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Coaches please report scores, with the pursuit of trying to go High School volleyball in the press this is what has been requested from the Philadelphia Inquirer;
Teams can report scores to us at 215-854-4570 or by email at email@example.com. All teams are welcome to report scores and highlights to us, and we'll include the scores and schedules of everyone who reports to us on the scoreboard of our Rally page in the Inquirer and online at Philly.com. We will include some volleyball highlights in our daily roundups when space and time permits.
Volley talk is a free web site on which fans coaches, players and others interested in volleyball post questions and seek comments on many subjects.
On the current list of subjects talked about is :
THE CONCEPT OF GUARANTEED COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS.
I urge you to read the offering from a Commentator called DUMAS on page 3 of the thread.
You owe it to yourself and your child to read and understand the immense misunderstanding about collegiate scholarships.
PLEASE JOIN A CLUB THAT TEACHES, AND INSTRUCTS ON THE WAYS OF PLAYING THE GAME NOT WHAT CANNOT BE PROMISED.
Here is a step by step description of the ranking process:
1. Only best of 5 matches are to be included; abbreviated matches, such as those played in tournaments, are to be excluded.
2. Only best of 5 matches with PIAA schools are to be included ; matches with non-PIAA schools are to be excluded.
3. District One teams that play matches with PIAA teams that are outside of District One, are responsible for obtaining end of season win/loss records of those opponents to have them included in the ranking calculation.
4. The ranking calculation weighs two factors; a team’s season win/loss record, and the pre-district playoff win/loss records of that team’s PIAA opponents (as defined in steps 1-3).
5. An index will be calculated using 55% of a team’s own win/loss record (% matches won/total matches played), added to 45% of the combined win/loss records of its opponents. This formula is designed to reward teams that play competitive schedules.
6. Each District One team will be ranked for district playoffs using the 55/45 index, with the team with the highest total index ranked first, the team with the second highest index ranked second, and so on until all available seeds are determined.
In Addition to reporting your score to the local media and the District tabulator please take a minute and add your scores to the Automated Rankings results site. Click here to take you there.
It's very easy to do, just make sure you enter the correct date, home and away teams. This will give us a more accurate picture of the results for ranking purposes.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 9/22/2016
Spikes at Night – Under the Lights
Pennsylvania’s First Outdoor Volleyball Match to Support Breast Cancer Programs
Downingtown, PA: The Bishop Shanahan High School Volleyball Team is hosting their annual “Go Pink or Go Home” volleyball match on Saturday, October 1, 2016. New to this year, the match will be held on Bishop Shanahan’s Turf Stadium, under the lights, making this the first Outdoor Girl’s High School Volleyball Match in Pennsylvania. Prior to the Varsity team taking the court at 7:00 p.m., the Junior Varsity team will play at 5:30 p.m. and the All-Stars from CYO Region 17 will take the court at 4:00 p.m. A five-dollar donation will be collected at the door and the evening will feature raffles and giveaways. Attendees are encouraged to wear their pink while they watch the girls compete on the court. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Unite for HER organization.
The Lady Eagles will face Ches-Mont League opponent, West Chester Rustin, on Saturday evening. Bishop Shanahan has been District 1 AAA Champions in 2006, 2009, 2012 and 2015 and 2009 PIAA AAA State Champions. They are currently undefeated in their 2016 regular season with winning six matches.
About Unite for HER: Since 2009, Unite for HER’s focus has been to bridge the gap for breast cancer patients who are focusing on wellness programs that educate, empower and restore. They state their mission is to: bridge the gap between the medical and wellness communities by funding and delivering complementary therapies that support the physical and emotional needs of those with breast cancer during treatment and beyond. We educate women and the community about the role of healthy lifestyle choices in the prevention of disease and the promotion of wellness.”