Boys Washington Clubs

Boy’s Clubs in the Puget Sound Region

 

Bothell – Everett

Sabotage Volleyball Bond
Director: Bonney Ottow
Tryouts:  See Website

Lake Volleyball Club
Director:  Rachelle Manske
2014/15 Team Tryouts:  Oct. 16  Noon
Tryouts at:  Lake Stevens Volleyball Training Center

 

Eastside

Moxie Juniors
Director: Cindy Huang
2014/15 Season Tryouts: U14 – U18  Nov. 23  2:15-3:45pm
All Tryouts at: Jewish Day School

 

Seattle

Kraken Volleyball Club
Director: Jared Walters
Tryouts: Nov. 20  6-8pm
All Tryouts at:  Meany Middle School
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  (Evergreen Region)

Spokane Volleyball Club
Director: Roland Malandy
Tryouts: See Website

 

Amazon Partners with WSHSBVA for the Holiday Season

This year Amazon has partnered with the Association to help us raise money for kids wanting to get into volleyball through their High School.  You can help us and the best part it won’t cost you any money.  By clicking through our specialized web portal you will be able to contribute 2.4% of your purchase to the growth of Boys Volleyball.   Below are instructions on how to do so easily and effectively.  You can add the bookmark so you won’t have to visit the WSHSBVA home page every time.   The second way you can donate is through Amazon Smile, by adding us to your profile you can contribute 1.5% of your purchases through amazon smile.

 

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Watch Hockey Support Volleyball




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Mark your calendars for Saturday November 29th at the ShoWare Center in Kent.  In partnership with the Seattle Thunderbirds Community Sports Foundation, you can be apart of the Support a Sport night featuring the Seattle Thunderbirds vs Kootenay ICE based out of Cranbrook, British Columbia (that’s Canada).  By simply buying a normal $25.00 ticket from the link above, WSHSBVA will be given a donation of $20 from STCS.    For more information click on the below link.

Support A Sport 2014

 

 

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Seattle Boys Volleyball League

From Seattle Parks and Rec:

 

I wanted to let you all know of a new program being offered through Youth Athletics in the spring of 2015.

Please see the enclosed flyer.

Some general information includes:

 

Boys Youth Volleyball

This program will be offered to youth ages 10-17.

The season will begin on April 18th and will be offered on Saturdays at regional sites.

Sites will include Bitter Lake, Miller, and Rainier Community Centers.

Leagues will be offered for 10-11, 12-13, and 14-17 year olds.

The league will conclude on June 6, 2015.

Fee: $35 per person.

 

This information will be included in the winter brochures.  Please include this program in your CLASS entry.

 

If you would like Kristen to do your course entry in CLASS, please contact her atKristen.schuler@seattle.gov or at 5-0520.

 

We are looking forward to the start of what will become a great new sport reaching out into all communities!

 

Thanks for your help in getting this program started!

www.seattle.gov/parksflier 2014 2015 Boys Volleyball League

 

Frank Cammarano

Youth Athletics Program Coordinator

Seattle Parks and Recreation

5201 Green Lake Way N

Seattle, WA 98103

206-684-7091 (Phone)

206-615-0073 (Fax)

 

3 New Camps from Connection Hawaii Volleyball

From Alfred:

Aloha Mai Kakou:

Next weekend will be our FINAL Fall/Winter camp offering, both Indoor & Sand, in the Greater Puget Sound area until we return in the summer of 2015

Mini camp and clinic is open to boys and girls of all skill abilities.

Attached is information for you [Flyer, Camp Staff BIO, Registration Form] egarding our return and final camp offering hosted at the Everett Boys & Girls Club, Saturday, September 20, 2014; one 4-hour session, 9 am – 1 pm.

Monday, September 22, 2014, we will have a Sand clinic at Bottega Beach sand courts, one 2.5 hour session, 5:00-7:30 pm.

Jake, Zach and I will remain in Seattle until Thursday, September 25, so we will be available to attend high school matches and practices to observe and help coaches on Tuesday and Wednesday, September 23and 24.

