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15429 14th Ave. Ct. E.
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98445

 
Spanaway VBC: Team Practices
Spanaway VBC

Psalm 18.32
It's about the journey, more than the destination!
It all begins right here in practice, ladies and gentlement.  Most people think tournaments begin on game day.  But they are grossly mistaken.  How we practice, is how we will play at tournaments.  How we prepare and perform in our practices is how we have prepared for our tournaments.  Although minor adjustments can be made at tournaments, the die has already been cast, the course already set in our practices.  Game day begins at practice and our decisions in practices have predictable consequences at tournaments.  What we accomplish in our practices, is what we can expect to accomplish at our tournaments.  Make no mistake, the efforts we put into our practices will prove or bear itself out at all our tournaments.  Come prepared and ready to give your very best efforts at all our practices.  And as we're giving our very best efforts, remember that above all, all knowledge comes from God, as do our gifts and talents.  And to achieve everything in our own strength and know-how, is to fall far short of what is possible with and through the favor and grace of our heavenly Father. "For it is God who empowers us with everything we need to abundantly succeed, making our way, our journey, easy and pleasant, free of all obstacles, blameless, prosperous and perfect."   The very best awaits you in the 2015 season ladies and gentlement, both on and off the court!  Have no fear, go Power Surge!!!

The Time is Now
Thursday, March 26
Power Surge Ball Control Hall of Fame

Power Surge Ball Control Specialist (BCS)
 Hall of Fame


     1.  Alex Tuilaepa - 2010
     2.  Vallerie Noa - 2013
     3.  Vallerie Noa - 2014
     4.  LeeTana Lizama - 2014
     5.  Jacob Ruley - 2014
     6.  Haylee Nikolai - 2014
     7.  Eliana Lutero - 2014
8.  Abby Middleton - 2015
9.  Vallerie Noa - 2015
10.  Shalori Tauaefa - 2015

Throughout the club season, we train and test all our players on their ball control skills by routinely running them through a battery of ball control drills and exercises.  Our program is built, in large part, on a series of individual and team ball control exercises, because we firmly believe that the team that best controls the ball, will control the game.  And whoever controls the game, will win.  The players who make our BCS Hall of Fame, are the rare individuals who have mastered the current series (currently 7 drills, 50 repetitions each) of individual ball control exercises on the last day of practice.  This once-a-year BCS test is very unforgiving.  If you fail one repetition, you fail the drill.  And if you fail any particular drill, you fail all the drills and consequently you are done for the year.  The next opportunity won't present itself until the following year.  On the other hand, if you complete all 50 repetitions for all 7 drills, one right after the other on final exam day, you get to join this list of the most elite, rare, and extraordinary players in Power Surge history.  We have had many outstanding players over the years, but only these players have successfully completed this truly extraordinary feat.  They definitely stand head and shoulders above all the rest.  A hearty and well-deserved congratulations ladies and gentlemen!!!



Wednesday, July 1
July 2015 Practice Schedule

Starting in July, we will continue to practice indoors as well as outdoors on grass and on sand.  Our grass surface practices will be at Spanaway MS (baseball field), and our sand surface practices will be at Sunnyside Beach Park in Steilacoom.  

Playing outdoors on sand and grass is very challenging in many ways.  The game outdoors is affected by the weather, the shifting and unpredictable wind, the sun, the shadows if any, and the unevenness and texture of the grass and sand surfaces.  But all these challenges force us to focus more, read-move-and-anticipate more, and track the ball more carefully and more attentively.  You cannot space, not even for a moment, once the ball is put in play. 

If you're having mobility issues now, wait till you get on sand.  If you haven't been reading the hitter well, you will learn to read the hitter a lot better after playing oudoors.  This is what our summer league program encompasses in July, indoor as well as outdoor play on grass and sand. 

Be sure to bring lots of water to stay hydrated, use the bathroom before coming to our outdoor practices, and bring sand shoes or sox to play on the hot sand.  On grass, you might want to wear an old pair of court shoes.  Outdoors is full of fun, but it is also a time to hone our ball control and reading skills, practice using our peripheral vision more, and play some very smart ball. 

