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Kiwanis - Ruben Romero Courts - Co-Ed 4s Sand Volleyball  Volleyball (Sand) · Co-Ed Recreational

Spring Session 1 2015
Jan 14 ’15 TENTATIVE
Mar 4 ’15
Registration Dates:
Dec 29 ’14 – Jan 13 ’15 regular
Recreational (Rec-C),  Intermediate (B-BB)
MonTueWedThuFriSatSun between 6:30pm and 9:30pm

4v4 Coed

Team Fees
Regular $160.00 per team + $4.80 Processing Fee
Free Agent Fees
Regular $40.00 + $1.20 Processing Fee

Don’t have a team? No problem! Register as a Free Agent and we will help you find a team!

Season Includes: 

·      Coed 4’s play (1 female minimum, 6 maximum players)

·      7 weeks of league play (Play 3 different teams per night totalling 21 games per season) + Double Elimination Tournament

·      Fun and social refs.

·      Team Standings

·      Beer Permit during league play - So you can bring your own beer! (available to players 21 and over)

·      Prizes for Season and Tournament winners!



Recreational (Rec-C)

For Beginner level players, this Division is intended as “just for fun” volleyball.  If you’ve never played organized volleyball, or if you haven’t played in a while, if you’re not familiar with all the rules, or if you’re learning the rules, this is the division for you.  If you are new, and forget the rules, we’ll blow the whistle and let you try again.  The major enforced rules include:

  • Do not touch the net with any body part
  • Do not interfere with the other team under the net
  • No Double Contact upon receiving a serve (if you receive a serve about your head, your hands must be touching and together. 
  • You cannot carry or throw the ball
  • You cannot set the ball to the other side of the net (hitting, tipping, or both hands together only)

Intermediate (B-BB)

If you’re familiar with the rules, and ready to step up your game, this division has some good competition for you.  If you have ball control, and are working on your offensive timing, get ready for some long defensive rallies and fun volleyball.  You’re ready to move up from Rec-C level if you’ve developed the following proficiencies:

  • You know the rules, you’re still learning, but you know how you “should” execute skills.
  • Be able to receive a serve without shanking it, most of the time
  •  Bump –set – spike most of the time
  • Working on your hand setting


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