Feb
11
Sat
ERVA Power League Volleyball
Feb 11 @ 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
ERVA Power League Volleyball @ HUB Sports Center

Evergreen Region Volleyball – Power League

Details:

Hosted By: Evergreen Region Volleyball Association
Tournament Contact:  Lindsay Callaghan
Tournament Email: office@evergreenregion.org

2023 POWER LEAGUE DATES

Entry Fee: $1100 for all 4 events.

Teams who register for the Power League Qualifier are signing up for all 4 event dates. 

Teams who do not qualify will be entered into the alternate events. Spots will be held for your team and you do not have to sign up for them on tournament sign up day.

You will pay for all 4 events up front and ERVA will disburse the entry fee to the appropriate entity based on your qualifying status. $1100 for all 4 events due by November 28, 2022.

January 7, 2023 | Power League Qualifier | U14 
Location: HUB Sports Center

January 8, 2023 | Power League Qualifier | U14 
Location: HUB Sports Center

February 11, 2023 | U14
Location: HUB Sports Center

February 12, 2023 | U16
Location: HUB Sports Center

March 4, 2023 | U14
Location: HUB Sports Center

March 5, 2023 | U16
Location: HUB Sports Center

April 15, 2023 | U14 | Combined with INK
Location: HUB Sports Center, Riverside and/or Various Schools

April 16, 2023 | U16 | Combined with INK
Location: HUB Sports Center, Riverside and/or Various Schools

2023 ALTERNATE TOURNAMENTS

Teams who do NOT qualify for the remaining Power League tournaments will automatically be placed into the following tournaments after the qualifier event. Teams DO NOT have to sign up for these events, tournament directors are holding spaces for the non-qualifying teams.

February 11, 2023 | Sideout Classic U14
Location: Mead Schools

February 12, 2023 | Ace of Hearts U16
Location: HUB Sports Center

March 4, 2022 | U14 Shamrock Showdown
Location: HUB Sports Center

March 5, 2022 | U16 Shamrock Showdown
Location: HUB Sports Center

April 15, 2023 | U14 | Combined with INK
Location: HUB Sports Center, Riverside and/or Various Schools

April 16, 2023 | U16 | Combined with INK
Location: HUB Sports Center, Riverside and/or Various Schools


Overview & Structure

Power League is a series of 4 tournaments hosted by the Evergreen Region for the U14 and U16 age divisions. The first tournament, held in January will be a seeding/qualification tournament, followed by three more tournaments occurring monthly from January – March. The up or down movement of a team in each tournament will determine their final finish in Power League.

 

TEAM SIGN-UP AND ACCEPTANCE INTO ERVA POWER LEAGUE

All teams will participate in the ERVA Power League Qualifier in January. Teams who do NOT finish in the top 16 will play in the designated alternate tournaments. ERVA has the approval of the designated tournament directors to hold spots in their tournaments for the non-qualifying teams.

Format

In Power League Tournaments, each division will consist of 8 teams. Within each division, teams are snake seeded into 2 pools of 4 teams. Competition includes 4 team pool play followed by single elimination bracket play.

1st and 2nd seeds from each pool will playoff in a 4 team playoff after pool play. 3rd and 4th place seeds from each pool will playoff in a 4 team playoff after pool play.

Teams finishing 1st in the 1st/2nd seed playoff will advance to the next higher division for the next power league date. Example: team finishing 1st in the silver pool 1st/2nd playoffs will move into GOLD division at next power league.

Teams finishing last in the 3rd/4the seed playoff will drop down a division for the next power league date. Example: team finishing last in the Gold pool 3rd/4th playoffs will move down into the Silver division at next power league.

Seeding & Rankings

The first tournament in January will be a seeding tournament. The initial tournament seeding will be determined by the ERVA Seeding Committee. The Committee will use the previous season’s Regional Championship results, 2019 Power League Rankings, ERVA Rankings, and contact clubs directly regarding their teams. After the first tournament, the seeding for each Power League tournament will be based on the previous tournament’s results.

ERVA Power League will have its own P.L. ranking to determine seeding for the 3 remaining tournaments, along with determining a Power League Champion.

Feb
12
Sun
ERVA Power League Volleyball
Feb 12 @ 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
ERVA Power League Volleyball @ HUB Sports Center

Evergreen Region Volleyball – Power League

Details:

Hosted By: Evergreen Region Volleyball Association
Tournament Contact:  Lindsay Callaghan
Tournament Email: office@evergreenregion.org

2023 POWER LEAGUE DATES

Entry Fee: $1100 for all 4 events.

Teams who register for the Power League Qualifier are signing up for all 4 event dates. 

Teams who do not qualify will be entered into the alternate events. Spots will be held for your team and you do not have to sign up for them on tournament sign up day.

You will pay for all 4 events up front and ERVA will disburse the entry fee to the appropriate entity based on your qualifying status. $1100 for all 4 events due by November 28, 2022.

January 7, 2023 | Power League Qualifier | U14 
Location: HUB Sports Center

January 8, 2023 | Power League Qualifier | U14 
Location: HUB Sports Center

February 11, 2023 | U14
Location: HUB Sports Center

February 12, 2023 | U16
Location: HUB Sports Center

March 4, 2023 | U14
Location: HUB Sports Center

March 5, 2023 | U16
Location: HUB Sports Center

April 15, 2023 | U14 | Combined with INK
Location: HUB Sports Center, Riverside and/or Various Schools

April 16, 2023 | U16 | Combined with INK
Location: HUB Sports Center, Riverside and/or Various Schools

2023 ALTERNATE TOURNAMENTS

Teams who do NOT qualify for the remaining Power League tournaments will automatically be placed into the following tournaments after the qualifier event. Teams DO NOT have to sign up for these events, tournament directors are holding spaces for the non-qualifying teams.

February 11, 2023 | Sideout Classic U14
Location: Mead Schools

February 12, 2023 | Ace of Hearts U16
Location: HUB Sports Center

March 4, 2022 | U14 Shamrock Showdown
Location: HUB Sports Center

March 5, 2022 | U16 Shamrock Showdown
Location: HUB Sports Center

April 15, 2023 | U14 | Combined with INK
Location: HUB Sports Center, Riverside and/or Various Schools

April 16, 2023 | U16 | Combined with INK
Location: HUB Sports Center, Riverside and/or Various Schools


Overview & Structure

Power League is a series of 4 tournaments hosted by the Evergreen Region for the U14 and U16 age divisions. The first tournament, held in January will be a seeding/qualification tournament, followed by three more tournaments occurring monthly from January – March. The up or down movement of a team in each tournament will determine their final finish in Power League.

 

TEAM SIGN-UP AND ACCEPTANCE INTO ERVA POWER LEAGUE

All teams will participate in the ERVA Power League Qualifier in January. Teams who do NOT finish in the top 16 will play in the designated alternate tournaments. ERVA has the approval of the designated tournament directors to hold spots in their tournaments for the non-qualifying teams.

Format

In Power League Tournaments, each division will consist of 8 teams. Within each division, teams are snake seeded into 2 pools of 4 teams. Competition includes 4 team pool play followed by single elimination bracket play.

1st and 2nd seeds from each pool will playoff in a 4 team playoff after pool play. 3rd and 4th place seeds from each pool will playoff in a 4 team playoff after pool play.

Teams finishing 1st in the 1st/2nd seed playoff will advance to the next higher division for the next power league date. Example: team finishing 1st in the silver pool 1st/2nd playoffs will move into GOLD division at next power league.

Teams finishing last in the 3rd/4the seed playoff will drop down a division for the next power league date. Example: team finishing last in the Gold pool 3rd/4th playoffs will move down into the Silver division at next power league.

Seeding & Rankings

The first tournament in January will be a seeding tournament. The initial tournament seeding will be determined by the ERVA Seeding Committee. The Committee will use the previous season’s Regional Championship results, 2019 Power League Rankings, ERVA Rankings, and contact clubs directly regarding their teams. After the first tournament, the seeding for each Power League tournament will be based on the previous tournament’s results.

ERVA Power League will have its own P.L. ranking to determine seeding for the 3 remaining tournaments, along with determining a Power League Champion.

Feb
15
Wed
Homeschool PE 22-23
Feb 15 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am

This program is designed with the Homeschooler in mind! Students ages 4-18 will have the opportunity to interact with other children their age in a fun, friendly, and active environment. During a semester, your child will focus on different motor skills while learning different sports and games. They will learn proper techniques and game rules that will help them in their development.

Homeschool Physical Education

This program is designed with the Homeschooler in mind! Students ages 4-18 will have the opportunity to interact with other children their age in a fun, friendly, and active environment. During a semester, your child will focus on different motor skills while learning different sports and games. They will learn proper techniques and game rules that will help them in their development.

Students will be split up into groups based on their ages.

Must be pre-registered.

Cost: Daily option: $7/child for first 2 children (additional children $5/each). Semester option: $40/child for first 2 children (additional children $26/child). Dates are non-transferable.

2022-23 Semester #1 Dates:
November 2
November 16
December 7
December 21
January 4
January 18
February 1

Click Here to register!

2022-23 Semester #2 Dates:
February 15
March 1
March 15
April 5
April 19
May 3
May 17

Click Here to register!

Class Expectations

  1. Be Responsible; Come to class prepared to participate; wear appropriate clothing for activity following the PE appropriate dress guidelines.
  2. No food, gum, candy, or drinks on court (except water).
  3. Observe safety rules and listen to directions.

Appropriate Dress

  1. Students need to wear pants, shorts or skorts on their PE day. No skirts or dresses please.
  2. Students need to wear shoes that cover their toes and stay on their feet on their PE day. No sandals, flats, slip-ons, boots, high heels or flip flops.

 

Feb
25
Sat
AAU Spring Shootout Tournament
Feb 25 @ 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
AAU Spring Shootout Tournament @ HUB Sports Center
The 2023 Shootout Spring Classic Basketball Tournament will be February 25 & 26.  

This tournament is the perfect ending for another great season of basketball. Boys and girls teams 4th grade to 8th grade are welcome to come display their skills.

Please note weather warning: Tournament will go on as scheduled unless advised directly from the Spokane AAU Staff. Please drive safely.

http://www.spokaneaau.com/spring-classic/

Feb
26
Sun
AAU Spring Shootout Tournament
Feb 26 @ 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
AAU Spring Shootout Tournament @ HUB Sports Center
The 2023 Shootout Spring Classic Basketball Tournament will be February 25 & 26.  

This tournament is the perfect ending for another great season of basketball. Boys and girls teams 4th grade to 8th grade are welcome to come display their skills.

Please note weather warning: Tournament will go on as scheduled unless advised directly from the Spokane AAU Staff. Please drive safely.

http://www.spokaneaau.com/spring-classic/

Mar
1
Wed
Homeschool PE 22-23
Mar 1 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am

This program is designed with the Homeschooler in mind! Students ages 4-18 will have the opportunity to interact with other children their age in a fun, friendly, and active environment. During a semester, your child will focus on different motor skills while learning different sports and games. They will learn proper techniques and game rules that will help them in their development.

Homeschool Physical Education

This program is designed with the Homeschooler in mind! Students ages 4-18 will have the opportunity to interact with other children their age in a fun, friendly, and active environment. During a semester, your child will focus on different motor skills while learning different sports and games. They will learn proper techniques and game rules that will help them in their development.

Students will be split up into groups based on their ages.

Must be pre-registered.

Cost: Daily option: $7/child for first 2 children (additional children $5/each). Semester option: $40/child for first 2 children (additional children $26/child). Dates are non-transferable.

2022-23 Semester #1 Dates:
November 2
November 16
December 7
December 21
January 4
January 18
February 1

Click Here to register!

2022-23 Semester #2 Dates:
February 15
March 1
March 15
April 5
April 19
May 3
May 17

Click Here to register!

Class Expectations

  1. Be Responsible; Come to class prepared to participate; wear appropriate clothing for activity following the PE appropriate dress guidelines.
  2. No food, gum, candy, or drinks on court (except water).
  3. Observe safety rules and listen to directions.

Appropriate Dress

  1. Students need to wear pants, shorts or skorts on their PE day. No skirts or dresses please.
  2. Students need to wear shoes that cover their toes and stay on their feet on their PE day. No sandals, flats, slip-ons, boots, high heels or flip flops.

 

Mar
4
Sat
ERVA Power League Volleyball
Mar 4 @ 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
ERVA Power League Volleyball @ HUB Sports Center

Evergreen Region Volleyball – Power League

Details:

Hosted By: Evergreen Region Volleyball Association
Tournament Contact:  Lindsay Callaghan
Tournament Email: office@evergreenregion.org

2023 POWER LEAGUE DATES

Entry Fee: $1100 for all 4 events.

Teams who register for the Power League Qualifier are signing up for all 4 event dates. 

Teams who do not qualify will be entered into the alternate events. Spots will be held for your team and you do not have to sign up for them on tournament sign up day.

You will pay for all 4 events up front and ERVA will disburse the entry fee to the appropriate entity based on your qualifying status. $1100 for all 4 events due by November 28, 2022.

January 7, 2023 | Power League Qualifier | U14 
Location: HUB Sports Center

January 8, 2023 | Power League Qualifier | U14 
Location: HUB Sports Center

February 11, 2023 | U14
Location: HUB Sports Center

February 12, 2023 | U16
Location: HUB Sports Center

March 4, 2023 | U14
Location: HUB Sports Center

March 5, 2023 | U16
Location: HUB Sports Center

April 15, 2023 | U14 | Combined with INK
Location: HUB Sports Center, Riverside and/or Various Schools

April 16, 2023 | U16 | Combined with INK
Location: HUB Sports Center, Riverside and/or Various Schools

2023 ALTERNATE TOURNAMENTS

Teams who do NOT qualify for the remaining Power League tournaments will automatically be placed into the following tournaments after the qualifier event. Teams DO NOT have to sign up for these events, tournament directors are holding spaces for the non-qualifying teams.

