Welcome to the Apple Valley Volleyball Homepage!
This is the homepage for the Apple Valley Junior Volleyball Club and the Apple Valley High School Girls Volleyball Boosters. Together we refer to ourselves as Apple Valley Volleyball, or AVVB.
June 26, 2015
Apple Valley Volleyball players Julia Running and Abby Loe, both rising juniors, played this past week with their club team, Northern Lights 16 White, at AAU Girls National Volleyball Championships in the 16 Classic division. There were 152 teams in this division, and NL 16 White advanced to the championship match where they lost in three sets (17-25, 25-18, 10-15) to the #1 seeded team from Sports Performance (Chicago area). NL 16 White finished with a record of 12-2. In addition, Abby was named to the 16 Classic Division All-Tournament Team.
Lexi Kingsley, a rising senior at Apple Valley, also played at AAU Nationals with her club team, Kokoro 17-2, which finished with a record of 8-5 and 34th place of 85 teams in the 17 Classic Division. Colleen Moore, a 2015 graduate of AVHS, played for the M1 18-1s in the 18 Open Division. After a rough start, the M-1 18-1s finished with a 5-7 record, good for 33rd place of 39 teams in the toughest division for the 18's age group. Devan Miliner, another 2015 graduate of AVHS, played for the M1 18-2s in the 18 Classic Division. The M-1 18-2s finished with a 5-5 record in 48th place of 56 teams. Hannah Spektor, an Apple Valley coach, led the M1 17-2s in the 17 Club Division.
If you played at AAU's or USAV Nationals and weren't included in this story, please contact the webmaster and give him the details.
A Word for All AVHS Volleyball Players: Grass!
June 23, 2015
Volleyball nets will be set up on the AVHS lawn along Hayes Road every Tuesday and Thursday at 11:15-12:30. All girls interested in playing volleyball at AVHS for the 2015 season are welcome!
AVVB 2015 Summer Volleyball Camps
April 29, 2015 (Updated June 24)
The AVHS volleyball coaching staff will hold summer volleyball camps in 2015 for youth and high school players July 13-16. There will be three sessions — one for high school players entering grades 9-12 in the morning from 8am-noon, one for youth players entering grades 7-8 in the afternoon from 1-3:30pm, and one for girls entering grades 3-6 from 1-2:30pm.
High school and middle school volleyball players might also consider other summer programs at AVHS like the strength and conditioning program.