Three local teams qualify for Rox Volleyball Cal Cup

The local team of Keara Rutz, left, and Erika Foreman won the Girls 14s title over Camryn Carfino and Devon Newberry. Sarah Waters and Kate Bierly (not pictured) finished third.

The local team of Keara Rutz, left, and Erika Foreman won the Girls 14s title over Camryn Carfino and Devon Newberry. Sarah Waters and Kate Bierly (not pictured) finished third.

Three teams from Santa Barbara won their divisions Tuesday at the California Beach Volleyball Association Rox Tour event at East Beach and earned invitations to the Cal Cup Championships in August at the Manhattan Beach Pier.

Cooper Johnson and Santa Barbara High teammate Rowan Peake outlasted Laguna Blanca’s Philip Fauntleroy and Pierce O’Donnell to book their Cal Cup tickets in the Boys 18-under division.

Noah Keelin, left, and Matthew Suh beat Dylan Foreman and Alex Rottman for the Boys 12s title.

Noah Keelin, left, and Matthew Suh beat Dylan Foreman and Alex Rottman for the Boys 12s title.

In the Boys 12U final, local Matthew Suh combined with Noah Keelin of San Juan Capistrano to defeat the local team of Dylan Foreman and Alex Rottman.

The lone local girls team to win on Tuesday was the pair of Keara Rutz and Erika Foreman in the Girls 14U division. They defeated Camryn Carfino (L.A.) and Devon Newberry (Santa Monica).

In other action, Ventura’s Sammy Slater and Megan Muret of Encinitas knocked off Santa Barbara’s Laurel Kujan and Alexia Inman of Manhattan Beach in the Girls 16s final.

The 18s title was won by Madalyn Roh and Skylar Caputo. They were quarterfinalists at the Santa Barbara Women’s Open two weeks ago.

The Rox Volleyball Cal Cup is scheduled for Aug. 29.

Girls 12 & Under

1. Ava Gallien/Leah Kelly from Manhattan Beach

2. Dylan Tilson/Sarah Schrag from Carlsbad

Girls 14 & Under

1. Keara Rutz/Erika Foreman from Santa Barbara

2. Camryn Carfino/Devon Newberry from Los Angeles/Santa Monica

3. Sarah Waters/Kate Bierly (not shown) from Chatsworth/Laguna Niguel

3. Rebecca Morse/Makenna Gaeta from Tempe, AZ/Santa Monica

Girls 16 & Under

1. Megan Muret/Sammy Slater from Encinitas/Ventura

2. Alexia Inman/Laurel Kujan from Manhattan Beach/Santa Barbara

Girls 18 & Under

1. Madalyn Roh/Skylar Caputo from Scottsdale/Manhattan Beach

2. Nicole Anderson/Emma Smith from San Diego and Manhattan Beach

Boys 12 & Under

1. Noah Keelin/Matthew Suh from San Juan Capistrano/Santa Barbara

2. Dylan Foreman/Alex Rottman from Santa Barbara

Boys 14 & Under

1. Cole Gillis/Keagan Benson from San Jose/Hermosa Beach

2. Aaron Phan/Cruz Marin from Manhattan Beach/Redondo Beach

Boys 16 & Under

1. Lance Muret/Timmy Brewster from Encinitas/Woodland Hills

2. Braeden Lisea/Jake Sofro from Santa Barbara

Boys 18 & Under

1. Cooper Johnson/Rowan Peake  from Santa Barbara

2. Philip Fauntleroy/Pierce O’Donnell from Santa Barbara?

Ava Gallien, left, and Leah Kelly won the Girls 12s final over Dylan Tilson and Sarah Schrag.

Ava Gallien, left, and Leah Kelly won the Girls 12s final over Dylan Tilson and Sarah Schrag.

The pair of Megan Muret, left, and Sammy Slater won the Girls 16s title over Alexia Inman and Laurel Kujan,

The pair of Megan Muret, left, and Sammy Slater captured the Girls 16s title over Alexia Inman and Laurel Kujan.

In the Girls 18s final, Madalyn Roh, left, and Skylar Caputo defeated Nicole Anderson and Emma Smith.

In the Girls 18s final, Madalyn Roh, left, and Skylar Caputo defeated the team of  Nicole Anderson and Emma Smith.

The team of Cole Gillis, left, and Keagan Benson defeated Aaron Phan and Cruz Marin in the Boys 14s final.

The team of Cole Gillis, left, and Keagan Benson defeated Aaron Phan and Cruz Marin in the Boys 14s final.

Lance Muret, left, and Timmy Brewster defeated Braeden Lisea/Jake Sofro in the Boys 16s final.

Lance Muret, left, and Timmy Brewster defeated Braeden Lisea and Jake Sofro in the Boys 16s final.

In an all-local Boys 18s final, Cooper Johnson, left, and Rowan Peake topped Philip Fauntleroy and Pierce O'Donnell.

In an all-local Boys 18s final, Cooper Johnson, left, and Rowan Peake topped Philip Fauntleroy and Pierce O’Donnell.

 

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