February 11, 2023 | Sideout Classic U14
Location: Mead Schools

February 12, 2023 | Ace of Hearts U16
Location: HUB Sports Center

March 4, 2022 | U14 Shamrock Showdown
Location: HUB Sports Center

March 5, 2022 | U16 Shamrock Showdown
Location: HUB Sports Center

April 15, 2023 | U14 | Combined with INK
Location: HUB Sports Center, Riverside and/or Various Schools

April 16, 2023 | U16 | Combined with INK
Location: HUB Sports Center, Riverside and/or Various Schools


Overview & Structure

Power League is a series of 4 tournaments hosted by the Evergreen Region for the U14 and U16 age divisions. The first tournament, held in January will be a seeding/qualification tournament, followed by three more tournaments occurring monthly from January – March. The up or down movement of a team in each tournament will determine their final finish in Power League.

 

TEAM SIGN-UP AND ACCEPTANCE INTO ERVA POWER LEAGUE

All teams will participate in the ERVA Power League Qualifier in January. Teams who do NOT finish in the top 16 will play in the designated alternate tournaments. ERVA has the approval of the designated tournament directors to hold spots in their tournaments for the non-qualifying teams.

Format

In Power League Tournaments, each division will consist of 8 teams. Within each division, teams are snake seeded into 2 pools of 4 teams. Competition includes 4 team pool play followed by single elimination bracket play.

1st and 2nd seeds from each pool will playoff in a 4 team playoff after pool play. 3rd and 4th place seeds from each pool will playoff in a 4 team playoff after pool play.

Teams finishing 1st in the 1st/2nd seed playoff will advance to the next higher division for the next power league date. Example: team finishing 1st in the silver pool 1st/2nd playoffs will move into GOLD division at next power league.

Teams finishing last in the 3rd/4the seed playoff will drop down a division for the next power league date. Example: team finishing last in the Gold pool 3rd/4th playoffs will move down into the Silver division at next power league.

Seeding & Rankings

The first tournament in January will be a seeding tournament. The initial tournament seeding will be determined by the ERVA Seeding Committee. The Committee will use the previous season’s Regional Championship results, 2019 Power League Rankings, ERVA Rankings, and contact clubs directly regarding their teams. After the first tournament, the seeding for each Power League tournament will be based on the previous tournament’s results.

ERVA Power League will have its own P.L. ranking to determine seeding for the 3 remaining tournaments, along with determining a Power League Champion.

Mar
5
Sun
ERVA Power League Volleyball
Mar 5 @ 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
ERVA Power League Volleyball @ HUB Sports Center

Evergreen Region Volleyball – Power League

Details:

Hosted By: Evergreen Region Volleyball Association
Tournament Contact:  Lindsay Callaghan
Tournament Email: office@evergreenregion.org

2023 POWER LEAGUE DATES

Entry Fee: $1100 for all 4 events.

Teams who register for the Power League Qualifier are signing up for all 4 event dates. 

Teams who do not qualify will be entered into the alternate events. Spots will be held for your team and you do not have to sign up for them on tournament sign up day.

You will pay for all 4 events up front and ERVA will disburse the entry fee to the appropriate entity based on your qualifying status. $1100 for all 4 events due by November 28, 2022.

January 7, 2023 | Power League Qualifier | U14 
Location: HUB Sports Center

January 8, 2023 | Power League Qualifier | U14 
Location: HUB Sports Center

February 11, 2023 | U14
Location: HUB Sports Center

February 12, 2023 | U16
Location: HUB Sports Center

March 4, 2023 | U14
Location: HUB Sports Center

March 5, 2023 | U16
Location: HUB Sports Center

April 15, 2023 | U14 | Combined with INK
Location: HUB Sports Center, Riverside and/or Various Schools

April 16, 2023 | U16 | Combined with INK
Location: HUB Sports Center, Riverside and/or Various Schools

2023 ALTERNATE TOURNAMENTS

Teams who do NOT qualify for the remaining Power League tournaments will automatically be placed into the following tournaments after the qualifier event. Teams DO NOT have to sign up for these events, tournament directors are holding spaces for the non-qualifying teams.

February 11, 2023 | Sideout Classic U14
Location: Mead Schools

February 12, 2023 | Ace of Hearts U16
Location: HUB Sports Center

March 4, 2022 | U14 Shamrock Showdown
Location: HUB Sports Center

March 5, 2022 | U16 Shamrock Showdown
Location: HUB Sports Center

April 15, 2023 | U14 | Combined with INK
Location: HUB Sports Center, Riverside and/or Various Schools

April 16, 2023 | U16 | Combined with INK
Location: HUB Sports Center, Riverside and/or Various Schools


Overview & Structure

Power League is a series of 4 tournaments hosted by the Evergreen Region for the U14 and U16 age divisions. The first tournament, held in January will be a seeding/qualification tournament, followed by three more tournaments occurring monthly from January – March. The up or down movement of a team in each tournament will determine their final finish in Power League.

 

TEAM SIGN-UP AND ACCEPTANCE INTO ERVA POWER LEAGUE

All teams will participate in the ERVA Power League Qualifier in January. Teams who do NOT finish in the top 16 will play in the designated alternate tournaments. ERVA has the approval of the designated tournament directors to hold spots in their tournaments for the non-qualifying teams.

Format

In Power League Tournaments, each division will consist of 8 teams. Within each division, teams are snake seeded into 2 pools of 4 teams. Competition includes 4 team pool play followed by single elimination bracket play.

1st and 2nd seeds from each pool will playoff in a 4 team playoff after pool play. 3rd and 4th place seeds from each pool will playoff in a 4 team playoff after pool play.

Teams finishing 1st in the 1st/2nd seed playoff will advance to the next higher division for the next power league date. Example: team finishing 1st in the silver pool 1st/2nd playoffs will move into GOLD division at next power league.

Teams finishing last in the 3rd/4the seed playoff will drop down a division for the next power league date. Example: team finishing last in the Gold pool 3rd/4th playoffs will move down into the Silver division at next power league.

Seeding & Rankings

The first tournament in January will be a seeding tournament. The initial tournament seeding will be determined by the ERVA Seeding Committee. The Committee will use the previous season’s Regional Championship results, 2019 Power League Rankings, ERVA Rankings, and contact clubs directly regarding their teams. After the first tournament, the seeding for each Power League tournament will be based on the previous tournament’s results.

ERVA Power League will have its own P.L. ranking to determine seeding for the 3 remaining tournaments, along with determining a Power League Champion.

Mar
10
Fri
State Middle School Basketball Championships
Mar 10 @ 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
State Middle School Basketball Championships @ HUB Sports Center

The top teams in the state will again meet in the Spokane Valley to battle it out for the annual Washington Middle School Basketball Championship. After a long regular season playing against other teams in your area, the State Basketball Championship offers teams the shot to compete against fresh faces from all corners of the state.
This is not your ordinary league tournament, but rather the chance of a lifetime for all kids… “Remember the time we went to State!?!”

Games Live Streamed via PlaySightLINK

Championship Overview

♦  Two Championship divisions, School/Feeder and Club (non-school teams). Both divisions offer exciting competition for Boys and Girls grades 4-8.
♦  All teams play a minimum of 4 games. Some will play 5 games.
♦  Play begins as early as 4pm Friday and latest Sunday games tip off at 3:30pm.
♦  Entry fees are regularly $400 per team, however early sign up and multiple team discounts are available.
♦  Awards for teams and for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places in both divisions
♦  Game results immediately posted to the website after completion

There’s more! Here’s what you’ll get when we See You at STATE!

♦  Players and coaches will play middle school aged teams that they’ve never faced before. We have teams traveling from all over Washington: the Puget Sound area, Olympic Peninsula, Southwestern WA, Tri Cities, Yakima and Bellingham. Of course, there’ll be some hometown teams representing Spokane also!
♦  Partner hotels and resorts offering discounted rates.
♦  Competition will be held at clean, multi-court venues.  Friday and Saturday will feature exciting pool play with Sunday bringing the magic of the semi-finals and Championship games.
♦  Certified referees from the Spokane Basketball Officials Association and other associations throughout the state.
♦  Pre-determined scoreboard operators and scorebook keepers. No need for State coaches to pull visiting parent volunteers from the stands. So parents can sit back and relax (if watching your child compete in the Championship is relaxing?!)

All of the above while enjoying the Spokane Valley – one the top tourist destinations in Washington! “Play Hooky Monday” – stay Sunday night and enjoy a family day on Monday.

Mar
11
Sat
State Middle School Basketball Championships
Mar 11 @ 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
State Middle School Basketball Championships @ HUB Sports Center

The top teams in the state will again meet in the Spokane Valley to battle it out for the annual Washington Middle School Basketball Championship. After a long regular season playing against other teams in your area, the State Basketball Championship offers teams the shot to compete against fresh faces from all corners of the state.
This is not your ordinary league tournament, but rather the chance of a lifetime for all kids… “Remember the time we went to State!?!”

Games Live Streamed via PlaySightLINK

Championship Overview

♦  Two Championship divisions, School/Feeder and Club (non-school teams). Both divisions offer exciting competition for Boys and Girls grades 4-8.
♦  All teams play a minimum of 4 games. Some will play 5 games.
♦  Play begins as early as 4pm Friday and latest Sunday games tip off at 3:30pm.
♦  Entry fees are regularly $400 per team, however early sign up and multiple team discounts are available.
♦  Awards for teams and for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places in both divisions
♦  Game results immediately posted to the website after completion

There’s more! Here’s what you’ll get when we See You at STATE!

♦  Players and coaches will play middle school aged teams that they’ve never faced before. We have teams traveling from all over Washington: the Puget Sound area, Olympic Peninsula, Southwestern WA, Tri Cities, Yakima and Bellingham. Of course, there’ll be some hometown teams representing Spokane also!
♦  Partner hotels and resorts offering discounted rates.
♦  Competition will be held at clean, multi-court venues.  Friday and Saturday will feature exciting pool play with Sunday bringing the magic of the semi-finals and Championship games.
♦  Certified referees from the Spokane Basketball Officials Association and other associations throughout the state.
♦  Pre-determined scoreboard operators and scorebook keepers. No need for State coaches to pull visiting parent volunteers from the stands. So parents can sit back and relax (if watching your child compete in the Championship is relaxing?!)

All of the above while enjoying the Spokane Valley – one the top tourist destinations in Washington! “Play Hooky Monday” – stay Sunday night and enjoy a family day on Monday.

Mar
12
Sun
State Middle School Basketball Championships
Mar 12 @ 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
State Middle School Basketball Championships @ HUB Sports Center

The top teams in the state will again meet in the Spokane Valley to battle it out for the annual Washington Middle School Basketball Championship. After a long regular season playing against other teams in your area, the State Basketball Championship offers teams the shot to compete against fresh faces from all corners of the state.
This is not your ordinary league tournament, but rather the chance of a lifetime for all kids… “Remember the time we went to State!?!”

Games Live Streamed via PlaySightLINK

Championship Overview

♦  Two Championship divisions, School/Feeder and Club (non-school teams). Both divisions offer exciting competition for Boys and Girls grades 4-8.
♦  All teams play a minimum of 4 games. Some will play 5 games.
♦  Play begins as early as 4pm Friday and latest Sunday games tip off at 3:30pm.
♦  Entry fees are regularly $400 per team, however early sign up and multiple team discounts are available.
♦  Awards for teams and for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places in both divisions
♦  Game results immediately posted to the website after completion

There’s more! Here’s what you’ll get when we See You at STATE!

♦  Players and coaches will play middle school aged teams that they’ve never faced before. We have teams traveling from all over Washington: the Puget Sound area, Olympic Peninsula, Southwestern WA, Tri Cities, Yakima and Bellingham. Of course, there’ll be some hometown teams representing Spokane also!
♦  Partner hotels and resorts offering discounted rates.
♦  Competition will be held at clean, multi-court venues.  Friday and Saturday will feature exciting pool play with Sunday bringing the magic of the semi-finals and Championship games.
♦  Certified referees from the Spokane Basketball Officials Association and other associations throughout the state.
♦  Pre-determined scoreboard operators and scorebook keepers. No need for State coaches to pull visiting parent volunteers from the stands. So parents can sit back and relax (if watching your child compete in the Championship is relaxing?!)

All of the above while enjoying the Spokane Valley – one the top tourist destinations in Washington! “Play Hooky Monday” – stay Sunday night and enjoy a family day on Monday.

Mar
15
Wed
Homeschool PE 22-23
Mar 15 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am

This program is designed with the Homeschooler in mind! Students ages 4-18 will have the opportunity to interact with other children their age in a fun, friendly, and active environment. During a semester, your child will focus on different motor skills while learning different sports and games. They will learn proper techniques and game rules that will help them in their development.

Homeschool Physical Education

This program is designed with the Homeschooler in mind! Students ages 4-18 will have the opportunity to interact with other children their age in a fun, friendly, and active environment. During a semester, your child will focus on different motor skills while learning different sports and games. They will learn proper techniques and game rules that will help them in their development.

Students will be split up into groups based on their ages.

Must be pre-registered.

Cost: Daily option: $7/child for first 2 children (additional children $5/each). Semester option: $40/child for first 2 children (additional children $26/child). Dates are non-transferable.

2022-23 Semester #1 Dates:
November 2
November 16
December 7
December 21
January 4
January 18
February 1

Click Here to register!

2022-23 Semester #2 Dates:
February 15
March 1
March 15
April 5
April 19
May 3
May 17

Click Here to register!

Class Expectations

  1. Be Responsible; Come to class prepared to participate; wear appropriate clothing for activity following the PE appropriate dress guidelines.
  2. No food, gum, candy, or drinks on court (except water).
  3. Observe safety rules and listen to directions.

Appropriate Dress

  1. Students need to wear pants, shorts or skorts on their PE day. No skirts or dresses please.
  2. Students need to wear shoes that cover their toes and stay on their feet on their PE day. No sandals, flats, slip-ons, boots, high heels or flip flops.

