The mission of the Evergreen Region Power League is to create more opportunities for players, coaches, and officials to experience the game at a higher level. The Power League provides a highly competitive format that allows participants to foster the skills and understanding necessary to succeed.
ALL registered teams | January 13, 2019- Qualifying Tournament
Locations: HUB Sports Center & Spokane Valley Schools
U14 & U16 | January 27, 2019
Location: HUB Sports Center
U14 & U16 | February 10, 2019
Location: HUB Sports Center
U14 | March 3, 2019
Location: Mt. Spokane HS
U16 | March 3, 2019
Location: University HS
U14 | Crucible | January 27, 2019 | Central Valley HS
U14| Pete Bell Classic | March 2, 2019 | HUB Sports Center
U16 | Pete Bell Classic | March 3, 2019 | HUB Sports Center
Teams are given points based on their finish in each Power League tournament. These points are added together after each event to determine the overall Power League Champion at the end of the 4 tournaments.
ERVA will be utilizing Advanced Event Systems (AES) to update tournament results throughout the event. This means that you can access the most up-to-date information on your laptop, tablet, or phone!
Power League is a series of 4 tournaments hosted by the Evergreen Region for the U14 and U16 age divisions. The first tournament, held in January will be a seeding/qualification tournament, followed by three more tournaments occurring monthly from January - March. The up or down movement of a team in each tournament will determine their final finish in Power League.
All teams will participate in the ERVA Power League Qualifier on January 13,2019.Teams who do NOT finish in the top 16 will play in the designated alternate tournaments. ERVA has the approval of the designated tournament directors to hold spots in their tournaments for the non-qualifying teams.
In Power League Tournaments, each division will consist of 8 teams. Within each division, teams are snake seeded into 2 pools of 4 teams. Competition includes 4 team pool play followed by single elimination bracket play.
1st and 2nd seeds from each pool will playoff in a 4 team playoff after pool play. 3rd and 4th place seeds from each pool will playoff in a 4 team playoff after pool play.
Teams finishing 1st in the 1st/2nd seed playoff will advance to the next higher division for the next power league date. Example: team finishing 1st in the silver pool 1st/2nd playoffs will move into GOLD division at next power league.
Teams finishing last in the 3rd/4the seed playoff will drop down a division for the next power league date. Example: team finishing last in the Gold pool 3rd/4th playoffs will move down into the Silver division at next power league.
The first tournament in January will be a seeding tournament. The initial tournament seeding will be determined by the ERVA Seeding Committee. The Committee will use the previous season’s Regional Championship results, 2018 Power League Rankings, ERVA Rankings, and contact clubs directly regarding their teams. After the first tournament, the seeding for each Power League tournament will be based on the previous tournament’s results.
ERVA Power League will have its own P.L. ranking to determine seeding for the 3 remaining tournaments, along with determining a Power League Champion.