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Tournament is a ball for fans

Left to Right- Volleyball player Jake Gibb, Huntington Beach, CA., signs an autograph for fan Aspen Dangren, 16, of Kissimmee, Friday, May 30, 2014 at the 2nd annual AVP St. Petersburg Open at Spa Beach Park, St. Petersburg.  Dangren plays volleyball for Osceola High School, Kissimmee. The action continues for both men and women teams through the weekend with finals scheduled at 1pm Sunday.  The finals will be televised on CBS Sports Network channel. St. Petersburg is the first stop on a seven stop tour for AVP throughout the season. The final stop will be Huntington Beach, CA on September 22.

SCOTT KEELER | TIMES

Left to Right- Volleyball player Jake Gibb, Huntington Beach, CA., signs an autograph for fan Aspen Dangren, 16, of Kissimmee, Friday, May 30, 2014 at the 2nd annual AVP St. Petersburg Open at Spa Beach Park, St. Petersburg. Dangren plays volleyball for Osceola High School, Kissimmee. The action continues for both men and women teams through the weekend with finals scheduled at 1pm Sunday. The finals will be televised on CBS Sports Network channel. St. Petersburg is the first stop on a seven stop tour for AVP throughout the season. The final stop will be Huntington Beach, CA on September 22.

SCOTT KEELER | Times

Volleyball player Jake Gibb, left, of Huntington Beach, Calif., signs an autograph for fan Aspen Dangren, 16, of Kissimmee at the AVP St. Petersburg Open at Spa Beach Park on Friday. Dangren plays volleyball for Osceola High School. The AVP action continues for both male and female teams through the weekend with finals scheduled at 1 p.m. Sunday. The finals will be televised on CBS Sports Network. St. Petersburg is the first stop on a seven-stop tour for AVP throughout the season. The final stop will be Huntington Beach on Sept. 22.

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