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High School Summer League

The FVBC Summer League is an opportunity for high school-aged volleyball players to develop volleyball skills in a fun and competitive atmosphere in preparation for the high school and club volleyball seasons. The league will run for 9 weeks (8 weeks of pool play and 1 week for playoffs) starting in June. High school-aged athletes from Frederick County, as well as other surrounding counties in the DMV area, are welcome to form teams and participate.

****New This Season****

In order to promote competitiveness and fair play the league will be separated into two divisions:

JV Division

Who?  Rising 9th graders and 10th graders 

When?  Tuesday Nights :
                      June 6, 13, 20, 27, July 5(Wednesday), 11, 18, 25

                      Playoffs August 1

Cost?  $250 per team

Varsity Division

Who?  Rising 11th and 12th graders
                  (rising 9th and 10th graders playing at a varsity level) 
When?  Thursday Nights :
                      June 8, 15, 22, 29, July 6, 13, 20, 27

                      Playoffs August 3

Cost?  $250 per team

Payment Clarification:

  • One registration for the total $250 per team must be paid in one payment online at the time of registration
  • No individual payments from athletes will be accepted at FVBC.  ALL individual payments from athletes must be managed and taken care of by the team coach/coordinator.

Other Important Details:

  • Deadline for registering teams will be end of day on May 31 - no exceptions!
  • Registrations will be considered "first come, first serve". There will be a limit on the number of teams that the club can accommodate for the league.
  • All teams formed must provide  their own coaches. These coaches do not have to be current high school coaches. Parents or other volunteers may be coaches for teams. 
  • In keeping with how things are handled with high school teams, players will be allowed to "play up" on a Varsity team, but JV rosters should be comprised of only rising 9th and 10th graders.
  • Although we see this as a great way for athletes from the same school to get to know each other and play with each other, it is not mandatory that all players on a team come from one school.
  • Details regarding pool play format, work team requirements, rules, play schedule, etc. will be provided for teams upon completion and payment of registration.