Thank you for forwarding the information to your contacts. Attend with a friend or two.  We would love to work with all of you one last time.

Here’s video on Jake and Zach (you will love them; those of you who have attended our recent camp and have interacted with each know they are great human beings and outstanding volleyball athletes):

Jacob (family): national champion player, national champion coach, pro indoor men’s volleyball athlete – Austria

Jersey retired at high school/Hall of Fame inductee

Video: http://youtu.be/6P4X6TKBD4M

Zachary (family): national champion player, pro indoor men’s volleyball athletes – Greece & The Netherlands

Jersey retired at high school/Hall of Fame inductee

Video: http://youtu.be/sVhMRvViWJY

New content, new concepts training and lots of quality reps and instruction by Jake, Zach, Meghan and myself.

Good luck with Fall Intensives; we hope you will join us for one final time this Fall/Winter until our return in June 2015 and make many new friends.

Very respectfully,

Alfred, Jake, Zach & Meghan

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2014 Fall-Winter Camp Coaching Staff

Calling all High School Boys….

We need a few more high school aged boys for the UW camp two Mondays from now.   If you want to attend please visit http://www.jimmclaughlinvolleyball.com/ and register if you are having any trouble please send me an email: brian@wshsbva.com.

 

2014 Spring Open All Tournament Team

The following made the 2014 Spring Open Tournament:

MVP: Anatoliy Krot, Lynwood High School (Played with Cascade High School Students) , Senior Outside Hitter

 

Libero: Adam Tainter, Curtis High School, Freshman

Setter: Jacob Ruley, Graham-Kampowsin (Played with Washington High School Students), Sophmore

Outside Hitter:  Jonathan Carlson, Curtis High School, Freshman

Opposite:  Igor Stakhmyuk, Cascade High School

Middle Blocker:  Brian Porter, North Thurston High School (Played with students from O’Dea High School), Junior

Middle Blocker 2: Nick Tsaruk, Cascade High School, Senior

Students From Cascade High School Win Spring Open Tournament

Mostly comprised of students from Cascade High School
Mostly comprised of students from Cascade High School

Last year the group of students from Cascade High School were caught flat footed in the championship game against a seasoned club team mostly from Graham-Kampowsin High School, this year they were not to be denied.  The foe in this years final was a group of students from Curtis High School, most on the South Sound  Volleyball club team.   As the afternoon wore on it was becoming apparent that this group comprised mostly of Jrs and Srs were not going home without hosting the trophy.  There commitment to volleyball was evident when after the tournament the group huddled together and talked about playing later that evening in Mill Creek, WA, close to the Cascade High School Campus.

The differences in style of play could not be any more apparent in the championship game.  The team consisting of mostly students from Curtis High School ran a consistent 5-1 throughout the tournament.  The Cascade students ran the setter out of the middle and rotated to the setter position.   As the commissioner put it, “It’s not the style of play, but the perfection of the style of play that wins at this level of volleyball.”   To get to the championship the students from Cascade played a host of students from Washington High School, the first ever member school.  The play was great, and though the eventual champions won in two, Washington came within a few points to push the game to three.  The more energized match, which may have been the students from Curtis’s downfall was the O’dea students pushing the young team to three games and losing only by a score of 17-15 in the third game.   The Tournament Team will be announced tomorrow.

This years tournament featured only 4 teams, but the commissioner blamed it more on moving the date into June, than on lack of interest.  “If we had kept the same weekend, we would have easily eclipsed 7 teams and really pushed to eight teams. ” said Brian Boyer The commissioner of the WSHSBVA. “It’s a great lesson to learn now, and next week we will have our dates for next year all finalized this time much earlier in the year.”  WSHSBVA also announced that they would be hosting a Boys Doubles Grass Tournament, next year.   Dates and locations have yet to be determined.    The tournament was held at the Five12 courts in Puyallup, home to the Lake Tapps Volleyball Club.