Ladera volleyball league - FALL
SEPTEMBER 4 - NOVEMBER 13, 2019
The Ladera Volleyball League (LVL) is for boys and girls in 2nd – 8th grades who are interested in volleyball and want to learn more. With trained coaches from Prime Volleyball, your child will learn the fundamentals of volleyball in a fun, relaxed league!
The goal of LVL is for young athletes to learn and have fun! We expect all coaches and parents to embrace the spirit of the league and help us create a positive learning environment.
This is a 10-week session and evaluations will take place on Wednesday, September 4th. Practice starts September 9. Practices will take place from 3:30 - 5:00pm on Mondays and games will be from 3:30 - 5:00pm on Wednesdays.
Register Before the Price Goes Up!
June 1 - June 30: $360
July 1 - July 15: $390
July 16 - July 31: $420
Aug 1 - Aug 15: $450
Aug 16 - Sept 9: $480
Teams will consist of 10-12 athletes
Play is 3 set rally score matches (21,21,15)
Team captains will participate in a coin toss to determine serve and side
Warm-ups will be 2-4-4 (2 minutes of joint ball handling followed by 4 minutes for each team beginning with the serving team)
Teams switch sides between each set and switch sides at 8 in the third set
May start at a maximum of 18 feet onto the court (two feet behind the 10ft line)
For each service, the player must step back toward the endline
On the fourth attempt to serve for the term of service, ALL servers must be behind the endline
Foot Faults will now be called
After five consecutive serves in the court teams must rotate to their next server
*If your servers are on the court foot faulting and service goes to the deep back court, this server must step way back on the next serve – on, near or behind the endline. The allowing of foot faults is just so the server can get the serve over the net and not to beat the serve receive with the deep service or to over-power them with the overhand serve.
Subjective ball handling violations will only be called in the oldest age group and will be called loosely to allow play to continue as much as possible
In younger age groups doubles will not be called, but significant lifts (catching the ball) will be called