Lake Volleyball Fall Boys Programming

Fall Training Program Info:

Cost: $400.00

 

Season: Sept 20th-Dec 27th (15 weeks of training)

 

Who:   All Male Volleyball Athletes U14-U18 regardless of club affiliation or experience

Location: Lake Stevens Volleyball Training Center
3316 Old Hartford Rd Suite B, Lake Stevens, WA

 

Coaches: Zach Calles, Boys Regional High Performance Coach

 

Number of Athletes: 6-8 athletes per Coach

Includes a Jersey for upcoming competitions in the new year if you choose to compete with the group when that gets here!!!!

Sign up Link for FALL TRAINING:

http://www.eteamz.com/pugetsoundboysvolleyball/news/index.cfm?cat=933238

Required Waiver form(please email or mail back in):

 

Lets’s start the season off with a BANG!!!!!  Fun fast paced mini tournament format with prizes!!!

Bjerring Tournament Kick Off!!!!

When:September 13, 2015

Where: Lake Stevens Volleyball Training Center

Cost: $20

This will be a great time for the boys to meet the other players and boys coach! We will be on hand to sign the boys up for training and to give you more info.

Sign up for Fall Training before Labor Day and get $5 off your Bjerring Entry!!!!!!

Just bring your receipt with you:)

O’dea High School Joins the Association

Renton, WA – Today O’dea High School became a full member of the association.   After years of back and forth, O’dea High School officially announced its intent to form a volleyball club.   They will participate in the upcoming 2014 fall season.  Jose Martin, the person spear heading the initiative was elected to the board as well.  This brings the board up to 4 members, with one more open position left, the board is starting to take shape.

Also instrumental were the parent organization and the other staff at the school that were in favor of starting the club.

The full press release can be found here.

Curtis High School Added as a Member School

Today, the association welcomed Curtis High School to the volleyball club family. This the third school to officially form a club to compete in the upcoming fall season. Credit goes to the students at Curtis High School, who also are a part of the USAV South Sound Volleyball Club, especially Johnathan Carson and his father Rusty Carson. Rick Todd former varsity volleyball coach and avid volleyball supporter, also helped along the initiative.

Now the association will look to the Summer Tournament open to all who want to play this July 25th at Heritage Park. Also a big portion of its time will be to develop the Western Washington Qualifier Tournament and then the subsequent playoffs.

Boys Volleyball Camp at Bishop Blanchet High School

BOYS CAMP FOR INCOMING 5TH-12TH GRADERS

 

Jun 29,2015 – Jul 1,2015    Time: 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

This camp is for any boys who are incoming 5th-12th graders.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact  info@perfectpassvolleyball.com.

Camp times will be as follows: Monday June 29th – Wednesday July 1st from 5pm – 8pm Players will be separated into skill levels and grades for boys. Camp is limited to 40 players as we will only have 3 courts available. If perfect pass does not have enough boys in attendance, we will be opening up the other two courts for girls and keep one court for the boys (depending on age groups).

 

 

Location

Bishop Blanchet High School – Ernie Rose Gym
8200 Wallingford Ave N
Seattle, 98103

 

About PPV Youth Camps: The camps will provide specialized instruction in serving, passing, hitting, blocking, and defense. The camp features individualized attention with highly qualified coaches to insure a rewarding and fun learning experience. Players of all skill levels will improve skills through the use of challenging and competitive drills, with campers of similar skill-set.

About PPV Skills Camps: This year we have added a high school skills camp for hitters and setters and a skills camp for serving and passing open to any incoming 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th graders. We will explore High School Varsity level skills and systems. Advanced experience such as high school and club team experience is highly recommended for this camp. Knowledge of 5-1 and 6-2 offenses, serve-receive schemes, and quick offenses are a must.

Camp Director: Michelle Manlangit Chapin, Bishop Blanchet Varsity Head Coach. 2013 will be Michelle’s fifth year as Head Coach of the Braves. She is a BBHS graduate Class of ’98 and has coached volleyball for the past 16 years from the CYO level, to USAV U12 level to the collegiate level. Assisting in directing the camps will be Sarah Davis, the Bishop Blanchet JV Head Coach.

Camp Location: Bishop Blanchet Gyms, 8200 Wallingford Ave. North, Seattle, WA

Camp Staff: Bishop Blanchet coaching staff, current players, and alumni – Our coaching staff and players have many years of experience working with area youth.  Alumni include players who have played NCAA Div. I volleyball through to Community College volleyball experience.

Breaks: A 25-minute break for a small meal will be given each at each Youth Camp. Campers are responsible for their own food. Water breaks will be given throughout each session.

Youth Camp Mini Tournament: The final day features a mini-tournament, which family members and friends are invited to attend. Tournament will take place the final three hours.

Camp T-shirt: All participants will receive a camp T-shirt on the final day of camp.

Camp Rules: Only court shoes are allowed. Water bottles must be plastic. WORK HARD AND HAVE FUN!!!

Camp Forms: Upon successful registration, a link to a page with parental waivers and concussion forms will be emailed to you to be turned in on the first day of camp. These waivers MUST BE in our possession in order for your daughter to participate in camp.

Camp Fees:Youth Camps: $130.00 which includes a $4 online processing fee which covers our cost of using Paypal as a trusted payment method.

High School Skills Camps: $75.00 & $50.00 which also includes the online processing fee.

