Tournament Champions

CPYVL Spring League
Bracket Champion Runner Up
3-4 Boys Rec Sycamore Vincent 3-4BR Game 5 Winner
3G Group A White Oak Hornbach 3GR Game 5 Winner
3G Group B Kings Krusling 3GR Loveland Ferris 3GR
3G Group C Lakota East Wagner 3GR Game 4 Winner
3G Group D Game 3 Winner Milford Brandstetter 3GR
4G Group A White Oak Dipzinski 4GR Lakota East Rom 4GR
4G Group C White Oak Schmid 4GR Batavia Smith 4GR
4G Group D Madeira Blessing 4GR Game 5 Winner
4G Group E Waldorf Larbes 4GR Madeira Kramer 4GR
5-6 Boys Group A Game 5 Winner Milford Brocki 5-6BR
5G Ath White Oak Mangold 5GA LAVA Zink 5GA
5G Group A Milford Smith 5GR Game 6 Winner
5G Group B White Oak Menninger 5GR Game 4 Winner
5G Group C Kings Neff 5GR Batavia Hayes 5GR
5G Group D Game 4 Winner Oak Hills Lorenzo 5GR
5G Group E Game 3 Winner Little Miami Carter 5GR
6G Group A White Oak Williams 6GR Game 5 Winner
6G Group B Milford Shifflett 6GR Kings Cukovecki 6GR
6G Group D Lakota East Karuppan 6GR Game 4 Winner
6G Group E Waldorf Davis 6GR Game 4 Winner
7-8 Boys Group A Anderson Township Young 7-8BR Loveland McWaters 7-8BR
7-8 Boys Group B Sycamore Graulty 7-8BR Game 4 Winner
7-8G Group A White Oak Dietrich 7-8GR LAVA Shirk 7-8GR
7-8G Group B Oak Hills Streicher 7-8GR Milford Kline 7-8GR
7-8G Group C LAVA Smallwood 7-8GR Oak Hills Frey 7-8GR
7-8G Group D Finneytown Zerkle 7-8GR Game 4 Winner

May 19th Update: The spring 2024 season is now a wrap! Thank you to all of our volunteer coordinators and coaches who pour so much time and effort into this league. We hope everyone has a great summer and we'll see in for our fall season which starts the last weekend in August.

Important Info

 

Please use our Communication Form to communicate with the league. You can ask questions, share a positive experience, and report incidents of misconduct. By using the form, your questions will be routed to the appropriate people which will result in a quicker response to your questions and resolution of your issues!

Communication Form

The coach of the winning team is responsible for reporting the score of the match within 48 hours of the match being played.  Coaches can access score reporting from several places:
  • Report Scores menu option on the Portals->Coach menu
  • Report Score box in upper right corner of Coach Portal
  • Subscribe to Score Reporting Notifications and receive email with link on game day

    Scores can be entered and later updated using the email link. Scores can be entered and also re-submitted for up to 30 days on the Report Scores page

  • Jan 24 League Meeting

    Mar 1 Team Registration Opens

    Mar 15 Gym Availability Due

    Mar 15 Team Registrations Due

    Mar 16-17 Preseason Tournament

    Mar 29 Schedules Available

    Apr 4 Rosters and Waivers Due

    Apr 5 Opening Weekend

    May 12 Regular Season Ends

    May 17-19 Tournament

    May 8 League Meeting

    July 22 Team Registration Opens

    July 28 Gym Availability Due

    July 28 Team Registrations Due (all grades)

    Aug 10 Coaches Clinic

    Aug 11-15 Coordinator Schedule Review

    Aug 16 Schedules Available

    Aug 17-18 Pre-Season Tourney

    Aug 23 Rosters and Waivers Due

    Aug 25 Opening Weekend

    Oct 6 Regular Season Ends

    Oct 11-13 Tournament (all teams)

