Alliance Volleyball League – Locals




March 20th & 21st Tournament

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Tournament Results

As of February 22, 2021


The Alliance Volleyball League is excited to start the season by kicking off the first tournament weekend on January 23rd & 24th. I wanted to take the time to send out a reminder email to ensure that you register your teams so I can get the pools established as soon as possible.

As many of you are accustomed to is the new way, we currently play volleyball. The current site we host is no different. I wanted to be able to send the information out of how the tournament will be run and how spectators will be able to watch.

Location: Forza1 North Volleyball Club, 3008 Inland Empire Blvd., Ontario, CA 91764

Contact: Joe Schnake – (951) 852-4390 *

Teams: All teams will be temperature checked prior to entry. During play, teams will stay on the same side during the entire match. While off, teams are asked to exit to limit the amount of people in the gym. Teams will not ref. At all times in the facility, coaching staff and players must wear mask.

Officials: Referees will be assigned to each court, provided by AVL. There will be a minimum of one referee per court, but we will strive to provide an R1 and R2 on each court. There will be no line judges. The referees will keep score.

Spectators: Unfortunately, we are not permitted to have all spectators in the facility. Forza1 North Volleyball Club is a facility that has roll doors that will be open to allow spectators to view the game. I ask that if your team is not playing, you provide the limited space to the spectators that are currently watching their teams. To help with more viewing, we will allow one (1) parent per team to stream the games. Again, I ask that if your team is not currently playing, please exit the facility. The spectator that will be streaming will need to have their temperature taken

Pool Play: As stated above, teams will not switch sides during game play. I am setting up the tournament in such a way to make play to move quickly and limit exposure. With this format, pools may start in a staggering setup. There will be a guarantee of at least 2 matches for the tournament with no more than 4 matches’ total.

I thank you for your understanding of the rules of the facility and Alliance Volleyball League. AVL takes pride that we are able to allow these local teams and players an outlet to currently play to keep their love of volleyball strong. I look forward to seeing you at the tournament. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact me. Also, if you have not done so, please ensure you register and pay for your team(s) at:


Best Regards,

Joe Schnake

Alliance Volleyball League

(951) 852-4390

Alliance Volleyball League



Girls 2021 Non-Traveling Tournaments
(Hosted at the Forza1 North Volleyball Club facility: 3008 Inland Empire Blvd., Ontario, CA 91764)
Power Division:
This division is designed for teams that have some volleyball experience. The Power Division will have three different age divisions this season.
·      High School (based on high school age and grade)
·      14u(All players that are 14 years old and younger by September 1st of the end of season)
·      12u(All players that are 12 years old and younger by September 1st of the end of season)
Focus Division:
Based on the need, there may be another division we create depending on skill level of teams. The main idea is to ensure that all teams have a fun, yet competitive day of volleyball.
The 1st event of the year will be seeded based on the information that is supplied to us from the club directors. The 2nd event will have the top teams in power pools with all the other teams seeded snake style. In the 3rd event we are going play teams of similar ability and this event will have a modified point system. The 4th and 5th event will have the top teams in power pools with all the other teams seeded snake style. We will always try to separate teams from the same club and teams that you have played in previous events when not in a top pool. The number of high levels pools and teams involved in the top pools will decrease after each event. With the exception of the top pools, there is no difference in playing in the am or pm pools. In the final event of the season you will play teams of similar ability, just as you did in the 3rd event with regular scoring system. The goal of these events is to have diversity in competition and to create a fun and competitive environment.
All of our events will provide, one referee per court. Teams will provide line judges and scorekeepers, as assigned. The facility will open 1 hour before morning wave begin. If you are in a P.M. pool please be aware that the A.M. pool will be wrapping up and cleaning up the camp areas prior to your start time.
About the Alliance Volleyball League Local Tournaments
These tournaments are intended for teams that are looking to develop their skill levels. This series was designed to help provide opportunities for every athlete to be exposed to the sport of volleyball.
How to Enter Teams in Alliance Volleyball League Local Tournaments
Team entries are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. The entry fee is non-refundable if a team does not show up on the day of the tournament without prior notification to the AVL.
As many of you know, there is an overwhelming growth in our sport and I would like to ensure that you have spots in the league for your teams to participate in. This will also allow me to adjust times and dates if there is a high volume of participation. Contact Joe Schnake, Community Outreach Director, at or (951) 852-4390
Alliance Volleyball League Local Tournament Dates
12U   -   January 23rd, February 20th, March 20th, April 24th, & May 22nd
14U   -   January 24th, February 21st, March 21st, April 25th, & May 23rd
High School   -   January 23rd, February 20th, March 20th, April 24th, & May 22nd


Contact: Joe Schnake 951.852.4390