By ERVA Staff, 04/04/23, 2:15PM PDT
Jack Dyck and the entire North Idaho Volleyball Club (NIVBC).
We travel a distance from Montana to participate in NIVBC. It is a commitment but to have a full, and competitive season of club we make it work. We are juggling HS basketball and club volleyball and over an hour drive between the two. Jack and the club have been very understanding of my daughter Seanna's busy schedule.
On Dec 20th devastation struck my family. We had a chimney fire. We fought like crazy to fight it but it was a lost cause. We had just gotten a bunch of snow, and the fire trucks were unable to get up our driveway. So we and the fire crew had to stand there and watch our family home burn to the ground. We lost everything but the cloths on our backs. My daughter lost all her volleyball gear. Jack and the NIVBC family were quick to help us. They knew Seanna needed everything so they went in storage and got out a bunch of NIVBC gear to replace hers and more. They gave gift cards to Amazon so she could get what ever she needed. They also paid our remaining club fees for the year. They went out of their way to make sure Seanna could get everything she needed. It was so amazing how they went over and above for my family. I just want people to know how caring they are and when I saw this I thought it would be a good time to share, Thank you!
February 16, 2023 1:00 AM
The North Idaho Volleyball Club's U12 team dominated the Ace of Hearts Tournament held at the HUB Sports Center in Spokane.
The team, coached by Piper Wahlin and Katey Crossingham, went undefeated to win the championship without dropping a single set.
In pool play, the locals opened by beating the Renovators of Spokane 25-15, 25-21.
Next up, they cruised past Idaho Impact from Coeur d'Alene, 25-11, 25-7.
Finally, the U12 team took down Club South from the Tri Cities 25-19, 25-17 to advance to the playoffs.
The story was the same in the playoffs as the Sandpoint-based team beat Club ZZU from Pullman 25-19, 25-23 in the opening round.
In the semifinals, they took down Sideout VBC from Spokane 25-23, 25-12.
After winning a close opening set in the finals, 25-20, NIVBC dominated the second set 25-12 to take down Shockwave of Richland, Wash., to bring home the hardware.