 

Mar
17
Fri
State Middle School Basketball Championships
Mar 17 @ 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
State Middle School Basketball Championships @ HUB Sports Center

The top teams in the state will again meet in the Spokane Valley to battle it out for the annual Washington Middle School Basketball Championship. After a long regular season playing against other teams in your area, the State Basketball Championship offers teams the shot to compete against fresh faces from all corners of the state.
This is not your ordinary league tournament, but rather the chance of a lifetime for all kids… “Remember the time we went to State!?!”

Games Live Streamed via PlaySightLINK

Championship Overview

♦  Two Championship divisions, School/Feeder and Club (non-school teams). Both divisions offer exciting competition for Boys and Girls grades 4-8.
♦  All teams play a minimum of 4 games. Some will play 5 games.
♦  Play begins as early as 4pm Friday and latest Sunday games tip off at 3:30pm.
♦  Entry fees are regularly $400 per team, however early sign up and multiple team discounts are available.
♦  Awards for teams and for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places in both divisions
♦  Game results immediately posted to the website after completion

There’s more! Here’s what you’ll get when we See You at STATE!

♦  Players and coaches will play middle school aged teams that they’ve never faced before. We have teams traveling from all over Washington: the Puget Sound area, Olympic Peninsula, Southwestern WA, Tri Cities, Yakima and Bellingham. Of course, there’ll be some hometown teams representing Spokane also!
♦  Partner hotels and resorts offering discounted rates.
♦  Competition will be held at clean, multi-court venues.  Friday and Saturday will feature exciting pool play with Sunday bringing the magic of the semi-finals and Championship games.
♦  Certified referees from the Spokane Basketball Officials Association and other associations throughout the state.
♦  Pre-determined scoreboard operators and scorebook keepers. No need for State coaches to pull visiting parent volunteers from the stands. So parents can sit back and relax (if watching your child compete in the Championship is relaxing?!)

All of the above while enjoying the Spokane Valley – one the top tourist destinations in Washington! “Play Hooky Monday” – stay Sunday night and enjoy a family day on Monday.

Mar
18
Sat
State Middle School Basketball Championships
Mar 18 @ 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
State Middle School Basketball Championships @ HUB Sports Center

The top teams in the state will again meet in the Spokane Valley to battle it out for the annual Washington Middle School Basketball Championship. After a long regular season playing against other teams in your area, the State Basketball Championship offers teams the shot to compete against fresh faces from all corners of the state.
This is not your ordinary league tournament, but rather the chance of a lifetime for all kids… “Remember the time we went to State!?!”

Games Live Streamed via PlaySightLINK

Championship Overview

♦  Two Championship divisions, School/Feeder and Club (non-school teams). Both divisions offer exciting competition for Boys and Girls grades 4-8.
♦  All teams play a minimum of 4 games. Some will play 5 games.
♦  Play begins as early as 4pm Friday and latest Sunday games tip off at 3:30pm.
♦  Entry fees are regularly $400 per team, however early sign up and multiple team discounts are available.
♦  Awards for teams and for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places in both divisions
♦  Game results immediately posted to the website after completion

There’s more! Here’s what you’ll get when we See You at STATE!

♦  Players and coaches will play middle school aged teams that they’ve never faced before. We have teams traveling from all over Washington: the Puget Sound area, Olympic Peninsula, Southwestern WA, Tri Cities, Yakima and Bellingham. Of course, there’ll be some hometown teams representing Spokane also!
♦  Partner hotels and resorts offering discounted rates.
♦  Competition will be held at clean, multi-court venues.  Friday and Saturday will feature exciting pool play with Sunday bringing the magic of the semi-finals and Championship games.
♦  Certified referees from the Spokane Basketball Officials Association and other associations throughout the state.
♦  Pre-determined scoreboard operators and scorebook keepers. No need for State coaches to pull visiting parent volunteers from the stands. So parents can sit back and relax (if watching your child compete in the Championship is relaxing?!)

All of the above while enjoying the Spokane Valley – one the top tourist destinations in Washington! “Play Hooky Monday” – stay Sunday night and enjoy a family day on Monday.

Mar
19
Sun
State Middle School Basketball Championships
Mar 19 @ 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
State Middle School Basketball Championships @ HUB Sports Center

The top teams in the state will again meet in the Spokane Valley to battle it out for the annual Washington Middle School Basketball Championship. After a long regular season playing against other teams in your area, the State Basketball Championship offers teams the shot to compete against fresh faces from all corners of the state.
This is not your ordinary league tournament, but rather the chance of a lifetime for all kids… “Remember the time we went to State!?!”

Games Live Streamed via PlaySightLINK

Championship Overview

♦  Two Championship divisions, School/Feeder and Club (non-school teams). Both divisions offer exciting competition for Boys and Girls grades 4-8.
♦  All teams play a minimum of 4 games. Some will play 5 games.
♦  Play begins as early as 4pm Friday and latest Sunday games tip off at 3:30pm.
♦  Entry fees are regularly $400 per team, however early sign up and multiple team discounts are available.
♦  Awards for teams and for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places in both divisions
♦  Game results immediately posted to the website after completion

There’s more! Here’s what you’ll get when we See You at STATE!

♦  Players and coaches will play middle school aged teams that they’ve never faced before. We have teams traveling from all over Washington: the Puget Sound area, Olympic Peninsula, Southwestern WA, Tri Cities, Yakima and Bellingham. Of course, there’ll be some hometown teams representing Spokane also!
♦  Partner hotels and resorts offering discounted rates.
♦  Competition will be held at clean, multi-court venues.  Friday and Saturday will feature exciting pool play with Sunday bringing the magic of the semi-finals and Championship games.
♦  Certified referees from the Spokane Basketball Officials Association and other associations throughout the state.
♦  Pre-determined scoreboard operators and scorebook keepers. No need for State coaches to pull visiting parent volunteers from the stands. So parents can sit back and relax (if watching your child compete in the Championship is relaxing?!)

All of the above while enjoying the Spokane Valley – one the top tourist destinations in Washington! “Play Hooky Monday” – stay Sunday night and enjoy a family day on Monday.

Mar
25
Sat
Pacific Northwest Qualifier Volleyball
Mar 25 @ 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
Pacific Northwest Qualifier Volleyball @ HUB Sports Center

 

This tournament is one of USA Volleyball’s national qualifying tournaments and is governed by the rules set forth by them. It is a mandated 3-day tournament.

REGISTRATION

All registration is done online, through Advanced Event Systems.

Prior to the tournament, your complete roster MUST be verified by USAV through their registration/database system.

All adults on the roster must have CURRENT background checks, and be SafeSport certified. Deadlines for rosters will be posted as the tournament approaches, and emails will be sent to the address entered in the AES account for the team with important information and reminders.

TEAM ENTRY INFORMATION

Registration will open on October 1, 2021.

Team entry fees are $900 for all teams, except 11 National (if there are enough teams entered to warrant a division).  This division is $600 per team.

No refunds will be given after January 1, 2022 unless the tournament is forced to change dates/cancel due to COVID-19 restrictions or guidelines. Once a team has paid and submitted hotel information, acceptance will be noted in AES if space is available. If space is not available, teams will be notified via email of an alternate opening, or will be placed on a waitlist.

IMPACT CERTIFICATION

All coaches must be IMPACT certified in order to participate in a National Qualifier. There will be no IMPACT clinic available, so please take care of this prior to arrival.

REFEREE/SCOREKEEPER CERTIFICATION

All teams must provide a certified scorekeeper, R2 (down official), and two linespersons for each match that they officiate.

During a team’s officiating duties, an adult listed on their roster must be AT THE SCORE TABLE during the entire match.

FORMAT

This tournament is one of USA Volleyball’s national qualifying tournaments and is governed by the rules set forth by them. It is a mandated 3-day tournament.

In the USA & American divisions, the first two days are pool play, with the third being single-elimination bracket play. (Depending on the size of the field, some adaptations may be made to accommodate odd numbers.) In the Open divisions, challenge matches may follow pool play on the first two days, and some brackets may participate in pool play on the final day. *Typically AM Wave begins at 8 am, PM at 3:00 pm.

Bids to the GJNC are awarded in every division at the PNQ, so foreign teams are not allowed to participate.

All Open bids are determined by the number of teams in the division. The Qualifier Manual has this information.

Please refer to the Girls National Championship Manual for more information on number of bids, priority of bid use, trickle down process, etc.

Since it cannot be determined where a team will finish, teams should not plan to travel until the evening on the third day of play. No match is scheduled later than 3 pm on the final day. **It is recommended that airline tickets be scheduled no earlier than 5:30 pm.

*No roster changes may be made once a team has commenced play.*

ENTERING RESULTS

Make sure to enter your pre-PNQ tourney results in AES. This information is used for seeding the tournament and is very important!

**Click here for directions for entering results in AES.**

HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS

All teams requiring lodging must stay in a PNQ Partner Hotel in order to participate in the tournament. In order to keep rates low, and meet the needs of the tournament, we have partnered with these properties. We feel that the list allows for safety, quality, affordability, tradition, and hospitality. Please secure reservations early. You will NO LONGER enter hotel information into AES, but rather a housing form that will need to be COMPLETED prior to being ACCEPTED into the tournament. Click here to download and fill out the Hotel Form. Email or fax it to the office. **Local teams will NOT be required to fill out a form.

CHECK-IN

All teams are required to check in. Failure to do so may disqualify your team from the tournament. Check-in for teams will be the night before each event from 6-9pm at the Doubletree Hotel (connected to the Spokane Convention Center).  Teams unable to check-in at this time must email April (april@pacificnwqualifier.org) to make other arrangements.  

There will be no coaches’ meeting. All information will be provided to you during the check-in process.  Medical release forms for ALL players should be accessible to coaches AT ALL TIMES during your stay at PNQ.  By signing your roster, the team attests that these forms will be available in either print or digital form and carried by a representative of the team.

NO STAFF MEMBER OR PLAYER WILL BE ALLOWED TO PLAY WITHOUT A CURRENT USAV #.  A roster will be provided during the check-in process, but the person checking the team in should have a copy of the team’s roster in case there is a discrepancy. Additionally, the person checking the team in will become the “team representative” and “signing agent” and will attest that the information is correct.

QUALIFIER MANUAL

Make sure to download the 2022 Girls National Championship Manual so that you are familiar with the following qualifier topics and other tournament protocol:

· bid process and rules
· entry acceptance processes and criteria
· formats and play sequence
· warm-up protocol
· team responsibilities
· penalty for forfeitures
· awards for each division
· coaching certification requirements
· tie-breaking procedures
· roster rules (frozen and otherwise)

PLAYING SITES/WAVES (subject to change at any time)
Week 1

15 USA:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

15 Open:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

16 American:  AM Wave – The Podium

16 Liberty:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

16 USA:  PM Wave – The Podium

16 Open:  PM Wave – The Podium

17 American:  AM Wave – Eastern Washington University

17 Liberty:  AM Wave – HUB Sports Center

17 USA:  PM Wave – HUB Sports Center

17 Open:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

18 American:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

18 Liberty:  PM Wave – Eastern Washington University

18 USA:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

18 Open:  AM Wave – The Podium

Week 2

11 National:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

12 American:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

12 USA:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

12 National:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

13 American:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

13 Liberty:  AM Wave – The Podium

13 USA:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

13 Open:  AM Wave – The Podium

14 American:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

14 Liberty:  PM Wave – The Podium

14 USA:  AM Wave – The Podium

14 Open:  PM Wave – The Podium

15 American:  AM Wave – HUB Sports Center

15 Liberty:  PM Wave – HUB Sports Center

 

Mar
26
Sun
Pacific Northwest Qualifier Volleyball
Mar 26 @ 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
Pacific Northwest Qualifier Volleyball @ HUB Sports Center

 

This tournament is one of USA Volleyball’s national qualifying tournaments and is governed by the rules set forth by them. It is a mandated 3-day tournament.

REGISTRATION

All registration is done online, through Advanced Event Systems.

Prior to the tournament, your complete roster MUST be verified by USAV through their registration/database system.

All adults on the roster must have CURRENT background checks, and be SafeSport certified. Deadlines for rosters will be posted as the tournament approaches, and emails will be sent to the address entered in the AES account for the team with important information and reminders.

TEAM ENTRY INFORMATION

Registration will open on October 1, 2021.

Team entry fees are $900 for all teams, except 11 National (if there are enough teams entered to warrant a division).  This division is $600 per team.

No refunds will be given after January 1, 2022 unless the tournament is forced to change dates/cancel due to COVID-19 restrictions or guidelines. Once a team has paid and submitted hotel information, acceptance will be noted in AES if space is available. If space is not available, teams will be notified via email of an alternate opening, or will be placed on a waitlist.

IMPACT CERTIFICATION

All coaches must be IMPACT certified in order to participate in a National Qualifier. There will be no IMPACT clinic available, so please take care of this prior to arrival.

REFEREE/SCOREKEEPER CERTIFICATION

All teams must provide a certified scorekeeper, R2 (down official), and two linespersons for each match that they officiate.

During a team’s officiating duties, an adult listed on their roster must be AT THE SCORE TABLE during the entire match.

FORMAT

This tournament is one of USA Volleyball’s national qualifying tournaments and is governed by the rules set forth by them. It is a mandated 3-day tournament.

In the USA & American divisions, the first two days are pool play, with the third being single-elimination bracket play. (Depending on the size of the field, some adaptations may be made to accommodate odd numbers.) In the Open divisions, challenge matches may follow pool play on the first two days, and some brackets may participate in pool play on the final day. *Typically AM Wave begins at 8 am, PM at 3:00 pm.

Bids to the GJNC are awarded in every division at the PNQ, so foreign teams are not allowed to participate.

All Open bids are determined by the number of teams in the division. The Qualifier Manual has this information.

Please refer to the Girls National Championship Manual for more information on number of bids, priority of bid use, trickle down process, etc.

