girls win Gold!

Our Tigers 15U girls teams competed in the Challenge Cup this weekend. The Tigers 15U Black team came out on top this weekend after a successful morning in pool play matches and being challenged in the afternoon playoff matches.

Tigers 15U Black started their morning against Ancaster Lions and the KW Predators 14U United teams winning 25-12, 25-19 and 25-22, 25-18  respectively. 

The afternoon matches started against rivals KW Predators Black. This was a close match but the Tigers prevailed 25-20, 28-26 in a close second set.

The semi-final match pitted our Tigers against the MVC Maroon 14U. After a challenging quarter-final matchup, the Tigers would not allow MVC to take a lead winning the mtach 25-8, 25-15.

The finals were against Hamilton Smash Purple who were also undefeated in the tournament. Our Tigers put forth an excellent effort, and with gold in sight, they won the match 25-15, 25-20.

Congratulations Tigers 15U Black!

Waterloo Tigers 13U Girls take Silver!

Our 13U Girls had an amazing energy heading into the 13U Challenge Cup Trillium B at Conestoga College this weekend.  The morning games were fun


to watch as it was obvious the girls had a confidence about them and were having fun.  Winning all but one set, they were in a great spot for the afternoon games.

The semi final had some tight sets against Milton Iron Edge.  The parents watching were on the edge of their seats!  The girls pulled ahead in the tiebreaker match for the win at 16 – 14.  In the final, up against Scorpions, the girls had trouble finding their energy for the first few minutes, but turned it around quickly to keep the Scorpions working for their lead.  Our Tigers Black team walked away with a well deserved Silver medal and big smiles to match.  Way to go Tigers Black!!