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Co-ed Volleyball

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Daa’s Volleyball Story

Our co-ed volleyball program began in 2004 with the goal of creating a recreational volleyball league for kids to learn the game of volleyball, be part of a team and have fun. We do not focus on wins and losses, so the kids are free to have a good time with no stress or pressure to perform. We started with one session and 150 kids.   We now have 600 to 700 kids playing annually in our Spring, Summer & Fall team programs.  We also offer a Skills n Drills clinic which runs November thru March. 

Current volleyball opportunities are:



Fall league is open to all skill levels for grades 5 -12, and is co-ed. Kids come ready to play (knee pads suggested), warm up, are taught skills and do drills for the first half hour, then play games for the next half hour. Coaches and assistant coaches are needed for each team so please consider volunteering. If volunteering, experience is helpful but not necessary. Coaches clinic teaches you what you need to know and is held at the beginning of each season. Weekly rotating schedule of play against other teams, no pressure, a lot of FUN!  Please keep in mind the schedule is determined by how many teams are registered  There are three courts so 6 teams can play at once.  If we have more than 6 teams, we have two time slots that get auto filled by a computer program. If we have more than 12 teams, we have three time slots. Playoffs only in Division 3 at the end of the season.

Division 1: 5th-6th Grade- Play is Monday nites at Tohickon Middle School.  Division 1 will start 9/10 thru 10/29, either from 6:30-7:30 or 7:30-8:30.  Our first nite for D1 is Thursday 9/6 since we can't start on Labor Day Monday.  After the first week, it will always be on Monday nites.
Division 2: 7th-8th Grade- Tuesday nites at Tohickon Middle School. Starts 9/11 thru 10/30, either from 6:30-7:30 or 7:30-8:30.  
Division 3: 9th-12th Grade– Wednesday nites at Tohickon Middle School. Starts 9/12 to 10/31, either from 7:00-8:00 pm or 8:00-9:00 pm.

Register online- Registration opens 5/1.  Sign up by using online registration by clicking here:

Cost:  Early registration is $55.00 for the first person in your household, $5 off for any additional family members.  As of 7/1, cost is $65.00.   Confidential scholarships available by emailing Sherri Belfus at 

When registering, if you have a friend request or a coach request, please put it under “Comments”. No promises but we’ll do our best!  We cannot always accommodate friend requests if you register late.

Refund Policy: A refund will be given up to opening day of each season minus a $10 deduction which covers payment processing, etc. No refunds will be given once the season begins. All refunds must be requested thru email directly to the sport director. Please include your child’s full name and grade when requesting a refund.



Season is now Finished!

New this year:   D-1: 5th/6th graders

   You've been asking for opportunities to play for all ages and we've listened! For the first time ever we are offering summer play for D1 as well as D2 & D3.  (Space is limited so sign up early to insure a spot.)   Please check out the options listed below: 

D1: 5th-6th grade (Current grade they're at in June), all skill levels,  Tuesday nights starting 6/19 and ending 8/7, 6:30-7:30 or 7:30-8:30., at Fanny Chapman sand courts.  Teams will have 6-9 players and we'll need some coaches to volunteer.  Since it's summertime, we'll pick teams as we go.  Email Art Bass with questions at

D2 & D3: 7th-12th grade, with two skill levels  of either Recreational or Advanced, Thursday nights starting 6/21 and ending 8/9, at Fanny Chapman sand courts. ALL PLAYERS ARE TO COME THIS THURSDAY 6/21 AT 7:00 PM.  Teams will be formed then along with everyone getting their t shirt and playing some volleyball!  This is a 4's league,  self directed so no coaches are needed.  Teams usually have 4-6 players on the rosters.  Come with your own team or register individually and we’ll form teams.  Smaller teams so lots more playing time and opportunities to play 2’s, 3’s and 4’s. Schedules are set up with several time slots, either 7:00-7:45 , 7:45-8:30, or 8:30-9:15 pm for regulation play. Opportunity for open play from 9:15-10:00 pm.  Open play can be pick up games, doubles, threes or whatever you desire. .  The advanced program is for kids who are planning to play on their high school JV or Varsity teams or Club and are in grades 7-12.  The recreational program is for all others in grades 7-12.  The rosters are constructed with the knowledge that players will be away for vacations . When registering with your own team, please list teammates under the comments section/buddy requests as you register.

Who’s eligible to play: For the advanced teams, anyone who has played competitively, is on a high school team or trying out for a high school team, plays club,  is of intermediate level or above. Rec teams are open to all.  First night of play can allow evaluations if you’re unsure of where to be placed for the D2 & D3 Thursday nights league.
Cost: $50.00
What you get: A very cool sleeveless T!
What to do if you’re interested: Sign up using online registration by clicking here:

Questions?  For D1 questions, email Art Bass at  For D2 & D3 questions, email Rob Minschwaner at or Sherri Belfus at

Tell your friends and get signed up!

Click “League Information” tab for information on our seasons and current opportunities to play volleyball.  Other tabs offer Online Registration, Schedule Info, Volleyball Clubs and more for players, coaches and parents. 

Parents: Consider Volunteering

If you enjoy volleyball or have kids who do, coaching or being an assistant coach is a great opportunity to be involved with them and give back to the community.  The commitment is just one night a week for 8 weeks.  Our league keeps growing and we need people to help us keep growing.  Volunteers are the lifeblood of every good organization and our program has been incredibly successful because of the willingness of parents to get involved.   Jump onto the court as a volunteer coach, assistant coach or offer up your area of expertise.  Keeping our website current with info, taking care of the end of season celebration, helping put teams together…we can always use another set of hands to help.

Kids benefit by seeing us teaching, leading and mentoring in the world of sport.

Please consider’s only one night a week for 8 weeks and it’s a blast!  

As our program continues to grow, we are expanding our Board and are in need of volunteers to fill the following positions:

Registration Coordinator-  Volunteer needed to help put teams together using Sportsengine's website.  Excel spreadsheet experience helpful.  Approximately 6- 8 hours in the beginning of each season.

Advertising Coordinator-  Volunteer needed to set up advertising in advance of each season with local newspapers, website updates and sign makers.  

 Interested?  Please email me at or cell: 267-614-3911 and we'll set up a meeting or phone conversation to discuss questions/comments etc.