Since it cannot be determined where a team will finish, teams should not plan to travel until the evening on the third day of play. No match is scheduled later than 3 pm on the final day. **It is recommended that airline tickets be scheduled no earlier than 5:30 pm.

*No roster changes may be made once a team has commenced play.*

ENTERING RESULTS

Make sure to enter your pre-PNQ tourney results in AES. This information is used for seeding the tournament and is very important!

**Click here for directions for entering results in AES.**

HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS

All teams requiring lodging must stay in a PNQ Partner Hotel in order to participate in the tournament. In order to keep rates low, and meet the needs of the tournament, we have partnered with these properties. We feel that the list allows for safety, quality, affordability, tradition, and hospitality. Please secure reservations early. You will NO LONGER enter hotel information into AES, but rather a housing form that will need to be COMPLETED prior to being ACCEPTED into the tournament. Click here to download and fill out the Hotel Form. Email or fax it to the office. **Local teams will NOT be required to fill out a form.

CHECK-IN

All teams are required to check in. Failure to do so may disqualify your team from the tournament. Check-in for teams will be the night before each event from 6-9pm at the Doubletree Hotel (connected to the Spokane Convention Center).  Teams unable to check-in at this time must email April (april@pacificnwqualifier.org) to make other arrangements.  

There will be no coaches’ meeting. All information will be provided to you during the check-in process.  Medical release forms for ALL players should be accessible to coaches AT ALL TIMES during your stay at PNQ.  By signing your roster, the team attests that these forms will be available in either print or digital form and carried by a representative of the team.

NO STAFF MEMBER OR PLAYER WILL BE ALLOWED TO PLAY WITHOUT A CURRENT USAV #.  A roster will be provided during the check-in process, but the person checking the team in should have a copy of the team’s roster in case there is a discrepancy. Additionally, the person checking the team in will become the “team representative” and “signing agent” and will attest that the information is correct.

QUALIFIER MANUAL

Make sure to download the 2022 Girls National Championship Manual so that you are familiar with the following qualifier topics and other tournament protocol:

· bid process and rules
· entry acceptance processes and criteria
· formats and play sequence
· warm-up protocol
· team responsibilities
· penalty for forfeitures
· awards for each division
· coaching certification requirements
· tie-breaking procedures
· roster rules (frozen and otherwise)

PLAYING SITES/WAVES (subject to change at any time)
Week 1

15 USA:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

15 Open:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

16 American:  AM Wave – The Podium

16 Liberty:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

16 USA:  PM Wave – The Podium

16 Open:  PM Wave – The Podium

17 American:  AM Wave – Eastern Washington University

17 Liberty:  AM Wave – HUB Sports Center

17 USA:  PM Wave – HUB Sports Center

17 Open:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

18 American:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

18 Liberty:  PM Wave – Eastern Washington University

18 USA:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

18 Open:  AM Wave – The Podium

Week 2

11 National:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

12 American:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

12 USA:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

12 National:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

13 American:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

13 Liberty:  AM Wave – The Podium

13 USA:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

13 Open:  AM Wave – The Podium

14 American:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

14 Liberty:  PM Wave – The Podium

14 USA:  AM Wave – The Podium

14 Open:  PM Wave – The Podium

15 American:  AM Wave – HUB Sports Center

15 Liberty:  PM Wave – HUB Sports Center

 

Mar
27
Mon
Pacific Northwest Qualifier Volleyball
Mar 27 @ 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
Pacific Northwest Qualifier Volleyball @ HUB Sports Center

 

This tournament is one of USA Volleyball’s national qualifying tournaments and is governed by the rules set forth by them. It is a mandated 3-day tournament.

REGISTRATION

All registration is done online, through Advanced Event Systems.

Prior to the tournament, your complete roster MUST be verified by USAV through their registration/database system.

All adults on the roster must have CURRENT background checks, and be SafeSport certified. Deadlines for rosters will be posted as the tournament approaches, and emails will be sent to the address entered in the AES account for the team with important information and reminders.

TEAM ENTRY INFORMATION

Registration will open on October 1, 2021.

Team entry fees are $900 for all teams, except 11 National (if there are enough teams entered to warrant a division).  This division is $600 per team.

No refunds will be given after January 1, 2022 unless the tournament is forced to change dates/cancel due to COVID-19 restrictions or guidelines. Once a team has paid and submitted hotel information, acceptance will be noted in AES if space is available. If space is not available, teams will be notified via email of an alternate opening, or will be placed on a waitlist.

IMPACT CERTIFICATION

All coaches must be IMPACT certified in order to participate in a National Qualifier. There will be no IMPACT clinic available, so please take care of this prior to arrival.

REFEREE/SCOREKEEPER CERTIFICATION

All teams must provide a certified scorekeeper, R2 (down official), and two linespersons for each match that they officiate.

During a team’s officiating duties, an adult listed on their roster must be AT THE SCORE TABLE during the entire match.

FORMAT

This tournament is one of USA Volleyball’s national qualifying tournaments and is governed by the rules set forth by them. It is a mandated 3-day tournament.

In the USA & American divisions, the first two days are pool play, with the third being single-elimination bracket play. (Depending on the size of the field, some adaptations may be made to accommodate odd numbers.) In the Open divisions, challenge matches may follow pool play on the first two days, and some brackets may participate in pool play on the final day. *Typically AM Wave begins at 8 am, PM at 3:00 pm.

Bids to the GJNC are awarded in every division at the PNQ, so foreign teams are not allowed to participate.

All Open bids are determined by the number of teams in the division. The Qualifier Manual has this information.

Please refer to the Girls National Championship Manual for more information on number of bids, priority of bid use, trickle down process, etc.

Since it cannot be determined where a team will finish, teams should not plan to travel until the evening on the third day of play. No match is scheduled later than 3 pm on the final day. **It is recommended that airline tickets be scheduled no earlier than 5:30 pm.

*No roster changes may be made once a team has commenced play.*

ENTERING RESULTS

Make sure to enter your pre-PNQ tourney results in AES. This information is used for seeding the tournament and is very important!

**Click here for directions for entering results in AES.**

HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS

All teams requiring lodging must stay in a PNQ Partner Hotel in order to participate in the tournament. In order to keep rates low, and meet the needs of the tournament, we have partnered with these properties. We feel that the list allows for safety, quality, affordability, tradition, and hospitality. Please secure reservations early. You will NO LONGER enter hotel information into AES, but rather a housing form that will need to be COMPLETED prior to being ACCEPTED into the tournament. Click here to download and fill out the Hotel Form. Email or fax it to the office. **Local teams will NOT be required to fill out a form.

CHECK-IN

All teams are required to check in. Failure to do so may disqualify your team from the tournament. Check-in for teams will be the night before each event from 6-9pm at the Doubletree Hotel (connected to the Spokane Convention Center).  Teams unable to check-in at this time must email April (april@pacificnwqualifier.org) to make other arrangements.  

There will be no coaches’ meeting. All information will be provided to you during the check-in process.  Medical release forms for ALL players should be accessible to coaches AT ALL TIMES during your stay at PNQ.  By signing your roster, the team attests that these forms will be available in either print or digital form and carried by a representative of the team.

NO STAFF MEMBER OR PLAYER WILL BE ALLOWED TO PLAY WITHOUT A CURRENT USAV #.  A roster will be provided during the check-in process, but the person checking the team in should have a copy of the team’s roster in case there is a discrepancy. Additionally, the person checking the team in will become the “team representative” and “signing agent” and will attest that the information is correct.

QUALIFIER MANUAL

Make sure to download the 2022 Girls National Championship Manual so that you are familiar with the following qualifier topics and other tournament protocol:

· bid process and rules
· entry acceptance processes and criteria
· formats and play sequence
· warm-up protocol
· team responsibilities
· penalty for forfeitures
· awards for each division
· coaching certification requirements
· tie-breaking procedures
· roster rules (frozen and otherwise)

PLAYING SITES/WAVES (subject to change at any time)
Week 1

15 USA:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

15 Open:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

16 American:  AM Wave – The Podium

16 Liberty:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

16 USA:  PM Wave – The Podium

16 Open:  PM Wave – The Podium

17 American:  AM Wave – Eastern Washington University

17 Liberty:  AM Wave – HUB Sports Center

17 USA:  PM Wave – HUB Sports Center

17 Open:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

18 American:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

18 Liberty:  PM Wave – Eastern Washington University

18 USA:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

18 Open:  AM Wave – The Podium

Week 2

11 National:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

12 American:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

12 USA:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

12 National:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

13 American:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

13 Liberty:  AM Wave – The Podium

13 USA:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

13 Open:  AM Wave – The Podium

14 American:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

14 Liberty:  PM Wave – The Podium

14 USA:  AM Wave – The Podium

14 Open:  PM Wave – The Podium

15 American:  AM Wave – HUB Sports Center

15 Liberty:  PM Wave – HUB Sports Center

 

Mar
31
Fri
Pacific Northwest Qualifier Volleyball
Mar 31 @ 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
Pacific Northwest Qualifier Volleyball @ HUB Sports Center

 

This tournament is one of USA Volleyball’s national qualifying tournaments and is governed by the rules set forth by them. It is a mandated 3-day tournament.

REGISTRATION

All registration is done online, through Advanced Event Systems.

Prior to the tournament, your complete roster MUST be verified by USAV through their registration/database system.

All adults on the roster must have CURRENT background checks, and be SafeSport certified. Deadlines for rosters will be posted as the tournament approaches, and emails will be sent to the address entered in the AES account for the team with important information and reminders.

TEAM ENTRY INFORMATION

Registration will open on October 1, 2021.

Team entry fees are $900 for all teams, except 11 National (if there are enough teams entered to warrant a division).  This division is $600 per team.

No refunds will be given after January 1, 2022 unless the tournament is forced to change dates/cancel due to COVID-19 restrictions or guidelines. Once a team has paid and submitted hotel information, acceptance will be noted in AES if space is available. If space is not available, teams will be notified via email of an alternate opening, or will be placed on a waitlist.

IMPACT CERTIFICATION

All coaches must be IMPACT certified in order to participate in a National Qualifier. There will be no IMPACT clinic available, so please take care of this prior to arrival.

REFEREE/SCOREKEEPER CERTIFICATION

All teams must provide a certified scorekeeper, R2 (down official), and two linespersons for each match that they officiate.

During a team’s officiating duties, an adult listed on their roster must be AT THE SCORE TABLE during the entire match.

FORMAT

This tournament is one of USA Volleyball’s national qualifying tournaments and is governed by the rules set forth by them. It is a mandated 3-day tournament.

In the USA & American divisions, the first two days are pool play, with the third being single-elimination bracket play. (Depending on the size of the field, some adaptations may be made to accommodate odd numbers.) In the Open divisions, challenge matches may follow pool play on the first two days, and some brackets may participate in pool play on the final day. *Typically AM Wave begins at 8 am, PM at 3:00 pm.

Bids to the GJNC are awarded in every division at the PNQ, so foreign teams are not allowed to participate.

All Open bids are determined by the number of teams in the division. The Qualifier Manual has this information.

Please refer to the Girls National Championship Manual for more information on number of bids, priority of bid use, trickle down process, etc.

Since it cannot be determined where a team will finish, teams should not plan to travel until the evening on the third day of play. No match is scheduled later than 3 pm on the final day. **It is recommended that airline tickets be scheduled no earlier than 5:30 pm.

*No roster changes may be made once a team has commenced play.*

ENTERING RESULTS

Make sure to enter your pre-PNQ tourney results in AES. This information is used for seeding the tournament and is very important!

**Click here for directions for entering results in AES.**

HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS

All teams requiring lodging must stay in a PNQ Partner Hotel in order to participate in the tournament. In order to keep rates low, and meet the needs of the tournament, we have partnered with these properties. We feel that the list allows for safety, quality, affordability, tradition, and hospitality. Please secure reservations early. You will NO LONGER enter hotel information into AES, but rather a housing form that will need to be COMPLETED prior to being ACCEPTED into the tournament. Click here to download and fill out the Hotel Form. Email or fax it to the office. **Local teams will NOT be required to fill out a form.

CHECK-IN

All teams are required to check in. Failure to do so may disqualify your team from the tournament. Check-in for teams will be the night before each event from 6-9pm at the Doubletree Hotel (connected to the Spokane Convention Center).  Teams unable to check-in at this time must email April (april@pacificnwqualifier.org) to make other arrangements.  

There will be no coaches’ meeting. All information will be provided to you during the check-in process.  Medical release forms for ALL players should be accessible to coaches AT ALL TIMES during your stay at PNQ.  By signing your roster, the team attests that these forms will be available in either print or digital form and carried by a representative of the team.

NO STAFF MEMBER OR PLAYER WILL BE ALLOWED TO PLAY WITHOUT A CURRENT USAV #.  A roster will be provided during the check-in process, but the person checking the team in should have a copy of the team’s roster in case there is a discrepancy. Additionally, the person checking the team in will become the “team representative” and “signing agent” and will attest that the information is correct.

QUALIFIER MANUAL

Make sure to download the 2022 Girls National Championship Manual so that you are familiar with the following qualifier topics and other tournament protocol:

· bid process and rules
· entry acceptance processes and criteria
· formats and play sequence
· warm-up protocol
· team responsibilities
· penalty for forfeitures
· awards for each division
· coaching certification requirements
· tie-breaking procedures
· roster rules (frozen and otherwise)

PLAYING SITES/WAVES (subject to change at any time)
Week 1

15 USA:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

15 Open:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

16 American:  AM Wave – The Podium

16 Liberty:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

16 USA:  PM Wave – The Podium

16 Open:  PM Wave – The Podium

17 American:  AM Wave – Eastern Washington University

17 Liberty:  AM Wave – HUB Sports Center

17 USA:  PM Wave – HUB Sports Center

17 Open:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

18 American:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

18 Liberty:  PM Wave – Eastern Washington University

18 USA:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

18 Open:  AM Wave – The Podium

Week 2

11 National:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

12 American:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

12 USA:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

12 National:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

13 American:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

13 Liberty:  AM Wave – The Podium

13 USA:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

13 Open:  AM Wave – The Podium

14 American:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

14 Liberty:  PM Wave – The Podium

14 USA:  AM Wave – The Podium

14 Open:  PM Wave – The Podium

15 American:  AM Wave – HUB Sports Center

15 Liberty:  PM Wave – HUB Sports Center

 

Apr
1
Sat
Pacific Northwest Qualifier Volleyball
Apr 1 @ 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
Pacific Northwest Qualifier Volleyball @ HUB Sports Center

 

This tournament is one of USA Volleyball’s national qualifying tournaments and is governed by the rules set forth by them. It is a mandated 3-day tournament.

