Multiple Teams · High School Volleyball Information -Update 7/23/20


Volleyball Information-update 7/23/20:
This is the final week for workout and skill sessions:
Monday (7/27) & Wednesday (7/29) – Skill Session 9:30 -11:00 a.m. on the turf
Tuesday (7/28) & Thursday (7/30) – Varsity Level Workouts on the turf at 10:00 a.m.
August 1 starts MHSAA preseason down time for Fall sports.  This means all conditioning, open gyms, practices, rotations, clinics, and scrimmages are not permitted during this time.  Coaches can, however, work with four players at a time (four player rule).  Assuming we will still be outdoors as of August 1st, coaches will be setting up time slots for players to sign up for.  Additionally, until we are notified otherwise, we are still planning to kick off our season on August 12th.  The tryout schedule is as follows:
August 12th – 6:00 – 8:30 p.m.
August 13th – 6:00 – 8:30 p.m.
August 14th – 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. (teams are determined)
August 15th – Varsity scrimmage at Lumen Christi High School
It is always highly recommended you take care of any family vacations prior to the week of August 10th that way they don’t interfere with tryouts, practices, and early competitions.
First official practices will begin August 16th.  A full practice and game calendar will be available once teams are established.
As we all know, these days and months ahead bring unknown variables and factors no one in athletics has ever experienced or prepared for. All we can do is provide GRACE and PATIENCE to all those involved in the decision making process.  These are challenging times for our athletic director, coaches, athletes, and their families as many of us, including myself, want nothing more than to have a fall sports season.  Keep doing your part by wearing your mask, washing your hands, and social distance when possible.   And lastly, be kind to one another and pray like heck our players and coaches can make memories this season!
If you have any questions, please reach out to me:  amanda.anspaugh@nwschools.org
Thank you,
Coach Anspaugh