 

Seattle City Parks and Rec Spring Boys VBall League

NEW BOYS

SPRING

VOLLEYBALL

LEAGUE

Registration Opens : Feb. 3, 2015 – April 30th

Ages: 10-11, 12-13, 14-17

Fee: $35 per player

Minimum roster: 5 players

Practices begin in April

and League play on May 2nd

Register online at:

www.seattle.gov/parks/athletics/youthspring.html

click to find our more

 

Club/Select Volleyball Opportunities

Lots of Information in one Post, also we have updated the calendar:

Puget Sound Region Boys Volleyball Collective

The Puget Sound Boys Volleyball Collective (PSBVc) provides opportunities for BOYS to compete in USAV Volleyball competition at a local, regional, and national level. PSVB was established to help boys in the Puget Sound have an avenue to play the sport they love.

We are dedicated to providing quality training, and competition at a local, regional, and national level. This competitive athletic experience can enhance social development, contribute to mental and physical health, and teach the values of teamwork, responsibility, self-discipline, and self-motivation.

PSBV is the effort of several clubs to build a platform for boys’ volleyball in the state of Washington. Athletes will be able to train in a local facility with once a month group practices to bring all the boys together for competition training. It is our goal to help the sport grow to where every club will have a successful boys program.

It is our sincere desire to provide a solid foundation of fundamentals to enable participants to develop, not only as players, but also as people. Given this base, we hope that these youths will continue playing well beyond their youth, for volleyball is truly a lifetime sport.

Advantages of Being Part of the Puget Sound Region Boys Volleyball Collective

1.  You can start to participate at any time
All you need to do to get started is to purchase a USAV Boys Junior Membership. Click Here for Membership Registration Instructions
2.  You can train as much or as little as you like. 
-Member clubs host Clinics and open gyms throughout the year that are open to all members of the PSRBVC for a cost of $20 per two hour session.
-Member clubs may also hold training sessions for players in their area.  Many of these sessions are open to anyone who would like to participate.
-Click Here to see upcoming training sessions and locations on the PSRBVC Calendar
3.  You can join teams with other players from the collective to compete in tournaments locally, regionally and nationally. 
-You can put a group of players together from the PSRBVC to enter tournaments.
-You will receive emails when groups are looking for players from the PSRBVC to go to tournaments and can choose to join them.

 

Tournaments:

Boys Bjerring Tournament: Feb. 28 at Lake Stevens Volleyball Training Center

We will be kicking off with a boy bjerring tournament on February 27th. In this format, every boy plays with and against every other player in the gym. It’s a great way to try volleyball out without having to get together a whole team to compete!

We encourage you to ask your sons friends or boys you know might be interested in playing (once we get them on the court the will fall in love)!!! Please email Boysvb@psrvb.org with any questions.

Sign up for this event in the Boys Volleyball Sections of the PSR Online Store. Click Here

 

Saturday, February 21, 2015 08:00am – 05:00pm
Boys Power League – CEVA Invitational – Portland, OR
Sunday, March 15, 2015 08:00am – 05:00pm
Boys Power League – Space Needle Invitational – Lynnwood, WA
Click Here for the Team Registration Form
Boys USAV National High Performance Tryout Registration
Sunday, March 22, 2015 08:30am – 05:00pm
CCVC Tournament – 16’s & 18’s – St. Helens, OR
Saturday, March 28, 2015 08:00am – 05:00pm
South Sound Tournament – Olympia, WA
Friday, April 10, 2015 – Saturday, April 11, 2015
Boys Power League – Idaho Strike Boys Tournament – Meridian, ID
Friday, April 24, 2015 – Saturday, April 25, 2015 08:00am – 05:00pm
Idaho Boys Classic – 12’s & 14’s – Boise, ID
Saturday, May 16, 2015 – Sunday, May 17, 2015 08:00am – 05:00pm
Boys Power League – Border Smackdown – Spokane, WA

 

Clubs involved with Volleyball:

Local Clubs Participating in the Puget Sound Region Boys Volleyball Collective

North End
Lake Volleyball Club
Eastside
Moxie Volleyball Club
Seattle Area
Kraken Volleyball Club

 

Other Clubs:

Bothell – Everett

Sabotage Volleyball Bond
Director: Bonney Ottow
Tryouts:  See Website

 

Seattle

SpaceNeedle Volleyball Foundation
Director: Mark West
Tryouts:
All Tryouts at: Shoreline Community College

 

Sea-Tac – Des Moines

Sabotage Volleyball Bond
Director: Bonney Ottow
Tryouts: See Website

 

Federal Way – Auburn

Power Surge Volleyball Club
Director: Kama Kalalu
Tryouts: See Website

 

Tacoma – Olympia Area

South Sound Volleyball Club
Director: Angela Spoja
Tryouts:
All Tryouts at Excel Sports Academy

 

Vancouver – Kelso (Columbia Empire Region)

Aces Volleyball Club
Director: Michal-Ann Watts
Tryouts: See Website

 

Spokane

Spokane Boys Volleyball Club

Director: Roland Malandy

KSD Elementary Volleyball Tournament 2014

Rolling 9 Deep
Rolling 9 Deep

The Kent School District has a tournament every year since 1969 featuring an unusual format but seemed to work for the participants: 9 man volleyball. Not all the schools fielded a full team. This year the tournament featured 5 schools: Lake Youngs, Meridian, Crestwood, Ridgewood, and Sunrise Elementary schools. This year the event was held at Meeker Middle School.

1st Official Season

Auburn, WA – Today during the bi-annual board of directors meeting Ballard High School was admitted as the second member school.    Mark Prescott, a math teacher at Ballard High School, and Liam Moser, a senior, are credited for putting the club together.  On the heels of the admittance of the second volleyball club, the association announced its first season to start in 2015, featuring a seeding tournament in October and the Association’s Championship Tournament in November.  Brian Boyer, the Commissioner said that other schools could possibly be admitted at the May Board Meeting, but did not give specific details on prospective schools.  Also as part of the meeting Mr. Prescott was named to the third board seat.

Here is the official press release.