We are looking for a parent from each team to serve as a TEAM COVID COORDINATOR. This is a requirement implemented by the OVR. Due to the pandemic spectator limits have been put in place. This is a position that will serve as a chaperone on the team roster and will be guaranteed admittance. You must be able to attend all tournaments with team. If you are interested please contact Carole for more information.
JUNIOR OFFICIALS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
Participation with a USAV juniors' team involves more than just playing! Players are also part of the officiating crew when their team is assigned as the "work team" for a match. That means various players on each team need to learn how to keep score and/or track the Libero, work as a second referee, as well as work as a line judge. The OVR has a history of well-trained junior work teams. Your cooperation in our Junior Officials Program will help us ensure that we are providing the best support officials for each match.
Through USA Volleyball, the OVR provides a curriculum with online courses to train junior players for each of these support roles. Please review and complete the following curriculum at the following links.
SUDDEN CARDIAC ARREST LAW INFORMATION
The information below pertains to the Sudden Cardiac Awareness (SCA) training now required by Ohio law. The law itself is commonly referred to as "Lindsay's Law". This law applies to all parents, players and coaches that participate in athletic competitions in Ohio regardless of state/country of residence. Please watch the below video link, review handout, complete the signature page and return to coach no later than January 15th.
Hotel rooms have been blocked for the
Queen of the Coasters Tournament.
Please go to hotel page to reserve your room. Deadline is Monday January 18th
For Information pertaining to tournaments go to your team page and click on that specific tournament. It will provide you with venue address, start times, pool play information, etc.
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