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McLean-Vienna (MV) Power Boys Volleyball Fall 2013

McLean-Vienna (MV) Power Boys Volleyball Fall 2013

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  1. McLean-Vienna (MV) Power Boys Volleyball Fall 2013 Coaches Coordination Meeting September 13, 2013 **REVISED** Chuck Pruitt, Director, McLean Youth Volleyball Bob Bell, Director, Vienna Youth Volleyball Elaine Chon-Baker, Commissioner, MVPower Boys Volleyball Kevin Rupy, 7th-8th Grade Age Group Coordinator, MVPower Asra Nomani, 4th-6th Grade Age Group Coordinator, MVPower

  2. Welcome and Thank You! • MVPower is 100% volunteer • Introductions: • Name • Child’s Name and School • Which League (4th-6th, 7th-8th) • Coaching/Volleyball Experience • Little Known Fact About Yourself MVPower Boys Volleyball

  3. Vision • Provide boys with an opportunity to learn, play and enjoy volleyball • Open to 4th to 8th grade boys regardless of experience and ability • Promote maximizing ball "touches" as the best way to master volleyball skills • Play league matches as the best way to learn and enjoy the game • Encourage teamwork and good sportsmanship • Play with your friends and classmates • Have fun! MVPower Boys Volleyball

  4. Team Structure • Two Leagues • 4th-6th Grades • Currently 40 players • Target 4-6 teams of 8-10 players • 7th-8th Grades • Currently 25 players • Target 3-4 teams of 8-10 players • Target 2 or more coaches per team Still looking for more players to join the program MVPower Boys Volleyball

  5. Season Structure • Skills Development Clinics • First 2 weeks of program (starting Sept 16) • Establish foundational skills for the playing season • Team Practices • One 90 minute practice during the week • League Matches • One 60 minute match against another league team • Saturdays 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm at Kilmer MS • Friendly Matches • Against Loudoun Youth Volleyball (LYV) Boys • Date and times TBD MVPower Boys Volleyball

  6. Season Schedule MVPower Boys Volleyball

  7. Practice Timeslots MVPower Boys Volleyball

  8. Player Skills Clinics NOTE: New Start/End Times at Oakton ES MVPower Boys Volleyball

  9. Uniforms & Equipment • Team Uniforms • For Players: Quick-Dry shirt (12 per team) • For Coaches: Black polo shirt • Team Equipment • 12 balls, 1 large ball bag and 1 cart • ES = Volley Lite Balls; MS = Standard Balls • Bring balls to practices and matches • Net Systems • Net Heights: ES=7’, MS=7’4” • Treat volleyball equipment with extra care – primarily owned by school • Poles and nets in storage rooms near gyms • Contact school custodian to open locked closets • Stack returned equipment neatly MVPower Boys Volleyball

  10. League Rules for 2013 • Standard FIVB / USA Volleyball rules • Several exceptions to encourage learning • For ol’ schoolers, standard rules now include: • Rally scoring - each serve results in a point • Serves can touch net • Players can touch side of net but not tape • Double-touches on first contact MVPower Boys Volleyball

  11. Service Rules • “Redo” if first serve missed • Only on first attempt in the rotation • No foot faults • Maximum of 5 service wins in a row per server • After 5 consecutive points, service switches to other team without point • ES players can serve 5 feet in from the back line - both underhand and overhand MVPower Boys Volleyball

  12. Scoring Rules • Matches are 3 games to 25 points (win by 2) • Play 3 full games (NOT best of 3) • Winner of 3rd game is team with most points when time runs out • An extra point is awarded for three touches that result in an immediate point: • Discretion of the referee • First 2 touches can be bumps or sets; last touch must be an overhead hit • Extra point only awarded if opposing team does not legally return the ball MVPower Boys Volleyball

  13. Substitution Rules • Use “Continuous Substitution” • Promotes equal playing time • Players on count and bench are one continuous line-up • With each clockwise rotation, two players rotate off the court and two players from bench rotate on to the court • Start each subsequent game with players in the same positions as the end of the previous game Net 5 4 3 6 2 1 7 8 9 10 Server MVPower Boys Volleyball

  14. Match Sequencing • Warm-ups for 10 minutes • Coaches coordinate hitting and serving times • Referee calls for team captains • Flip coin to determine first server and side • Volunteer parents assist referees • Need 1 score flipper and 2 lines judges • 2 minutes between games • Timeouts permitted • Two 30-second timeouts per team per game • Teams shake hands under the net before and after the match • Referees report wins-losses MVPower Boys Volleyball

  15. Head Coach Responsibilities • Instruct players during practices and matches • Communicate and work with your parents • Utilize your parent volunteers as necessary • Create practice plans • Setup and takedown nets • Address special player/parent needs • Bring in Chuck, Asra & Kevin when needed • Motivate and encourage! MVPower Boys Volleyball

  16. Safety Considerations • No water bottles allowed on playing floor – injury hazard • Remove any other potential hazards from the playing area • Encourage players to wear knee pads and court shoes • Do not leave the gym area until all your players have been picked up • Have access to your MVPower Boys Volleyball

  17. Volunteer Building Director • Each MYA Volleyball Coach and select Team Parents must certify as a Volunteer Building Director (VBD) • Required by Fairfax County Neighborhood and Community Services (NCS) for MYA to use school facilities. • Review materials on the NCS VBD website and take the short on-line test • 15-20 minutes to certify • Retake test as often as needed • Forward confirmation email to mcleavb@gmail.com • NCS Inspectors DO visit gyms • Keep an electronic or paper copy of VBD certificate handy whenever using the gym MVPower Boys Volleyball

  18. Other Coaching Considerations • Focus on fundamental ball control skills: serve, pass, set, hit and *movement* • Practices should reinforce these skills • Use drills that encourage as many player “touches” as possible • Simulate game play over the net • Explain to players/parents that the focus is on ball control using multiple touches, not winning as many points as possible through one touch “Ping-Pong” • Promote communications and CHEERING!! • Provide positive feedback • Defer to referees MVPower Boys Volleyball

  19. Coaching Resources • Coaching Supporting materials on the For Coaches page of the MYV website • Skills instruction and diagrams • Sample practice plans • Drills and tactics • Links to videos • Excellent on-line resources • USA Volleyball • Guide for New Coaches • John Kessel’s Volleyball Basics • John Kessel’s Mini Volleyball book (large pdf!) • YouTube videos MVPower Boys Volleyball

  20. What Next? • Finalize teams and pairings of coaches • Identify team practice timeslots • Support as many skills clinics as possible • Rosters and matches posted on the website – Sat Sept 21 • Coaches contact players/parents • Use your MYV login to access your team data and email through the system • Practices can begin the week of Sept 22 • Contact Asra (ES) or Kevin (MS) if you need to reschedule a practice MVPower Boys Volleyball