Boys & girls in grades 4th-12th are welcome to participate in our youth volleyball leagues.
These leagues are designed to provide an opportunity for 4th–12th grade boys & girls to participate in an organized volleyball league. The program will emphasize instruction in the fundamental skills of volleyball and the concept of teamwork and sportsmanship in a youth sports activity.
Applicants should register at grade level they will enter in September. Players that make the high school Varsity, JV, JVII teams are ineligible to play in this program. Completed Medical Consent Forms and Parent/Athlete Concussion Forms are required before a player can participate in our league.
Volunteer Coaches Needed
If you are interested or know of anyone interested in coaching a volleyball team, please complete this online coaching application or call 503/629-6330 for more information. Training is available.
Recreational play. Every effort will be made to place players from the same elementary school together. If there are not enough players from the same elementary school, players that live within the same middle school attendance area may be added.
6th-8th Grade Program (Co-ed)
Depending on the number of participants, there will be two levels of competition: competitive and recreational. Players interested in being evaluated for a competitive team will need to attend the player evaluation that will be held at the Athletic Center.
Player evaluation dates for COMPETITIVE MIDDLE SCHOOL LEAGUE:
TBD Players are not required to attend. Players already on a competitive team should not attend. No sign up necessary.
9th-12th Grade Program (Co-ed)
Depending on the number of participants, there will be two levels of competition: competitive and recreational. Every effort will be made to place players from the same high school together or with their preferred coach. If there are not enough participants to divide into two seperate leagues, they will be combined.
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