REGISTRATION

All registration is done online, through Advanced Event Systems.

Prior to the tournament, your complete roster MUST be verified by USAV through their registration/database system.

All adults on the roster must have CURRENT background checks, and be SafeSport certified. Deadlines for rosters will be posted as the tournament approaches, and emails will be sent to the address entered in the AES account for the team with important information and reminders.

TEAM ENTRY INFORMATION

Registration will open on October 1, 2021.

Team entry fees are $900 for all teams, except 11 National (if there are enough teams entered to warrant a division).  This division is $600 per team.

No refunds will be given after January 1, 2022 unless the tournament is forced to change dates/cancel due to COVID-19 restrictions or guidelines. Once a team has paid and submitted hotel information, acceptance will be noted in AES if space is available. If space is not available, teams will be notified via email of an alternate opening, or will be placed on a waitlist.

IMPACT CERTIFICATION

All coaches must be IMPACT certified in order to participate in a National Qualifier. There will be no IMPACT clinic available, so please take care of this prior to arrival.

REFEREE/SCOREKEEPER CERTIFICATION

All teams must provide a certified scorekeeper, R2 (down official), and two linespersons for each match that they officiate.

During a team’s officiating duties, an adult listed on their roster must be AT THE SCORE TABLE during the entire match.

FORMAT

This tournament is one of USA Volleyball’s national qualifying tournaments and is governed by the rules set forth by them. It is a mandated 3-day tournament.

In the USA & American divisions, the first two days are pool play, with the third being single-elimination bracket play. (Depending on the size of the field, some adaptations may be made to accommodate odd numbers.) In the Open divisions, challenge matches may follow pool play on the first two days, and some brackets may participate in pool play on the final day. *Typically AM Wave begins at 8 am, PM at 3:00 pm.

Bids to the GJNC are awarded in every division at the PNQ, so foreign teams are not allowed to participate.

All Open bids are determined by the number of teams in the division. The Qualifier Manual has this information.

Please refer to the Girls National Championship Manual for more information on number of bids, priority of bid use, trickle down process, etc.

Since it cannot be determined where a team will finish, teams should not plan to travel until the evening on the third day of play. No match is scheduled later than 3 pm on the final day. **It is recommended that airline tickets be scheduled no earlier than 5:30 pm.

*No roster changes may be made once a team has commenced play.*

ENTERING RESULTS

Make sure to enter your pre-PNQ tourney results in AES. This information is used for seeding the tournament and is very important!

**Click here for directions for entering results in AES.**

HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS

All teams requiring lodging must stay in a PNQ Partner Hotel in order to participate in the tournament. In order to keep rates low, and meet the needs of the tournament, we have partnered with these properties. We feel that the list allows for safety, quality, affordability, tradition, and hospitality. Please secure reservations early. You will NO LONGER enter hotel information into AES, but rather a housing form that will need to be COMPLETED prior to being ACCEPTED into the tournament. Click here to download and fill out the Hotel Form. Email or fax it to the office. **Local teams will NOT be required to fill out a form.

CHECK-IN

All teams are required to check in. Failure to do so may disqualify your team from the tournament. Check-in for teams will be the night before each event from 6-9pm at the Doubletree Hotel (connected to the Spokane Convention Center).  Teams unable to check-in at this time must email April (april@pacificnwqualifier.org) to make other arrangements.  

There will be no coaches’ meeting. All information will be provided to you during the check-in process.  Medical release forms for ALL players should be accessible to coaches AT ALL TIMES during your stay at PNQ.  By signing your roster, the team attests that these forms will be available in either print or digital form and carried by a representative of the team.

NO STAFF MEMBER OR PLAYER WILL BE ALLOWED TO PLAY WITHOUT A CURRENT USAV #.  A roster will be provided during the check-in process, but the person checking the team in should have a copy of the team’s roster in case there is a discrepancy. Additionally, the person checking the team in will become the “team representative” and “signing agent” and will attest that the information is correct.

QUALIFIER MANUAL

Make sure to download the 2022 Girls National Championship Manual so that you are familiar with the following qualifier topics and other tournament protocol:

· bid process and rules
· entry acceptance processes and criteria
· formats and play sequence
· warm-up protocol
· team responsibilities
· penalty for forfeitures
· awards for each division
· coaching certification requirements
· tie-breaking procedures
· roster rules (frozen and otherwise)

PLAYING SITES/WAVES (subject to change at any time)
Week 1

15 USA:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

15 Open:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

16 American:  AM Wave – The Podium

16 Liberty:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

16 USA:  PM Wave – The Podium

16 Open:  PM Wave – The Podium

17 American:  AM Wave – Eastern Washington University

17 Liberty:  AM Wave – HUB Sports Center

17 USA:  PM Wave – HUB Sports Center

17 Open:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

18 American:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

18 Liberty:  PM Wave – Eastern Washington University

18 USA:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

18 Open:  AM Wave – The Podium

Week 2

11 National:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

12 American:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

12 USA:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

12 National:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

13 American:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

13 Liberty:  AM Wave – The Podium

13 USA:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

13 Open:  AM Wave – The Podium

14 American:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

14 Liberty:  PM Wave – The Podium

14 USA:  AM Wave – The Podium

14 Open:  PM Wave – The Podium

15 American:  AM Wave – HUB Sports Center

15 Liberty:  PM Wave – HUB Sports Center

 

Apr
2
Sun
Pacific Northwest Qualifier Volleyball
Apr 2 @ 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
Pacific Northwest Qualifier Volleyball @ HUB Sports Center

 

This tournament is one of USA Volleyball’s national qualifying tournaments and is governed by the rules set forth by them. It is a mandated 3-day tournament.

REGISTRATION

All registration is done online, through Advanced Event Systems.

Prior to the tournament, your complete roster MUST be verified by USAV through their registration/database system.

All adults on the roster must have CURRENT background checks, and be SafeSport certified. Deadlines for rosters will be posted as the tournament approaches, and emails will be sent to the address entered in the AES account for the team with important information and reminders.

TEAM ENTRY INFORMATION

Registration will open on October 1, 2021.

Team entry fees are $900 for all teams, except 11 National (if there are enough teams entered to warrant a division).  This division is $600 per team.

No refunds will be given after January 1, 2022 unless the tournament is forced to change dates/cancel due to COVID-19 restrictions or guidelines. Once a team has paid and submitted hotel information, acceptance will be noted in AES if space is available. If space is not available, teams will be notified via email of an alternate opening, or will be placed on a waitlist.

IMPACT CERTIFICATION

All coaches must be IMPACT certified in order to participate in a National Qualifier. There will be no IMPACT clinic available, so please take care of this prior to arrival.

REFEREE/SCOREKEEPER CERTIFICATION

All teams must provide a certified scorekeeper, R2 (down official), and two linespersons for each match that they officiate.

During a team’s officiating duties, an adult listed on their roster must be AT THE SCORE TABLE during the entire match.

FORMAT

This tournament is one of USA Volleyball’s national qualifying tournaments and is governed by the rules set forth by them. It is a mandated 3-day tournament.

In the USA & American divisions, the first two days are pool play, with the third being single-elimination bracket play. (Depending on the size of the field, some adaptations may be made to accommodate odd numbers.) In the Open divisions, challenge matches may follow pool play on the first two days, and some brackets may participate in pool play on the final day. *Typically AM Wave begins at 8 am, PM at 3:00 pm.

Bids to the GJNC are awarded in every division at the PNQ, so foreign teams are not allowed to participate.

All Open bids are determined by the number of teams in the division. The Qualifier Manual has this information.

Please refer to the Girls National Championship Manual for more information on number of bids, priority of bid use, trickle down process, etc.

Since it cannot be determined where a team will finish, teams should not plan to travel until the evening on the third day of play. No match is scheduled later than 3 pm on the final day. **It is recommended that airline tickets be scheduled no earlier than 5:30 pm.

*No roster changes may be made once a team has commenced play.*

ENTERING RESULTS

Make sure to enter your pre-PNQ tourney results in AES. This information is used for seeding the tournament and is very important!

**Click here for directions for entering results in AES.**

HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS

All teams requiring lodging must stay in a PNQ Partner Hotel in order to participate in the tournament. In order to keep rates low, and meet the needs of the tournament, we have partnered with these properties. We feel that the list allows for safety, quality, affordability, tradition, and hospitality. Please secure reservations early. You will NO LONGER enter hotel information into AES, but rather a housing form that will need to be COMPLETED prior to being ACCEPTED into the tournament. Click here to download and fill out the Hotel Form. Email or fax it to the office. **Local teams will NOT be required to fill out a form.

CHECK-IN

All teams are required to check in. Failure to do so may disqualify your team from the tournament. Check-in for teams will be the night before each event from 6-9pm at the Doubletree Hotel (connected to the Spokane Convention Center).  Teams unable to check-in at this time must email April (april@pacificnwqualifier.org) to make other arrangements.  

There will be no coaches’ meeting. All information will be provided to you during the check-in process.  Medical release forms for ALL players should be accessible to coaches AT ALL TIMES during your stay at PNQ.  By signing your roster, the team attests that these forms will be available in either print or digital form and carried by a representative of the team.

NO STAFF MEMBER OR PLAYER WILL BE ALLOWED TO PLAY WITHOUT A CURRENT USAV #.  A roster will be provided during the check-in process, but the person checking the team in should have a copy of the team’s roster in case there is a discrepancy. Additionally, the person checking the team in will become the “team representative” and “signing agent” and will attest that the information is correct.

QUALIFIER MANUAL

Make sure to download the 2022 Girls National Championship Manual so that you are familiar with the following qualifier topics and other tournament protocol:

· bid process and rules
· entry acceptance processes and criteria
· formats and play sequence
· warm-up protocol
· team responsibilities
· penalty for forfeitures
· awards for each division
· coaching certification requirements
· tie-breaking procedures
· roster rules (frozen and otherwise)

PLAYING SITES/WAVES (subject to change at any time)
Week 1

15 USA:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

15 Open:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

16 American:  AM Wave – The Podium

16 Liberty:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

16 USA:  PM Wave – The Podium

16 Open:  PM Wave – The Podium

17 American:  AM Wave – Eastern Washington University

17 Liberty:  AM Wave – HUB Sports Center

17 USA:  PM Wave – HUB Sports Center

17 Open:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

18 American:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

18 Liberty:  PM Wave – Eastern Washington University

18 USA:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

18 Open:  AM Wave – The Podium

Week 2

11 National:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

12 American:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

12 USA:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

12 National:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

13 American:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

13 Liberty:  AM Wave – The Podium

13 USA:  PM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

13 Open:  AM Wave – The Podium

14 American:  AM Wave – Spokane Convention Center

14 Liberty:  PM Wave – The Podium

14 USA:  AM Wave – The Podium

14 Open:  PM Wave – The Podium

15 American:  AM Wave – HUB Sports Center

15 Liberty:  PM Wave – HUB Sports Center

 

Apr
5
Wed
Homeschool PE 22-23
Apr 5 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am

This program is designed with the Homeschooler in mind! Students ages 4-18 will have the opportunity to interact with other children their age in a fun, friendly, and active environment. During a semester, your child will focus on different motor skills while learning different sports and games. They will learn proper techniques and game rules that will help them in their development.

Homeschool Physical Education

This program is designed with the Homeschooler in mind! Students ages 4-18 will have the opportunity to interact with other children their age in a fun, friendly, and active environment. During a semester, your child will focus on different motor skills while learning different sports and games. They will learn proper techniques and game rules that will help them in their development.

Students will be split up into groups based on their ages.

Must be pre-registered.

Cost: Daily option: $7/child for first 2 children (additional children $5/each). Semester option: $40/child for first 2 children (additional children $26/child). Dates are non-transferable.

2022-23 Semester #1 Dates:
November 2
November 16
December 7
December 21
January 4
January 18
February 1

Click Here to register!

2022-23 Semester #2 Dates:
February 15
March 1
March 15
April 5
April 19
May 3
May 17

Click Here to register!

Class Expectations

  1. Be Responsible; Come to class prepared to participate; wear appropriate clothing for activity following the PE appropriate dress guidelines.
  2. No food, gum, candy, or drinks on court (except water).
  3. Observe safety rules and listen to directions.

Appropriate Dress

  1. Students need to wear pants, shorts or skorts on their PE day. No skirts or dresses please.
  2. Students need to wear shoes that cover their toes and stay on their feet on their PE day. No sandals, flats, slip-ons, boots, high heels or flip flops.

 

Apr
15
Sat
ERVA Power League Volleyball
Apr 15 @ 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
ERVA Power League Volleyball @ HUB Sports Center

Evergreen Region Volleyball – Power League

Details:

Hosted By: Evergreen Region Volleyball Association
Tournament Contact:  Lindsay Callaghan
Tournament Email: office@evergreenregion.org

2023 POWER LEAGUE DATES

Entry Fee: $1100 for all 4 events.

Teams who register for the Power League Qualifier are signing up for all 4 event dates. 

Teams who do not qualify will be entered into the alternate events. Spots will be held for your team and you do not have to sign up for them on tournament sign up day.

You will pay for all 4 events up front and ERVA will disburse the entry fee to the appropriate entity based on your qualifying status. $1100 for all 4 events due by November 28, 2022.

