Parks and Rec Volleyball Winners

The Juneau Parks and Recreation Women’s Division 2 Champions: Fireweed Chiropractic and Massage. (Courtesy Photo | Parks and Recreation)

The Juneau Parks and Recreation Women’s Division 2 Champions: Fireweed Chiropractic and Massage. (Courtesy Photo | Parks and Recreation)

The Juneau Parks and Recreation fall volleyball postseason tournament crowned seven champions on Wednesday and Thursday.

Top-seeded Island Sons (Men’s Division 1), Koopa Troopas (Men’s Division 3), Fireweed Chiropractic and Massage (Women’s Division 2) and Freudian Slips (Women’s Division 3 South) won their respective tournament titles.

Koopa Troopas was the only team to go undefeated in both the regular season and postseason. The Troopas compiled a 14-0 regular season record before going 3-0 in the postseason.

Two of the remaining three division champions were won by four seeds: Igloo Construction defeated Oh Geez for the Women’s Division 1 championship and Volley Llamas defeated Block Party for the Women’s Division 3 North championship.

Daw See Con won the Men’s Division 2 title as the No. 3 seed after finishing behind Lynden Transport/Chuck Norris and Poke Etc. in the regular season.

Over 300 players on 48 different teams participated in the fall season. Women’s Division 3 North was the largest division with 12 teams.

Postseason Tournament Results

Men’s Division 1 — 1) Island Sons; 2) Alpine Construction; 3) Block Party.

Men’s Division 2 — 1) Daw See Con; 2) Poke’ Etc; 3) Lynden Transport/Chuck Norris; 4) El Sombrero.

Men’s Division 3 — 1) Koopa Troopas; 2) The Brute Squad; 3) Dads-n-Grads; 4) Band of Brothers

Women’s Division 1 — 1) Igloo Construction; 2) Oh Geez; 3) Airboat; 4) NAO

Women’s Division 2 — 1) Fireweed Chiropractic; 2) Sugar & Spike; 3) Club 49; 4) Mostly Soccer Players.

Women’s Division 3 North — 1) Volley Llamas; 2) Block Party; 3) Travelodge; 4) J&J Cleaning

Women’s Division 3 South — 1) Freudian Slips; 2) AK Sugar & Spike; 3) VolleyKyries; 4) Spiker’s Anonymous

The Juneau Parks and Recreation Women’s Division 3 North Champions: Volley Llamas. (Couresy Photo | Parks and Recreation)

The Juneau Parks and Recreation Women’s Division 3 North Champions: Volley Llamas. (Couresy Photo | Parks and Recreation)

The Juneau Parks and Recreation Women’s Division 3 South Champions: The Freudian Slips. (Couresy Photo | Parks and Recreation)

The Juneau Parks and Recreation Women’s Division 3 South Champions: The Freudian Slips. (Couresy Photo | Parks and Recreation)

The Juneau Parks and Recreation Men’s Division 1 Champions: Island Sons. (Courtesy Photo | Parks and Recreation)

The Juneau Parks and Recreation Men’s Division 1 Champions: Island Sons. (Courtesy Photo | Parks and Recreation)

The Juneau Parks and Recreation Men’s Division 3 Champions: Daw See Con. (Courtesy Photo | Parks and Recreation)

The Juneau Parks and Recreation Men’s Division 3 Champions: Daw See Con. (Courtesy Photo | Parks and Recreation)

The Juneau Parks and Recreation Men’s Division 3 Champions: Koopa Troopa. (Courtesy Photo | Parks and Recreation)

The Juneau Parks and Recreation Men’s Division 3 Champions: Koopa Troopa. (Courtesy Photo | Parks and Recreation)

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