We are having an open-gym event on Saturday the 21st dedicated to helping players find a team for the May/June 6x6 and 4x4 season. We'll have a court set-up to play some quick games so you can meet people, demonstrate your skills, and get recruited by a captain. Captains and league organizers will be present and available to help out with placement if necessary.
Who Should Attend:
• Intermediate/advanced volleyball players interested in the 6x6 and/or 4x4 May/June season.
• Captains looking for new prospective team members.
The goal of this event is to introduce the 6x6 and 4x4 Coed May/June competitive season and to help you find a team.
*Please note, you must be recruited by a captain to play in the league. If you don't have a team and cannot attend this event, please reach out to a team captain or league organizer.
4x4 and 6x6 Season Begins May 1st. *League games will be on Wednesday evenings at Miller Community Center.
6x6 Season Begins May 5th. * League games will be on Sunday evenings at Miller Community Center.
April 27 Open Gym for Recreational Play!
See you on the court!
3-4PM Intermediate Players
4-5PM Advanced Players
April 27th Open Gym for Recreational Players
Our Intermediate Division will mainly consist of B level players (with maybe a few BB players) and our Advanced Division will mainly consist of BB and A players.
AA- Nearly Olympic. Or at least able to dig an Olympic Player's attack hit or able to once in a while put a ball down as a hitter against an Olympic Team. OK. No one can ever put a ball down against an Olympic defense. But an adult AA team of players would be able to beat a college Division I team of their same sex at least some of the time.
A- An "A" player is somewhere between "BB" and "AA". They know all the skills extremely well but cannot always execute the super-high level plays extremely effectively all the time. "A" players can run combination plays in a basic way if passes are good. That includes slides, tandems, x's, crosses, and back-row hitting.
BB- A "BB" player knows where to be on the court at all times when plays are developing. He/she knows where to be when the opponent is hitting. A "BB" player knows the footwork of and how to approach hitting effectively. A "BB" player knows how to run a 5-1, a 6-2, and needlessly, a 4-2.
B- - A "B" player is still in the early learning stages of the game but knows the skills. A "B" player knows how to bump, set (a little), and spike. But a "B" player has a lot of practice yet to go to be able to do these skills consistently. A "B" player makes mistakes often.
Recreational- A "Recreational" player is a Beginner. A Recreational player should know the basics of volleyball, and played some volleyball before, but he/she is just beginning to bump, set, and spike. A Recreational player should not RSVP to an event which includes "BB" or "A" level players.