If you get a chance, stop by the Richmond Volleyball Club at 200 Karl Linn Drive in Henrico, Virginia on Saturday, October 13.
The West End Classic Girls JV Volleyball Tournament will have 24 teams playing on 8 courts, all scored with the Windows version of VolleyWrite!
Chris Wakefield is a long-time VolleyWrite scorer and we are happy to reciprocate some support! Good luck to all the teams involved!
Miami University (Oxford) is hosting the MAC volleyball tournament this year, and they will be scoring with VolleyWrite!
Check out the article about it on Miami’s website and use the links to follow the tournament!
There will be lots of good volleyball happening at Millett Hall at Miami University (Oxford) this weekend! – And lots of scoring done the easy way – with VolleyWrite!
Congrats to all of the Ohio high schools who competed in the final post-season tournament at Wright State University’s Nutter Center, and to Ursuline Academy (D I), Padua Franciscan (D II), Versailles (D III) and New Bremen (D IV) who took home state titles! All matches were scored with VolleyWrite, and this year, as it should have been, there was no excitement except on the court!
And special thanks to the folks behind the scenes, especially at the scoring table scoring with VolleyWrite!
The Ohio High School Boys Volleyball Association is hosting this year’s state tournament at Capital Unversity in Columbus this weekend (6/3 – 6/4)!!!
Jim Hammar will be scoring with VolleyWrite and we will be his backup!
Congrats and good luck to the teams who made it to the tournament:
Div I: Beavercreek, Centerville, Elder, Hilliard Darby, St. Edward, St. Ignatius, St. Xavier and Westerville South
Div II: Alter, Archbishop Hoban, Archbishop McNicholas andDublin Scioto
If you can’t be at the tournament in Columbus, you can follow the action on VolleyTourney, which will have the live scores and automatically updated brackets.
Moeller High School’s JV tournament took place on Saturday, May 7, with two courts in Moeller’s gym and two courts in the gym at All Saints school. Because the space was tight at All Saints, the scoring table was along a back wall at the end of the courts, so it could be used by both courts. This is not optimal, so the students who were keeping score just moved chairs near the standards so they could communicate to the R2. It worked MUCH BETTER!!!
The parents at Moeller are enthusiastic about their roles! This line judge has an official shirt:
Congrats to Archbishop Moeller High School in Cincinnati, Ohio
for winning the Spike 4 Tykes tournament on Saturday, April 23!
The Spike 4 Tykes tournament combined volleyball matches with a
fundraising effort for various Children’s Hospitals in Ohio.
Thank you Capital University for allowing the tournament to take place on your campus and for providing solid, strong internet for our live updates!
Fans getting match info at the Information Station
VolleyWrite was used to score all the matches on all four courts. Better yet, VolleyWrite was connected to www.VolleyTourney.com for live score updates and automatic bracket progression. The fans loved being able to check what was in store for their team and keep up with the action on the other courts.
Just wanted to share a story with you:
We were at the NVVA in Virginia earlier this year. I noticed the up ref getting off the stand during a match so I went over to see if there was a problem with VolleyWrite. The situation was that the coach of the winning team had tried to sub a player into the deciding set of the match, but that player had been exceptionally substituted in the second set. VolleyWrite would not allow the player onto the court. The player using VolleyWrite was actually the libero tracker, and she informed the down ref that the sub was illegal. Neither the adult at the table nor the coach of the team at fault knew the rule, and had insisted that VolleyWrite was wrong. Although her heart was pounding, the tracker stood her ground and made sure the points were removed (four points were scored while she was arguing her point) and the court positions straightened out. She did a great job!