Sacramento Optimist Boys Volleyball All-Star Video games on Friday

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The Optimist All-Star Online games for different sports activities have been a huge deal for decades in Sacramento, a showcase for graduated seniors to show their stuff 1 very last time in their higher college hues.

Not all of the game titles are heading to perform out this year thanks to lingering worries from the coronavirus pandemic, so there will be no online games for basketball, soccer, baseball or softball.

Boys volleyball is a go. The 24th Optimist Volleyball All-Star Games are Friday at Jesuit High College, with the Smaller Schools match starting off at 5:30 p.m., followed by the Significant Colleges match.

Right after the first match, the Optimist will realize Jamie Mathias, the former Del Oro coach who died last month at 59. He will be inducted into the Optimist Corridor of Fame for his yrs of devotion, together with 40 a long time of coaching at different stages. He was also a beloved trainer at Del Oro.

Kevin Tameling of Ripon Christian will coach Small Colleges South crew and the North is coached by Placer’s Cinnamon Davis.

The Massive College North crew is coached by Brian Jew of Woodcreek and the South is headed by Dave Amituanai of Laguna Creek.

A sibling facet notice: Four sets of twins will be competing, all on Tiny Colleges rosters. Colin and Owen Robles of Placer, Connell and John Kane of Ponderosa, and Max and Tyler McGlynn of Rio Americano are all playing for the North. Braden and Lukas Van Groningen of Ripon Christian are on the South crew.

Right here are the complete rosters for the 24th Optimist Boys Volleyball All-Star Online games:

Substantial College North

Eric Dayringer and Max Macke of Bella Vista Tyler Fardanesh and Dorian Williams of Del Oro Jeremy DeMure, Grayson Kling, Colton Nelson and Matt Ross of Granite Bay Joseph Archuleta, Aidan Merideth and Chris Van of Woodcreek Gabriel Knittel of Oak Ridge, Thomas Plaskett of Roseville and Sean Walser, Antelope.

Big College South

Kenneth Losier and Jake Seabury of Folsom Charles Harper and Dylan Taitano of Inderkum Nathan Hath, Boris Horiuk, Taylor Marks and Sam Oshita of Jesuit Lucas Boisvert of Kennedy Brandon Day of Laguna Creek Albert Huynh and Kenny Tecson of Monterey Trail, and Khalid Pal of West.

Compact Universities North

Aiden Black and Weston Prosser of Bear River Cody Lynn and Rob Pifferini of El Dorado Levi Mireless of Forest Lake Christian Mikah Munoz of Lincoln Amir Soto and Andrei Villaluz of Mira Loma Joe Pardini and Aidan Wahl of Nevada Union Josh Cooper and Memphis Dooley of Oakmont Colin and Owen Robles of Placer Connell and Josh Kane of Ponderosa, and Garrett Scheidegger of Union Mine.

Smaller Universities South

Chandler White of Buhach Colony Andrew Wheeler of Money Christian San Ahern and Cody Bowker of Del Campo Flavio Mercado of East Union Greg Hermosillo and Toubee Herr of El Capitan Rael Carmesis of Lathrop Daniel Woodcruff of Mesa Verde JT Kuderca of Patterson Max and Tyler McGlynn of Rio Americano Braden and Lukas Van Gronigen of Ripon Christian, and Justin Nepomuceno of Weston Ranch.

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Joe Davidson has covered sporting activities for The Sacramento Bee considering the fact that 1988. He is a 14-time award winner from the California Prep Sporting activities Writer Affiliation. In 2021, Davidson was honored with the CIF Distinguished Provider. He is a member of the California Coaches Affiliation Corridor of Fame. Davidson was a higher university athlete in Oregon, the place he participated in football and observe.