York Branch YMCA Volleyball Club 17-Flames Named Emerald Bracket Champions

York Branch YMCA Volleyball Club 
17-Flames Named Emerald Bracket Champions 
[York, PA] – The York Branch YMCA is proud to announce that our Volleyball Club 17-Flames have emerged victorious as Emerald bracket champions at the MLK Volleyball Tournament held this past Monday. 

The team, composed of young athletes, showcased their talent and hard work by winning their division in the tournament. They displayed great sportsmanship, teamwork, and determination throughout the competition, ultimately earning them the top spot in their bracket. 

The York Branch YMCA Volleyball Club is dedicated to providing opportunities for young athletes to develop their skills, teamwork, and sportsmanship. This victory is a great example of the program’s impact in the community. 
About the YMCA  
Established in November of 2021, the YMCA of the Roses is the result of a merger between the YMCA of York and York County and the Lancaster Family YMCA. Since 1854, the YMCA has been lifting up over 60,000 people a year in the region through programs in the focus areas of Youth Development, Healthy Living, and Social Responsibility. In addition to top-notch wellness facilities, individuals of all walks of life can find support at their local YMCA thanks to community work ranging from the New American Welcome Center for immigrants to college/career prep programs for youths. 

Doug Markel 
Youth, Family, and Sports Director 
YMCA of the Roses 
dmarkel@rosesymca.org / 717-843-7884 ex.263