  • 3rd-12th grade teams
  • 10 game schedules
  • All grades girls rec divisions
  • Rec teams grouped by location
  • 5th, and 6th girls athletic divisions
  • 3rd/4th, 5th/6th and 7th/8th boys rec divisions
  • League schedules all games
  • League manages/assigns refs
  • Games at member gyms
  • Post-season tournament
  • $105 per team + ref fees
  • ALL parents/guardians must fill out the CPYVL Liability Waiver form for each of their children once per school year. Players will not be allowed to participate in league games until the waiver has been submitted. THIS DOCUMENT MUST BE FILLED OUT BY A PARENT/GUARDIAN, NOT THE COORDINATOR

    If you create a user account before you fill out a waiver form, you can view and edit your form from your Subscriber Portal. You must be logged into the web site when you fill out your waiver form to take advantage of this.

    Liability Waiver Form

    Please click on the PDF icons below to familiarize yourself with the rules for our girls volleyball leagues.

    League Rules (updated 4/30/24)

    Coach Codes of Conduct

    Parent Codes of Conduct

    Player Codes of Conduct

    Tournament Schedule Now Available

    5/15 Update:  The championship match for the 3-4 Boys Rec bracket will now be played at 2pm instead of 3pm as originally scheduled.

    The tournament schedule has been released!  Please check the brackets to determine your schedule for tournament weekend.  All match times are final.  Tournament schedule is also available from the Schedule menu.

    Here are a few notes about the tournament:

    1. Seeding and bracket assignment were done based on scores reported by 8am on Monday (5/13).  We seed teams mostly by winning percentage and head-to-head (if applicable) is used  to break ties between teams with identical records.  Any scores reported or changed after 8am on 5/13 were NOT taken into consideration.
    2. Forfeits wins/losses are generally not taken into consideration when seeding as they don't provide helpful information to determine strength of a team.
    3. Coordinators, please check your gym schedule.  Some changes have been made since the preliminary gym assignments were shared last week.
    4. Individual medals are awarded to all players on the 1st and 2nd place team in each bracket

    Coaches, please note that as during the regular season, you must pay the referee (same rate as regular season) and provide one line judge.  If the tournament host does not provide a scoreboard operator, the home team should provide someone to perform this duty.

    As a reminder, tournament matches end after one team wins two sets so if a team wins the first two sets, a third set is NOT played.  Please keep this in mind in regards to playing time rules.

    Check out the links below.  You can also access this tournament information from the Tournament option on the Schedule menu.  An easy way to find which bracket your team is playing in is to go to the Find My Bracket link and enter the last name of your coach.

    Find My Bracket  Physical Bracket  Schedule by Bracket  Schedule by Gym 


    Spring League Meeting

    Thank you to those coordinators who attended our league meeting on May 8th. Detailed notes were sent to all coordinators later that evening, but here are a few of the important decisions made in that meeting which will be implemented starting with our fall 2024 league.

    1. In order to help coaches with the playing time requirement, all 3rd and 4th grade rec (boys and girls) matches will play the 3rd set to 25.  This is on a trial basis and we will discuss in our January meeting if we want to make this a permanent rule.
    2. Due to disparity in skill level at this age, we will offer an athletic and a rec division for 7th/8th grade boys starting this fall.
    3. To clarify the use of a libero for those divisions that are allowed to use one, a team can use at most one libero per set.  A single uniform CAN be used for the libero position for an entire match (switching from player to player).  We ask that this be made clear to the referee before the start of the match. (this is simply a clarification and also applies to the current spring league)
    4. We will offer a 7th/8th grade girls athletic division for spring only starting in spring 2025.
    5. With the growth of our boys divisions, starting this fall, boys must play on boys teams.
    6. We will again be offering a coaches clinic and a preseason tournament this fall, both in August.  Please check the league dates on the front page of the web site for more information.

    About Us

    Amerileagues launched the new Cincinnati Premier Youth Volleyball League in the fall of 2016 to provide a community-based youth volleyball league in the Greater Cincinnati area. We partner with our member organizations to ensure the best possible volleyball experience for the youth of our communities and their families as well as our volunteer coaches. The CPYVL is committed to bringing a positive league experience to all of our members. We are a customer-focused league that is always looking to improve our operations based on the suggestions of our member organizations.