Athletics

Athletics

We have a strong tradition of athletics at PCS.  We have an intramural program that runs for students in grades 4-8 where participation is the main goal.  We also have competitive teams that compete against other area Christian schools.  These teams are generally reserved for students in grades 7 and 8 with some exceptions.  We are proud to offer Cross Country Running, Soccer, Hockey, Volleyball, Basketball, Track and Field and Baseball.

HDCH Elementary School Invitational

Volleyball Tournament

Tuesday, November 7

 

Volleyball Schedule – Girls Division @ Redeemer

Site Convener:  Anna Hartman

 

Pool A Pool B Pool C
Brantford Stoney Creek Jarvis
Rehoboth Providence B Providence A
Hamilton B Hamilton A BCA

 

Time Court 1 Court 2
8:30am Rehoboth vs. Hamilton B Hamilton A vs. Stoney Creek
9:15am Rehoboth vs. Brantford Providence A vs. Jarvis
9:55am Providence B vs. Stoney Creek Jarvis vs. BCA
10:35am Hamilton A vs. Providence B Hamilton B vs. Brantford
11:15am Jarvis vs. Providence A   (first open court)
11:55am Friendly

3rd Pool A vs. 3rd Pool B

Friendly

#1. 1st vs. 2nd

12:40pm Friendly

3rd Pool B vs. 3rd Pool C

Quarterfinals

#2. 3rd vs. 6th

1:30pm Friendly

3rd Pool C vs. 3rd Pool A

Quarterfinals

#3. 4th vs. 5th

2:20pm Semifinals

#4. 1st vs. Lowest seed

Semifinals

#5. 2nd vs. 2nd lowest seed

3:15pm Friendly

#6. Loser #2 vs. Loser #3

Friendly

#7. Loser #4 vs. Loser #5

3:30pm Finals @ HDCH

Winner #4 vs. Winner #5

 

 

  • 3-3 warmup before each team’s first match.  This includes serving.
  • Each pool play match and each Friendly will be two sets to 25pts, 27pt cap.
  • Times are just estimations – we will play ahead of schedule if possible.
  • Play-offs – best 2 of 3, first two sets 25 pts, 27pt cap, third set 15pts, no cap
  • A team will not play another team from their pool in the quarterfinals or semifinals.  Match ups will be adjusted if necessary.

 

HDCH Elementary School Invitational

Volleyball Tournament

Tuesday, November 7

 

Volleyball Schedule – Boys Division @ HDCH

Site Convener: Grace Dekok

 

Pool A Pool B
Rehoboth BCA
Hamilton B Brantford
Stoney Creek Jarvis
Providence Hamilton A

 

Time Court 1 Court 2
8:30am Rehoboth vs. Hamilton B Stoney Creek vs. Providence
9:15am BCA vs. Brantford Hamilton A vs. Jarvis
9:55am Rehoboth vs. Stoney Creek Hamilton B vs. Providence
10:35am BCA vs. Jarvis Hamilton A vs. Brantford
11:15am Hamilton B vs. Stoney Creek Rehoboth vs. Providence
11:55am Brantford vs. Jarvis BCA vs. Hamilton A
12:40pm 1st A vs. 4th B 1st B vs. 4th A
1:30pm 2nd A vs. 3rd B 2nd B vs. 3rd A
2:20pm Semifinals Semifinals
3:20pm Boys Finals Girls Finals

 

 

  • 3-3 warmup before each team’s first match.  This includes serving.
  • Each pool play match will be two sets to 25pts, 27pt cap.
  • Times are just estimations – we will play ahead of schedule if possible.
  • Play-offs – best 2 of 3, first two sets 25 pts, 27pt cap, third set 15pts, no cap

General Information and Rules for the Tournament

 

    • We will be using the “HDCH Version” of Triple Ball for this tournament.  Please see the Triple Ball Rules sent to you.
    • Warm Up:  There will be a 3-3 warm up (including serving) before each team’s first match of the day.
    • Both divisions will play a round robin within their pool.  In the boys side, all teams make play-offs which will consist of quarterfinals, semifinals and finals.  On the girls side, the top two in each pool qualifies for play-offs.  3rd place teams in each pool will play a round robin of friendly matches.  
    • Boys and Girls Division Rankings in pools will be determined in the following order
      • Most sets won
      • Head to head
      • Best plus/minus among tied teams
      • Best plus/minus overall
      • Coin Toss
    • Girls Division – The first place teams in each pool will be ranked 1-3.  The second place teams in each pool will be ranked 4-6.  The rankings across pools will be determined in the following order:
      • Most sets won
      • Best plus/minus overall
      • Best plus/minus against the other qualifying team in pool.
      • Coin Toss
      • **If the rankings matches up teams from the same pool in quarterfinals or semifinals, the match ups will be adjusted so this does not happen.
    • Play-offs are best 2 out of 3.
      • First two sets are to 25pts, 27pt cap.
      • Third set is to 15pts, no cap.
    • Two time outs per team per set.  They are one minute each.
    • At HDCH the players serving may take one step into the court.  
    • At Redeemer, the servers may not step into the court.
    • The HDCH cafeteria will be open for food purchase.
    • There is a William’s Coffee Pub available for food at Redeemer
    • T-shirts for the winning teams.

 

  • Please remember that we have student volunteers reffing.  We encourage all teams to respect everyone in the tournament.

 

Bowmanville Tournament

We are very excited to be able to attend the Bowmanville Invitational Volleyball Tournament. The tournament is an over-night tournament on Friday, November 10 and Saturday, November 11.

We will leave school at 12:00 noon on Friday.  Students will eat their lunch before we leave. We will go directly to the hotel in Bowmanville.  The tournament starts at 4:00 p.m. Friday and plans to be over by 4:00 p.m on Saturday.  When we are done is determined by how we place as a team and how well the tournament stays on schedule.   We will have all athletes phone home on Saturday when we are on our way home.  Please have someone available to pick your child up at the school if necessary.

We will be staying at a hotel for Friday night.  Traditionally we have had chaperones in each room with the students.  That will continue to be how we operate unless it is your preference to have your child in a room without an adult. (Please notify the school is this is your preference). We are in need of parents to drive and chaperone.

Providence has covered the cost to enter the tournament, but students are responsible for the cost of the hotel and their meals.  We will visit Boston Pizza on Friday evening after our games for a late night pizza snack and some team bonding.  The school will cover the original cost of the hotel and the visit to Boston Pizza.  The cost for the accommodations and Boston Pizza will be passed on to the athletes when we return from the tournament as we do not yet know the exact cost.

We will be at the tournament for three meals; Friday dinner, Saturday breakfast, and Saturday lunch.  Saturday breakfast will be free at the hotel.   The athletes are expected to pay for their own meals and necessary snacks.  We would love to have a healthy prepared light dinner on Friday for both the boys and girls.  If you can help us out please let us know.  

We will pass on to you more information closer to the tournament, including schedules and all the necessary contact numbers.

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