K-8 Girls Volleyball

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    K-8 Girls' Volleyball is a competitive sport where student athletes refine their skills in practices and competition.  Team work, commitment, and dedication to improve throughout the season are nurtured by their coaches.  Many competitive High School Athletes have come out of WESD Volleyball programs.  

    Typical Start Date:

    As soon as school starts

    Typical End Date:



    Practices at the Schools

    The seven K-8 Schools participate in hosting each other and playing away at each others schools for a total of 12 regular season games

    At the end of the season the seven schools are seeded into a District Tournament to play for the Championship.  

    Who Participates:

    Volleyball is a tryout sport,  All who wish to play need to tryout prior to the season.  Tryouts are based on skills of serving, passing, setting, and general game play.  Other factors taken into account during tryouts - grades, behavior, communication, sportsmanship, and good team work.   Typically, teams are made up of 13 athletes.  

    There is a combined 7th and 8th Grade Girls' Team at each K-8 school.    

    Abraham Lincoln, Arroyo, Maryland, Mountain View, Orangewood, Sunnyslope, and Sweetwater 

    Prior training:

    Girls' Volleyball is highly competitive and there are tryouts.  Having previous experience is helpful to making a team.  Anyone interested should practice the fundamental skills.  


    Season Results

    The 2023-24 K-8 School Volleyball Season came to a close on October 5.

    The final results from the Championships were:

    7th/8th Grade K-8 Girls' Team Results

    1st Place - Arroyo

    2023-24 K-8 Girls' Volleyball Champions - Arroyo

    2nd Place - Abraham Lincoln

    2023-24 K-8 Girls' Volleyball Runner up - ALT