January 7, 2023 | Power League Qualifier | U14 
Location: HUB Sports Center

January 8, 2023 | Power League Qualifier | U14 
Location: HUB Sports Center

February 11, 2023 | U14
Location: HUB Sports Center

February 12, 2023 | U16
Location: HUB Sports Center

March 4, 2023 | U14
Location: HUB Sports Center

March 5, 2023 | U16
Location: HUB Sports Center

April 15, 2023 | U14 | Combined with INK
Location: HUB Sports Center, Riverside and/or Various Schools

April 16, 2023 | U16 | Combined with INK
Location: HUB Sports Center, Riverside and/or Various Schools

2023 ALTERNATE TOURNAMENTS

Teams who do NOT qualify for the remaining Power League tournaments will automatically be placed into the following tournaments after the qualifier event. Teams DO NOT have to sign up for these events, tournament directors are holding spaces for the non-qualifying teams.

February 11, 2023 | Sideout Classic U14
Location: Mead Schools

February 12, 2023 | Ace of Hearts U16
Location: HUB Sports Center

March 4, 2022 | U14 Shamrock Showdown
Location: HUB Sports Center

March 5, 2022 | U16 Shamrock Showdown
Location: HUB Sports Center

April 15, 2023 | U14 | Combined with INK
Location: HUB Sports Center, Riverside and/or Various Schools

April 16, 2023 | U16 | Combined with INK
Location: HUB Sports Center, Riverside and/or Various Schools


Overview & Structure

Power League is a series of 4 tournaments hosted by the Evergreen Region for the U14 and U16 age divisions. The first tournament, held in January will be a seeding/qualification tournament, followed by three more tournaments occurring monthly from January – March. The up or down movement of a team in each tournament will determine their final finish in Power League.

 

TEAM SIGN-UP AND ACCEPTANCE INTO ERVA POWER LEAGUE

All teams will participate in the ERVA Power League Qualifier in January. Teams who do NOT finish in the top 16 will play in the designated alternate tournaments. ERVA has the approval of the designated tournament directors to hold spots in their tournaments for the non-qualifying teams.

Format

In Power League Tournaments, each division will consist of 8 teams. Within each division, teams are snake seeded into 2 pools of 4 teams. Competition includes 4 team pool play followed by single elimination bracket play.

1st and 2nd seeds from each pool will playoff in a 4 team playoff after pool play. 3rd and 4th place seeds from each pool will playoff in a 4 team playoff after pool play.

Teams finishing 1st in the 1st/2nd seed playoff will advance to the next higher division for the next power league date. Example: team finishing 1st in the silver pool 1st/2nd playoffs will move into GOLD division at next power league.

Teams finishing last in the 3rd/4the seed playoff will drop down a division for the next power league date. Example: team finishing last in the Gold pool 3rd/4th playoffs will move down into the Silver division at next power league.

Seeding & Rankings

The first tournament in January will be a seeding tournament. The initial tournament seeding will be determined by the ERVA Seeding Committee. The Committee will use the previous season’s Regional Championship results, 2019 Power League Rankings, ERVA Rankings, and contact clubs directly regarding their teams. After the first tournament, the seeding for each Power League tournament will be based on the previous tournament’s results.

ERVA Power League will have its own P.L. ranking to determine seeding for the 3 remaining tournaments, along with determining a Power League Champion.

Apr
16
Sun
ERVA Power League Volleyball
Apr 16 @ 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
ERVA Power League Volleyball @ HUB Sports Center

Evergreen Region Volleyball – Power League

Details:

Hosted By: Evergreen Region Volleyball Association
Tournament Contact:  Lindsay Callaghan
Tournament Email: office@evergreenregion.org

2023 POWER LEAGUE DATES

Entry Fee: $1100 for all 4 events.

Teams who register for the Power League Qualifier are signing up for all 4 event dates. 

Teams who do not qualify will be entered into the alternate events. Spots will be held for your team and you do not have to sign up for them on tournament sign up day.

You will pay for all 4 events up front and ERVA will disburse the entry fee to the appropriate entity based on your qualifying status. $1100 for all 4 events due by November 28, 2022.

January 7, 2023 | Power League Qualifier | U14 
Location: HUB Sports Center

January 8, 2023 | Power League Qualifier | U14 
Location: HUB Sports Center

February 11, 2023 | U14
Location: HUB Sports Center

February 12, 2023 | U16
Location: HUB Sports Center

March 4, 2023 | U14
Location: HUB Sports Center

March 5, 2023 | U16
Location: HUB Sports Center

April 15, 2023 | U14 | Combined with INK
Location: HUB Sports Center, Riverside and/or Various Schools

April 16, 2023 | U16 | Combined with INK
Location: HUB Sports Center, Riverside and/or Various Schools

2023 ALTERNATE TOURNAMENTS

Teams who do NOT qualify for the remaining Power League tournaments will automatically be placed into the following tournaments after the qualifier event. Teams DO NOT have to sign up for these events, tournament directors are holding spaces for the non-qualifying teams.

February 11, 2023 | Sideout Classic U14
Location: Mead Schools

February 12, 2023 | Ace of Hearts U16
Location: HUB Sports Center

March 4, 2022 | U14 Shamrock Showdown
Location: HUB Sports Center

March 5, 2022 | U16 Shamrock Showdown
Location: HUB Sports Center

April 15, 2023 | U14 | Combined with INK
Location: HUB Sports Center, Riverside and/or Various Schools

April 16, 2023 | U16 | Combined with INK
Location: HUB Sports Center, Riverside and/or Various Schools


Overview & Structure

Power League is a series of 4 tournaments hosted by the Evergreen Region for the U14 and U16 age divisions. The first tournament, held in January will be a seeding/qualification tournament, followed by three more tournaments occurring monthly from January – March. The up or down movement of a team in each tournament will determine their final finish in Power League.

 

TEAM SIGN-UP AND ACCEPTANCE INTO ERVA POWER LEAGUE

All teams will participate in the ERVA Power League Qualifier in January. Teams who do NOT finish in the top 16 will play in the designated alternate tournaments. ERVA has the approval of the designated tournament directors to hold spots in their tournaments for the non-qualifying teams.

Format

In Power League Tournaments, each division will consist of 8 teams. Within each division, teams are snake seeded into 2 pools of 4 teams. Competition includes 4 team pool play followed by single elimination bracket play.

1st and 2nd seeds from each pool will playoff in a 4 team playoff after pool play. 3rd and 4th place seeds from each pool will playoff in a 4 team playoff after pool play.

Teams finishing 1st in the 1st/2nd seed playoff will advance to the next higher division for the next power league date. Example: team finishing 1st in the silver pool 1st/2nd playoffs will move into GOLD division at next power league.

Teams finishing last in the 3rd/4the seed playoff will drop down a division for the next power league date. Example: team finishing last in the Gold pool 3rd/4th playoffs will move down into the Silver division at next power league.

Seeding & Rankings

The first tournament in January will be a seeding tournament. The initial tournament seeding will be determined by the ERVA Seeding Committee. The Committee will use the previous season’s Regional Championship results, 2019 Power League Rankings, ERVA Rankings, and contact clubs directly regarding their teams. After the first tournament, the seeding for each Power League tournament will be based on the previous tournament’s results.

ERVA Power League will have its own P.L. ranking to determine seeding for the 3 remaining tournaments, along with determining a Power League Champion.

Apr
19
Wed
Homeschool PE 22-23
Apr 19 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am

This program is designed with the Homeschooler in mind! Students ages 4-18 will have the opportunity to interact with other children their age in a fun, friendly, and active environment. During a semester, your child will focus on different motor skills while learning different sports and games. They will learn proper techniques and game rules that will help them in their development.

Homeschool Physical Education

This program is designed with the Homeschooler in mind! Students ages 4-18 will have the opportunity to interact with other children their age in a fun, friendly, and active environment. During a semester, your child will focus on different motor skills while learning different sports and games. They will learn proper techniques and game rules that will help them in their development.

Students will be split up into groups based on their ages.

Must be pre-registered.

Cost: Daily option: $7/child for first 2 children (additional children $5/each). Semester option: $40/child for first 2 children (additional children $26/child). Dates are non-transferable.

2022-23 Semester #1 Dates:
November 2
November 16
December 7
December 21
January 4
January 18
February 1

Click Here to register!

2022-23 Semester #2 Dates:
February 15
March 1
March 15
April 5
April 19
May 3
May 17

Click Here to register!

Class Expectations

  1. Be Responsible; Come to class prepared to participate; wear appropriate clothing for activity following the PE appropriate dress guidelines.
  2. No food, gum, candy, or drinks on court (except water).
  3. Observe safety rules and listen to directions.

Appropriate Dress

  1. Students need to wear pants, shorts or skorts on their PE day. No skirts or dresses please.
  2. Students need to wear shoes that cover their toes and stay on their feet on their PE day. No sandals, flats, slip-ons, boots, high heels or flip flops.

 

May
3
Wed
Homeschool PE 22-23
May 3 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am

This program is designed with the Homeschooler in mind! Students ages 4-18 will have the opportunity to interact with other children their age in a fun, friendly, and active environment. During a semester, your child will focus on different motor skills while learning different sports and games. They will learn proper techniques and game rules that will help them in their development.

Homeschool Physical Education

This program is designed with the Homeschooler in mind! Students ages 4-18 will have the opportunity to interact with other children their age in a fun, friendly, and active environment. During a semester, your child will focus on different motor skills while learning different sports and games. They will learn proper techniques and game rules that will help them in their development.

Students will be split up into groups based on their ages.

Must be pre-registered.

Cost: Daily option: $7/child for first 2 children (additional children $5/each). Semester option: $40/child for first 2 children (additional children $26/child). Dates are non-transferable.

2022-23 Semester #1 Dates:
November 2
November 16
December 7
December 21
January 4
January 18
February 1

Click Here to register!

2022-23 Semester #2 Dates:
February 15
March 1
March 15
April 5
April 19
May 3
May 17

Click Here to register!

Class Expectations

  1. Be Responsible; Come to class prepared to participate; wear appropriate clothing for activity following the PE appropriate dress guidelines.
  2. No food, gum, candy, or drinks on court (except water).
  3. Observe safety rules and listen to directions.

Appropriate Dress

  1. Students need to wear pants, shorts or skorts on their PE day. No skirts or dresses please.
  2. Students need to wear shoes that cover their toes and stay on their feet on their PE day. No sandals, flats, slip-ons, boots, high heels or flip flops.

 

May
6
Sat
Inland Northwest Volleyball Showcase 2023
May 6 @ 11:30 am – 5:00 pm

Join us and come watch the best of the best local high school players compete against each other in the Inland NW Volleyball Showcase!

Join us on May 6th for the 6th annual Inland Northwest Volleyball Showcase sponsored by Evergreen Region Volleyball Association at the HUB Sports Center in Spokane, WA.  Only a select group of players throughout the Inland Northwest are being invited to participate in this prestigious event.  The tentative schedule for Saturday’s games will be the following:

Saturday, May 6th

 

 

Thank you to our 2023 sponsors!

 

 

 

 

 

May
12
Fri
Breakthrough Basketball Shooting & Offensive Skills Camp
May 12 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
This specialized 3-day camp will give you the drills and instruction you need to become a top-flight shooter who stands out from the competition.

Go into season ready to increase your shooting percentage and range with better mechanics and more confidence in your shot.

These are the secrets perfected by the world’s greatest shooters, and now they’re yours as part of the 3-day intensive Shooting & Offensive Skills Camp.

What will players get out of the camp?

    • Shooting fundamentals that will quickly boost your FG and FT % (stance, release point, hand position and follow through)
  • Common mistakes that limit players’ shooting ability (and quick fixes for each)
  • How to develop a quicker release to get better looks and avoid getting blocked
  • The “Steve Nash Adjustment” that extends your shooting range while staying accurate
  • Proper body positioning for maximum shooting accuracy
  • Techniques for creating space so you get more clean looks at the basket
  • Pro-level secrets for shooting off the dribble
  • Catch-and-shoot fundamentals for varying game situations
  • The “shooters mentality” that will immediately give you a psychological edge in every situation

We use a “Progressions”-based approach to ensure all players establish a strong foundation before moving into more complex drills.

This allows each player to move forward at the appropriate speed for their age and skill level.

Shooting Topics Covered In Camp

Foundation of Shooting

This is the first step in becoming a great shooter. Some players will progress through this stage quickly, while others will need to spend a bit more time to correct some bad habits. You will also learn:

    • How your stance could actually be causing your shot to go left and right and how to fix it
  • Why the parallel stance may not be the right fit for you
  • How your legs and not just your follow through can actually cause a flat shot
  • The proper release point and follow through
  • How inflexibility in your legs can affect your shot in a negative way
  • Learn the Steve Nash adjustment that allows players to shoot accurately from further distances

Shooting Off of the Catch Like Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant

After we have built a great shooting foundation, we will progress to shooting off of the catch. You will learn:

    • How to make your shot quicker
  • The mentality to making your shot quicker
  • The proper body position for every shot off of the catch
  • The proper footwork for different situations during the game
  • The proper hand position to create consistency and accuracy
  • How to pull up out of the fast break

Shooting Off of the Dribble Like Russell Westbrook & Kyrie Irving

As the levels go up, it’s very important to add a pull up jump shot off of the dribble. This gives you the ability to score as defenders rush out to defend the initial shot. You will learn:

    • The often ignored, but important progressions for the shot off of the dribble learned from legendary Hal Wissel who coached in the NBA
  • Learn how to properly pick up the basketball and how doing it the wrong way could be causing your shot to miss to the left and the right
  • Learn how the pace of the dribble can make your shot quicker
  • Learn how to properly execute the sweep and step through to create space from your defender
  • Learn the mentality needed to have a successful pull up jump shot and how the wrong mentality can be easily defended

Learn Advanced Shooting Techniques Used by the Pros

You will learn the keys to a quick release used by the pros such as Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry. You will learn the Michael Jordan 1-2 step used to create space and hit the open jumper.

