News and Announcements

We hope you had a wonderful (white) holiday with your families. With that said, knowing our players are coming from all over and roads are not great (yet), some people can’t get out yet, and still others were already not planning on practice, we are canceling tomorrow’s practice.
Stay safe, have a happy New Year, and see you Tuesday, January 4 at our regular practice times!

NE 124th St between West Snoqualmie Valley Rd NE & SR 203 is still closed. For more information about other roads that are closed, see the list that follows, off of the King County website, and posted within the past 45 minutes.

Closed – NE 124th St between West Snoqualmie Valley Rd NE & SR 203

Closed – NE 80th St between West Snoqualmie Valley Rd NE & Ames Lake Carnation Rd NE

Closed – NE 100th St from West Snoqualmie Valley Rd NE to NE Carnation Farm Road including 284th Ave NE

OPEN – 308th Ave SE between SR 202 and SE 31st St

Closed – NE Tolt Hill Rd @ 30916

Closed – SE 44th Pl from Preston Fall City Rd SE to end

OPEN – SE Reinig Rd @ 396th Dr SE

OPEN – SE Neal Rd Loop between north end and south end SR 203

OPEN – SE 24th St between 309th Ave SE & West Snoqualmie River Rd SE

Closed – West Snoqualmie River Rd NE between #1550 and NE Tolt Hill Rd

Closed – NE 165th St between 179th Pl NE & 183rd Pl NE

Open – Raging River Bridge – Preston Fall City Road SE between SE 69th St and SE 6500 block

Restricted – SE Lake Walker Road at Coal Creek Bridge

Restricted – S 277th Street between 55th Avenue S & West Valley Highway N

We have had an unprecedented number of registrants for our upcoming tryouts. To ensure your player’s safety and an equitable tryout for all, we are separating the age groups to run two tryouts this Saturday, October 30. This means:
1) Tryouts for 13s will go from 1-2:30, with check in at 12:30 and a very quick parent meeting at 12:45
2) Tryouts for 14s will go from 3-4:30, with check-in for 14s at 2:30 and a very quick parent meeting at 2:45
NOTE: if your player absolutely cannot make the planned age group tryout time, they are welcome to attend the other tryout; just know that we may not have a definitive answer for them until after all tryouts are over.
We apologize for the last-minute change, but the numbers just keep rising and we had to make a decision based on safety and equity. Thank you for your understanding. We are so excited to see your players this Saturday!

Valley View Update : WE ARE RUNNING TEAMS FOR THE 2021-22 SEASON!!!
The Valley View Volleyball Board of Directors met last month to determine our ability to logistically and safely start our volleyball offerings. Based on multiple factors, including gym availability and COVID-19 safety protocols, we are excited to announce that we will be running teams this season, 2021-22!

What Can I Do to Help?
Knowing that VVV is a small, volunteer-heavy, non-profit we need your help! We are looking to build a robust Board of Directors comprised of smaller committees to assist and balance the workload of our volunteer board members. Our current board is a working board meaning that we assume the administrative responsibilities for the organization to keep it running. The board members have the vision to take Valley View to the next level and if you are interested in supporting, brainstorming, networking, empowering, and educating we invite you to inquire about our open positions on the executive board and sub-committees. If interested in Board President or Member-at-large position, please contact Cathy Tiffany at

What happened to USAV Webpoint?
USAV has shifted its membership platform to SportsEngine so all parents/players will have an action item from me. I will be sending out an invitation to join our SportsEngine membership. Parents will create a log-in for all players, so player registrations are now under the parent (not player) email. This allows you to handle your players’ memberships (registrations, upgrades, required training, etc.) all from one platform, regardless of where you land to play.

Yours in Health and Volleyball,
Cathy Tiffany
Club Director
Valley View Volleyball

Cc: Board of Directors
Meisha Robertson, Vice President
Theresa Tenney, Treasurer
Kim Puhrmann, Secretary

USAV has followed the recommendations of the federal government and extended its ban on sanctioning activities though April 30, effectively ending our season. It is with a heavy heart that our Board met last night and decided that we had to call an end to our club’s season.

We feel blessed to have spent as much time as we could with our new and returning players during this truncated season. We thank you for having trusted your player with us this year and hope you will stay in the family next season.

Yours in volleyball,
Valley View Volleyball Club