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- Pacawa Pounder Volleyball Tournament
Pacawa Pounder Volleyball Tournament
Coed Quads grass volleyball tournament to benefit the Celebrate Plover Foundation. This annual tournament is
held on the soccer fields at Lake Pacawa Park during Celebrate Plover.
-Room for up to 20 nets!
-2 guys and 2 girls, power format (rotate server only)
-A and BB/B Divisions are currently open for signup, pay the day of the event.
-Entry Fee - $100 per team
-Pool play followed by a double elimination tournament.
One half of the proceeds raised will be donated to Celebrate Plover Foundation and the rest will be paid out in cash prizes.
Registration begins at 8:00 am, play begins at 9:00 am.
To register, find the Facebook group Pacawa Pounder / Google form: https://forms.gle/bpo7UAGL7VfryctC9
QUADS TOURNAMENT RULES
Tournament Format: Round robin format with Single Elimination Playoffs.
Scoring: All games will be played using rally scoring.
Playoffs – 1 game to 30 (no cap).
Time and Daylight permitting, we will possibly make the semi finals and finals in each division, play 2 out of 3 games.
If so, the first two games will be to 21 (no cap) and the third to 15 (no cap).
Tips: No open hand tips.
Double Contact: Players may double contact any first ball over (including serves) provided the ball is not held.
Let Serves: Let Serves are NOT legal.
Blocking: A block is not counted as a team hit.
Foot Digs: Foot Digs are legal.
Setting Over: When the ball is set into the opponent's court, the setter's shoulders must be “Squared Up” or Perpendicular to the line of flight of the ball.
Time Outs: Each team is allowed two 30 second timeouts per game. Time out may be called prior to server receiving ball on either side of court between plays.
Side Changes: Teams should switch sides of the court after every 10 points in games to 21 or more, and every 8 points for games to 15.
Footwear: Players may not wear cleats or spikes of any kind. Players may play barefoot.
Forfeit Rule: A 10 minute forfeit rule is in effect.
Coed Rule: There is no coed rule.