You will learn the details required to be successful with these advanced moves. If you’re not ready for the advanced moves yet, we have a system setup that will progress players at the proper rates.

Here’s What Attendees Have To Say:

“Watching my son’s confidence increase as he began shooting from pre-camp to post-camp was amazing to watch. He learned great skills to practice before moving into JV ball”

– Mark P., Lansing, MI

“Thank you for sparking the fire in my kids to not only be great players, but also great individuals and team players. Coach was amazing and we appreciate you finding coaches like him. I’ve never seen my son smile so much while doing basketball”

– Carrie H., San Angelo, TX

“My daughter was really nervous about this camp because she wasn’t sure if…she’d be as good as everyone else. She came home so tired every day but was so excited about what she learned. She’s excited to keep practicing. Thank you for an awesome experience.”

– Kim B., Knoxville, TN

“Amazing camp! Love the positivity and the drills were great. Coach gave them great talks about being good people, too! We will be back!”

– Kerri D., Lenexa, KS

Spots Are Limited

We’re committed to giving you the most personal attention, reps and opportunity for improvement during this camp.

For that reason, spots are very limited.

If you’re ready to take your offensive game to the next level, we encourage you to reserve your spot while they’re still available.

After You Register

Once you enter your initial registration information at the bottom of the page, you’ll be taken to the payment page to complete the sign up process.

Your spot will be immediately reserved once payment is made.

Then check your email in 10-15 minutes for a Welcome Message with all the information you need to set your child up for success at camp.

What’s Your “Why”?

Every player has their own unique motivations and goals for attending a Breakthrough camp, including:

    • Getting more playing time
  • Stepping into shots with confidence
  • Making the “A” team
  • Increasing your scoring average
  • Higher FG and FT %
  • Making teams pay for leaving you open
  • Loving the game more than ever as you see yourself succeed.

What are YOUR biggest motivations?

When you come to camp focused on what you want to achieve, you put yourself in the best position to succeed.

No matter what your goals are, the Shooting and Offensive Skills Camp can help you achieve them.

Coach Profile – Morris Bethea

Camp Instructor Image

Coach Mo Bethea, is in his second year as the Assistant Head Coach for Warner Pacific University in Portland, OR. Coach Bethea leads player skill development, recruiting, film breakdown, as well as practice/game planning
Mo helped lead Warner Pacific to 2 national tournament appearances and 2 “sweet 16” runs. As a freshman he shot 90% from the free throw line, good for 6th all-time in school history. He topped that mark, as a Junior, shooting 93% from the line putting him at 4th all-time in school history for a single season. He coupled his success at the line with success from 3, shooting 47% from deep on the season, putting him at 14th in the entire country
Coach Bethea is entering his second year with Breakthrough Basketball, assisting with camps throughout the PNW

Camp Details

WHEN:

Friday May 12, 2023 – 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Saturday May 13, 2023 – 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Sunday May 14, 2023 – 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

AGE CATEGORY:

The camp is for boys and girls from 5th grade to 10th grade.

Players will be grouped based on grade and gender to start during the individual skill work drills.

PLAYER LIMIT:

Each session is limited to 60 players to ensure a high number of repetitions and improvement

WHERE:

The HUB Sports Center
19619 E. Cataldo Ave
Liberty Lake, WA 99016

COST:

$245 $196 Register Now for 20% Off!
May
13
Sat
Breakthrough Basketball Shooting & Offensive Skills Camp
May 13 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
This specialized 3-day camp will give you the drills and instruction you need to become a top-flight shooter who stands out from the competition.

Go into season ready to increase your shooting percentage and range with better mechanics and more confidence in your shot.

These are the secrets perfected by the world’s greatest shooters, and now they’re yours as part of the 3-day intensive Shooting & Offensive Skills Camp.

What will players get out of the camp?

    • Shooting fundamentals that will quickly boost your FG and FT % (stance, release point, hand position and follow through)
  • Common mistakes that limit players’ shooting ability (and quick fixes for each)
  • How to develop a quicker release to get better looks and avoid getting blocked
  • The “Steve Nash Adjustment” that extends your shooting range while staying accurate
  • Proper body positioning for maximum shooting accuracy
  • Techniques for creating space so you get more clean looks at the basket
  • Pro-level secrets for shooting off the dribble
  • Catch-and-shoot fundamentals for varying game situations
  • The “shooters mentality” that will immediately give you a psychological edge in every situation

We use a “Progressions”-based approach to ensure all players establish a strong foundation before moving into more complex drills.

This allows each player to move forward at the appropriate speed for their age and skill level.

Shooting Topics Covered In Camp

Foundation of Shooting

This is the first step in becoming a great shooter. Some players will progress through this stage quickly, while others will need to spend a bit more time to correct some bad habits. You will also learn:

    • How your stance could actually be causing your shot to go left and right and how to fix it
  • Why the parallel stance may not be the right fit for you
  • How your legs and not just your follow through can actually cause a flat shot
  • The proper release point and follow through
  • How inflexibility in your legs can affect your shot in a negative way
  • Learn the Steve Nash adjustment that allows players to shoot accurately from further distances

Shooting Off of the Catch Like Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant

After we have built a great shooting foundation, we will progress to shooting off of the catch. You will learn:

    • How to make your shot quicker
  • The mentality to making your shot quicker
  • The proper body position for every shot off of the catch
  • The proper footwork for different situations during the game
  • The proper hand position to create consistency and accuracy
  • How to pull up out of the fast break

Shooting Off of the Dribble Like Russell Westbrook & Kyrie Irving

As the levels go up, it’s very important to add a pull up jump shot off of the dribble. This gives you the ability to score as defenders rush out to defend the initial shot. You will learn:

    • The often ignored, but important progressions for the shot off of the dribble learned from legendary Hal Wissel who coached in the NBA
  • Learn how to properly pick up the basketball and how doing it the wrong way could be causing your shot to miss to the left and the right
  • Learn how the pace of the dribble can make your shot quicker
  • Learn how to properly execute the sweep and step through to create space from your defender
  • Learn the mentality needed to have a successful pull up jump shot and how the wrong mentality can be easily defended

Learn Advanced Shooting Techniques Used by the Pros

You will learn the keys to a quick release used by the pros such as Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry. You will learn the Michael Jordan 1-2 step used to create space and hit the open jumper.

You will learn the details required to be successful with these advanced moves. If you’re not ready for the advanced moves yet, we have a system setup that will progress players at the proper rates.

Here’s What Attendees Have To Say:

“Watching my son’s confidence increase as he began shooting from pre-camp to post-camp was amazing to watch. He learned great skills to practice before moving into JV ball”

– Mark P., Lansing, MI

“Thank you for sparking the fire in my kids to not only be great players, but also great individuals and team players. Coach was amazing and we appreciate you finding coaches like him. I’ve never seen my son smile so much while doing basketball”

– Carrie H., San Angelo, TX

“My daughter was really nervous about this camp because she wasn’t sure if…she’d be as good as everyone else. She came home so tired every day but was so excited about what she learned. She’s excited to keep practicing. Thank you for an awesome experience.”

– Kim B., Knoxville, TN

“Amazing camp! Love the positivity and the drills were great. Coach gave them great talks about being good people, too! We will be back!”

– Kerri D., Lenexa, KS

Spots Are Limited

We’re committed to giving you the most personal attention, reps and opportunity for improvement during this camp.

For that reason, spots are very limited.

If you’re ready to take your offensive game to the next level, we encourage you to reserve your spot while they’re still available.

After You Register

Once you enter your initial registration information at the bottom of the page, you’ll be taken to the payment page to complete the sign up process.

Your spot will be immediately reserved once payment is made.

Then check your email in 10-15 minutes for a Welcome Message with all the information you need to set your child up for success at camp.

What’s Your “Why”?

Every player has their own unique motivations and goals for attending a Breakthrough camp, including:

    • Getting more playing time
  • Stepping into shots with confidence
  • Making the “A” team
  • Increasing your scoring average
  • Higher FG and FT %
  • Making teams pay for leaving you open
  • Loving the game more than ever as you see yourself succeed.

What are YOUR biggest motivations?

When you come to camp focused on what you want to achieve, you put yourself in the best position to succeed.

No matter what your goals are, the Shooting and Offensive Skills Camp can help you achieve them.

Coach Profile – Morris Bethea

Camp Instructor Image

Coach Mo Bethea, is in his second year as the Assistant Head Coach for Warner Pacific University in Portland, OR. Coach Bethea leads player skill development, recruiting, film breakdown, as well as practice/game planning
Mo helped lead Warner Pacific to 2 national tournament appearances and 2 “sweet 16” runs. As a freshman he shot 90% from the free throw line, good for 6th all-time in school history. He topped that mark, as a Junior, shooting 93% from the line putting him at 4th all-time in school history for a single season. He coupled his success at the line with success from 3, shooting 47% from deep on the season, putting him at 14th in the entire country
Coach Bethea is entering his second year with Breakthrough Basketball, assisting with camps throughout the PNW

Camp Details

WHEN:

Friday May 12, 2023 – 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Saturday May 13, 2023 – 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Sunday May 14, 2023 – 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

AGE CATEGORY:

The camp is for boys and girls from 5th grade to 10th grade.

Players will be grouped based on grade and gender to start during the individual skill work drills.

PLAYER LIMIT:

Each session is limited to 60 players to ensure a high number of repetitions and improvement

WHERE:

The HUB Sports Center
19619 E. Cataldo Ave
Liberty Lake, WA 99016

COST:

$245 $196 Register Now for 20% Off!
May
14
Sun
Breakthrough Basketball Shooting & Offensive Skills Camp
May 14 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
This specialized 3-day camp will give you the drills and instruction you need to become a top-flight shooter who stands out from the competition.

Go into season ready to increase your shooting percentage and range with better mechanics and more confidence in your shot.

These are the secrets perfected by the world’s greatest shooters, and now they’re yours as part of the 3-day intensive Shooting & Offensive Skills Camp.

What will players get out of the camp?

    • Shooting fundamentals that will quickly boost your FG and FT % (stance, release point, hand position and follow through)
  • Common mistakes that limit players’ shooting ability (and quick fixes for each)
  • How to develop a quicker release to get better looks and avoid getting blocked
  • The “Steve Nash Adjustment” that extends your shooting range while staying accurate
  • Proper body positioning for maximum shooting accuracy
  • Techniques for creating space so you get more clean looks at the basket
  • Pro-level secrets for shooting off the dribble
  • Catch-and-shoot fundamentals for varying game situations
  • The “shooters mentality” that will immediately give you a psychological edge in every situation

We use a “Progressions”-based approach to ensure all players establish a strong foundation before moving into more complex drills.

This allows each player to move forward at the appropriate speed for their age and skill level.

Shooting Topics Covered In Camp

Foundation of Shooting

This is the first step in becoming a great shooter. Some players will progress through this stage quickly, while others will need to spend a bit more time to correct some bad habits. You will also learn:

    • How your stance could actually be causing your shot to go left and right and how to fix it
  • Why the parallel stance may not be the right fit for you
  • How your legs and not just your follow through can actually cause a flat shot
  • The proper release point and follow through
  • How inflexibility in your legs can affect your shot in a negative way
  • Learn the Steve Nash adjustment that allows players to shoot accurately from further distances

Shooting Off of the Catch Like Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant

After we have built a great shooting foundation, we will progress to shooting off of the catch. You will learn:

    • How to make your shot quicker
  • The mentality to making your shot quicker
  • The proper body position for every shot off of the catch
  • The proper footwork for different situations during the game
  • The proper hand position to create consistency and accuracy
  • How to pull up out of the fast break

Shooting Off of the Dribble Like Russell Westbrook & Kyrie Irving

As the levels go up, it’s very important to add a pull up jump shot off of the dribble. This gives you the ability to score as defenders rush out to defend the initial shot. You will learn:

    • The often ignored, but important progressions for the shot off of the dribble learned from legendary Hal Wissel who coached in the NBA
  • Learn how to properly pick up the basketball and how doing it the wrong way could be causing your shot to miss to the left and the right
  • Learn how the pace of the dribble can make your shot quicker
  • Learn how to properly execute the sweep and step through to create space from your defender
  • Learn the mentality needed to have a successful pull up jump shot and how the wrong mentality can be easily defended

Learn Advanced Shooting Techniques Used by the Pros

You will learn the keys to a quick release used by the pros such as Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry. You will learn the Michael Jordan 1-2 step used to create space and hit the open jumper.

You will learn the details required to be successful with these advanced moves. If you’re not ready for the advanced moves yet, we have a system setup that will progress players at the proper rates.

Here’s What Attendees Have To Say:

“Watching my son’s confidence increase as he began shooting from pre-camp to post-camp was amazing to watch. He learned great skills to practice before moving into JV ball”

– Mark P., Lansing, MI

“Thank you for sparking the fire in my kids to not only be great players, but also great individuals and team players. Coach was amazing and we appreciate you finding coaches like him. I’ve never seen my son smile so much while doing basketball”

– Carrie H., San Angelo, TX

“My daughter was really nervous about this camp because she wasn’t sure if…she’d be as good as everyone else. She came home so tired every day but was so excited about what she learned. She’s excited to keep practicing. Thank you for an awesome experience.”

– Kim B., Knoxville, TN

“Amazing camp! Love the positivity and the drills were great. Coach gave them great talks about being good people, too! We will be back!”

– Kerri D., Lenexa, KS

Spots Are Limited

We’re committed to giving you the most personal attention, reps and opportunity for improvement during this camp.

For that reason, spots are very limited.

If you’re ready to take your offensive game to the next level, we encourage you to reserve your spot while they’re still available.

After You Register

Once you enter your initial registration information at the bottom of the page, you’ll be taken to the payment page to complete the sign up process.

Your spot will be immediately reserved once payment is made.

Then check your email in 10-15 minutes for a Welcome Message with all the information you need to set your child up for success at camp.

What’s Your “Why”?

