In it's 6th year, the Border Smackdown International Tournament will welcome boys teams from across Canada and the Western United States to Spokane for a weekend of volleyball action!
The Border Smackdown was created as opportunity to bring together boys teams from around the Pacific NW and the western Canadian provinces, to enjoy high level competitive volleyball. During it's first 5 years of existence, the Border Smackdown was hosted by the Spokane Boys Volleyball Club (SBVC) and it's Director, Roland Madany. SBVC was absorbed by Renovators Volleyball Club in the fall of 2016, but Roland maintains his leadership position within the club, as well as that of Tournament Director for the Border Smackdown. This means that the 2017 competition will hold just as much excitement and passion as the years past, and then some!
17s and 18s teams welcome, submit season record along with registration information for seeding purposes; strong 16s teams will be considered on exception basis, Net 8'
15s and 16s teams welcome, submit season record along with registration information for seeding purposes; strong 14s teams will be considered on exception basis, Net 8'
12s, 13s and 14s teams welcome, submit season record along with registration information for seeding purposes, Net 7'4"
Please email or mail your USAV Webpoint registration roster along with payment to address below.
For each rostered participant please submit the following no later than tournament check-in (Friday evening May 19), preferably sooner to expedite check in:
For each rostered participant, the following will also be required at tournament check in:
To pay by Visa/MC, please contact Barb Anzivino at Spokane Sports Commission, M–F, 9am–4pm. 509.456.5812. This is the preferred method of payment for Canadian teams.
Email roster/forms to: Roland Madany
Or, mail forms and check to:
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