Every player has their own unique motivations and goals for attending a Breakthrough camp, including:

    • Getting more playing time
  • Stepping into shots with confidence
  • Making the “A” team
  • Increasing your scoring average
  • Higher FG and FT %
  • Making teams pay for leaving you open
  • Loving the game more than ever as you see yourself succeed.

What are YOUR biggest motivations?

When you come to camp focused on what you want to achieve, you put yourself in the best position to succeed.

No matter what your goals are, the Shooting and Offensive Skills Camp can help you achieve them.

Coach Profile – Morris Bethea

Camp Instructor Image

Coach Mo Bethea, is in his second year as the Assistant Head Coach for Warner Pacific University in Portland, OR. Coach Bethea leads player skill development, recruiting, film breakdown, as well as practice/game planning
Mo helped lead Warner Pacific to 2 national tournament appearances and 2 “sweet 16” runs. As a freshman he shot 90% from the free throw line, good for 6th all-time in school history. He topped that mark, as a Junior, shooting 93% from the line putting him at 4th all-time in school history for a single season. He coupled his success at the line with success from 3, shooting 47% from deep on the season, putting him at 14th in the entire country
Coach Bethea is entering his second year with Breakthrough Basketball, assisting with camps throughout the PNW

Camp Details

WHEN:

Friday May 12, 2023 – 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Saturday May 13, 2023 – 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Sunday May 14, 2023 – 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

AGE CATEGORY:

The camp is for boys and girls from 5th grade to 10th grade.

Players will be grouped based on grade and gender to start during the individual skill work drills.

PLAYER LIMIT:

Each session is limited to 60 players to ensure a high number of repetitions and improvement

WHERE:

The HUB Sports Center
19619 E. Cataldo Ave
Liberty Lake, WA 99016

COST:

$245 $196 Register Now for 20% Off!
May
17
Wed
Homeschool PE 22-23
May 17 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am

This program is designed with the Homeschooler in mind! Students ages 4-18 will have the opportunity to interact with other children their age in a fun, friendly, and active environment. During a semester, your child will focus on different motor skills while learning different sports and games. They will learn proper techniques and game rules that will help them in their development.

Homeschool Physical Education

This program is designed with the Homeschooler in mind! Students ages 4-18 will have the opportunity to interact with other children their age in a fun, friendly, and active environment. During a semester, your child will focus on different motor skills while learning different sports and games. They will learn proper techniques and game rules that will help them in their development.

Students will be split up into groups based on their ages.

Must be pre-registered.

Cost: Daily option: $7/child for first 2 children (additional children $5/each). Semester option: $40/child for first 2 children (additional children $26/child). Dates are non-transferable.

2022-23 Semester #1 Dates:
November 2
November 16
December 7
December 21
January 4
January 18
February 1

Click Here to register!

2022-23 Semester #2 Dates:
February 15
March 1
March 15
April 5
April 19
May 3
May 17

Click Here to register!

Class Expectations

  1. Be Responsible; Come to class prepared to participate; wear appropriate clothing for activity following the PE appropriate dress guidelines.
  2. No food, gum, candy, or drinks on court (except water).
  3. Observe safety rules and listen to directions.

Appropriate Dress

  1. Students need to wear pants, shorts or skorts on their PE day. No skirts or dresses please.
  2. Students need to wear shoes that cover their toes and stay on their feet on their PE day. No sandals, flats, slip-ons, boots, high heels or flip flops.

 

May
20
Sat
Dads & Dudes Night 2023
May 20 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Join us for another Dads & Dudes Night of fun and games at the HUB Sports Center, May 20th.

This event is about fathers and sons spending quality time together, having fun, deepening relationships and making positive memories. We’ll have opportunities for basketball, football, soccer, baseball, pickleball, martial arts and more.

Come have a ball and a barrel of fun at the HUB Sports Center. We will have opportunities for basketball, football, soccer, pickleball, martial arts and more. There will be relay races, skill competitions and other fun games to play.
Door prize give-aways for the “dudes”.

All Ages are Welcome!!!

Registration is $15 for a dad and “dude”. Additional children under 18 are $5/each. Additional adults are $10 each.

(Uncles and Grandpas are welcome too.)

2022 Activities & Guests:
HUB Batting Zone – Batting Cage
Liberty Lake Throw Down – Cornhole
NBC Camps – Basketball games and activities
Northwest Kenpo Karate – Martial Arts games and activities
Northwest Taekwondo Academy – Martial Arts games and activities
Pickleball – teaching and games
Skyhawks – Soccer and Golf activities
Upward Flag Football – Football activities
USL Spokane – Soccer

2022 Door Prizes donated by:
HUB Sports Center
Altitude Trampoline Park
Black Angus
Cabela’s
Chipotle
Eagles Ice Arena
Fieldhouse Pizza
Flying Squirrel
Home Depot
HuHot
LaserMaxx
Mobius
NBC Camps
Riverfront Park
Skyhawks
Spokane Chiefs
Spokane Indians
Spokane Heritage Museum
Spokane Valley Upward Flag Football
True Legends Grill
USL Spokane
Wild Walls

and more.

Thanks Shine 104.9 for being a partner and promoting this event.

Click Here for Dads & Dudes Online Registration

 

Jun
2
Fri
Pac-NW Basketball Championships
Jun 2 @ 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Pac-NW Basketball Championships

PAC-NW BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Presented by The Warehouse and HUB Sports Center
Boys and Girls Teams. 4th – 9th grade divisions

June 2-4 – Boys and Girls Weekend

Space is limited. Registration accepted first come, first serve.

$450/team

Register at: WarehouseAthletics.com

Jun
3
Sat
Pac-NW Basketball Championships
Jun 3 @ 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Pac-NW Basketball Championships

PAC-NW BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Presented by The Warehouse and HUB Sports Center
Boys and Girls Teams. 4th – 9th grade divisions

June 2-4 – Boys and Girls Weekend

Space is limited. Registration accepted first come, first serve.

$450/team

Register at: WarehouseAthletics.com

Jun
4
Sun
Pac-NW Basketball Championships
Jun 4 @ 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Pac-NW Basketball Championships

PAC-NW BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Presented by The Warehouse and HUB Sports Center
Boys and Girls Teams. 4th – 9th grade divisions

June 2-4 – Boys and Girls Weekend

Space is limited. Registration accepted first come, first serve.

$450/team

Register at: WarehouseAthletics.com

Jul
6
Thu
HUB Summer HS Volleyball League 2023
Jul 6 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Summer Volleyball league is a time for your team to get your High School Volleyball season off to a great start!

The Summer League will have 2 levels of Competition: Varsity and JV/Frosh leagues.

The purpose of this league is to provide competition and maximize playing time for teams to work together prior to the fall volleyball season.  Teams are provided an opportunity to work with different line ups, integrate new players and systems.

When: Tuesday nights beginning the week of July 11th and run for 3 weeks through July. Each team will play 2 matches (2 sets to 25 points) each week. Games will begin at 6:00pm, approximately 7:00pm, 8:00pm and 9:00pm. Teams are responsible for their own scorekeeping and officiating.

Additional Night Option – Thursday, July 6th
Start the league off early and get one more night of play on Thursday, July 6th. Only $30/team for the night. 2 matches guaranteed. Games will begin at 6:00pm, approximately 7:00pm, 8:00pm and 9:00pm.
Option to add additional night in the checkout form.

Registration: Team registration Fees will be $165. We ask that this be in one payment and be accompanied with a completed Team Registration Form. Upon receiving your Registration form your coaches will be notified of your acceptance and a schedule and Waiver form will be sent out one week before the Summer League begins.

 

General Information

Uniforms – Will not be required, but a jersey with a number on it is strongly suggested.

Officials – Each team will collaborate with who they are playing to keep score and officiate.

Scorekeeping – Flipcards will be used as the official score.

Libero – The Libero will be used and must have a unique uniform.

Substitutions – There will be no limit on substitutions.

Warm-ups – The team that was not playing will have 10 minutes warm-up between matches.

 

CLICK HERE for Online Registration

CLICK HERE for Paper Registration Form

 

Jul
7
Fri
Summer Slam Basketball
Jul 7 @ 10:00 am – 9:00 pm

The HUB Sports Center will host a series of summer basketball tournaments for high school affiliated teams.  Teams will play a minimum of 5 games over the three day tournament.

The HUB Sports Center will host a series of summer basketball tournaments for high school teams (teams must be affiliated with a high school and all players must be from the same high school).  Teams will play a minimum of 5 games over the three day tournament.

The initial 2-4 games will be in a round robin format to determine seeding for the bracketed tournament.  Certified officials will referee all the games.

Tournament bracket champions will receive additional swag.

Summer Slam 2023 options:

  • July 7-9 – Boys and Girls teams. Varsity and JV/Frosh
  • July 14-16 – Boys and Girls teams. Varsity and JV/Frosh

$400/team. $25 discount for each additional team.

CLICK HERE for online registration. Registration open until full.

(Space may still be available after the deadlines. Email ryan@hubsportscenter.org for information or if your school needs a PO.)

CLICK HERE for waiver form.

 

CLICK HERE for local hotel accommodations.

Stream games live and on-demand via Playsight!

Thank you to our 2023 sponsors!

 

 

 

Refund policy: Cancellations made prior to a month in advance of tournament start date, will receive a 75% refund of the tournament entry fee. No refunds will be given for team cancellations made after a month before tournament start dateThis refund policy will be enforced in order to ensure the continued integrity of our tournaments. Full Refunds will be given if tournament is cancelled.

Jul
8
Sat
Summer Slam Basketball
Jul 8 @ 10:00 am – 9:00 pm

The HUB Sports Center will host a series of summer basketball tournaments for high school affiliated teams.  Teams will play a minimum of 5 games over the three day tournament.

The HUB Sports Center will host a series of summer basketball tournaments for high school teams (teams must be affiliated with a high school and all players must be from the same high school).  Teams will play a minimum of 5 games over the three day tournament.

The initial 2-4 games will be in a round robin format to determine seeding for the bracketed tournament.  Certified officials will referee all the games.

Tournament bracket champions will receive additional swag.

Summer Slam 2023 options:

  • July 7-9 – Boys and Girls teams. Varsity and JV/Frosh
  • July 14-16 – Boys and Girls teams. Varsity and JV/Frosh

$400/team. $25 discount for each additional team.

CLICK HERE for online registration. Registration open until full.

(Space may still be available after the deadlines. Email ryan@hubsportscenter.org for information or if your school needs a PO.)

CLICK HERE for waiver form.

 

CLICK HERE for local hotel accommodations.

Stream games live and on-demand via Playsight!

Thank you to our 2023 sponsors!

 

 

 

Refund policy: Cancellations made prior to a month in advance of tournament start date, will receive a 75% refund of the tournament entry fee. No refunds will be given for team cancellations made after a month before tournament start dateThis refund policy will be enforced in order to ensure the continued integrity of our tournaments. Full Refunds will be given if tournament is cancelled.

Jul
9
Sun
Summer Slam Basketball
Jul 9 @ 10:00 am – 9:00 pm

The HUB Sports Center will host a series of summer basketball tournaments for high school affiliated teams.  Teams will play a minimum of 5 games over the three day tournament.

The HUB Sports Center will host a series of summer basketball tournaments for high school teams (teams must be affiliated with a high school and all players must be from the same high school).  Teams will play a minimum of 5 games over the three day tournament.

The initial 2-4 games will be in a round robin format to determine seeding for the bracketed tournament.  Certified officials will referee all the games.

Tournament bracket champions will receive additional swag.

Summer Slam 2023 options:

  • July 7-9 – Boys and Girls teams. Varsity and JV/Frosh
  • July 14-16 – Boys and Girls teams. Varsity and JV/Frosh

$400/team. $25 discount for each additional team.

CLICK HERE for online registration. Registration open until full.

(Space may still be available after the deadlines. Email ryan@hubsportscenter.org for information or if your school needs a PO.)

CLICK HERE for waiver form.

 

CLICK HERE for local hotel accommodations.

Stream games live and on-demand via Playsight!

Thank you to our 2023 sponsors!

 

 

 

Refund policy: Cancellations made prior to a month in advance of tournament start date, will receive a 75% refund of the tournament entry fee. No refunds will be given for team cancellations made after a month before tournament start dateThis refund policy will be enforced in order to ensure the continued integrity of our tournaments. Full Refunds will be given if tournament is cancelled.

Jul
11
Tue
HUB Summer HS Volleyball League 2023
Jul 11 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Summer Volleyball league is a time for your team to get your High School Volleyball season off to a great start!

The Summer League will have 2 levels of Competition: Varsity and JV/Frosh leagues.

The purpose of this league is to provide competition and maximize playing time for teams to work together prior to the fall volleyball season.  Teams are provided an opportunity to work with different line ups, integrate new players and systems.

When: Tuesday nights beginning the week of July 11th and run for 3 weeks through July. Each team will play 2 matches (2 sets to 25 points) each week. Games will begin at 6:00pm, approximately 7:00pm, 8:00pm and 9:00pm. Teams are responsible for their own scorekeeping and officiating.

Additional Night Option – Thursday, July 6th
Start the league off early and get one more night of play on Thursday, July 6th. Only $30/team for the night. 2 matches guaranteed. Games will begin at 6:00pm, approximately 7:00pm, 8:00pm and 9:00pm.
Option to add additional night in the checkout form.

Registration: Team registration Fees will be $165. We ask that this be in one payment and be accompanied with a completed Team Registration Form. Upon receiving your Registration form your coaches will be notified of your acceptance and a schedule and Waiver form will be sent out one week before the Summer League begins.

 

General Information

Uniforms – Will not be required, but a jersey with a number on it is strongly suggested.

Officials – Each team will collaborate with who they are playing to keep score and officiate.

Scorekeeping – Flipcards will be used as the official score.

Libero – The Libero will be used and must have a unique uniform.

Substitutions – There will be no limit on substitutions.

Warm-ups – The team that was not playing will have 10 minutes warm-up between matches.

 

CLICK HERE for Online Registration

CLICK HERE for Paper Registration Form