Tue Jul 7, 2015
     6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, Ct1:  Edge - Ball Control School & Summer League

Thu Jul 9, 2015
     6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, Ct1:  SMS/Grass - Ball Control School & Summer League

Sat Jul 11, 2015
     11 AM to 1 PM, Ct1:  
Sunnyside Beach Park, Steilacoom - Ball Control School & Summer League


Tue Jul 14, 2015
     6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, Ct1:  Edge - Ball Control School & Summer League

Thu Jul 16, 2015
     6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, Ct1:  SMS/Grass - Ball Control School & Summer League

Sat Jul 18, 2015
     11 AM to 1 PM, Ct1:  
Sunnyside Beach Park, Steilacoom - Ball Control School & Summer League
Tue Jul 21, 2015
     6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, Ct1:  Edge - Ball Control School & Summer League

Thu Jul 23, 2015
     6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, Ct1:  Edge - Ball Control School & Summer League

Sat Jul 25, 2015 - No Practice, Rest up for the final push on Monday Jul 27th. 


Sat Aug 1, 2015 - Summer League banquet/barbecue at Sunnyside Beach Park.
     11 AM to 2 PM, Final summer hoorah for players and their families.  Bring a covered dish and your own drinks. 






2015 Power Surge Summer Leaguers
It Must be the Power Surge Ladies of Summer League!
Tuesday, June 2

June 2015 Practice Schedule

All practices are at Spanaway Middle School, 15701 B Street E., Tacoma, 98445, unless otherwise noted.  We are allowed into the gym 15 minutes prior to our start time so please be there 15 minutes early, help setup and get ready for practice.  If the equipment is not there, team captains start your warm up.


Tue Jun 2, 2015 
      6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, Ct1:  Sons of Power Surge
      6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, Ct2:  Ball Control School/Summer League

Thu Jun 4, 2015
      6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, Ct1:  Sons of Power Surge
      6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, Ct2:  Ball Control School/Summer League
Tue Jun 9, 2015
      6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, Ct1:  Sons of Power Surge
      6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, Ct2:  Ball Control School/Summer League

Thu Jun 11, 2015      
     6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, Ct1:  Sons of Power Surge
     6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, Ct2:  Ball Control School/Summer League
Tue Jun 16, 2015 -  Starting today, most practices will be at Edge Fitness, 3601 9th St. SW, Puyallup 98373.  Edge Fitness also known as Competitive Edge. 
     6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, Ct1:  Edge Fitness - Ball Control School & Summer League

Thu Jun 18, 2015      
     6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, Ct1:  Edge Fitness - Ball Control School & Summer League


Tue Jun 23, 2015
     6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, Ct1:  Edge - Ball Control School & Summer League

Thu Jun 25, 2015
     6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, Ct1:  Edge - Ball Control School & Summer League

Sat Jun 27, 2015
     11 AM to 1 PM, Ct1:  Sunnyside Beach Park, Steilacoom - Ball Control School & Summer League


Tue Jun 30, 2015  
     6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, Ct1:  Edge - Ball Control School & Summer League

Thu Jul 2, 2015  - Starting in July, we will continue to practice indoors as well as outdoors on grass and on sand.  Our grass surface practices will be at Spanaway MS (baseball field), and our sand surface practices will be at Sunnyside Beach Park Steilacoom.  Playing outdoors on sand and grass is very challenging in many ways.  The game outdoors is affected by the weather, the shifting and unpredictable wind, the sun, the shadows if any, and the unevenness and texture of the grass and sand surfaces.  But all these challenges force us to focus more, read-move-and-anticipate more, and track the ball more carefully and more attentively.  You cannot space, not even for a moment, once the ball is put in play.  If you're having mobility issues now, wait till you get on sand.  If you haven't been reading the hitter well, you will learn to read the hitter a lot better after playing oudoors.  This is what our summer league program encompasses in July, indoor as well as outdoor play on grass and sand.  Be sure to bring lots of water to stay hydrated, use the bathroom before coming to our outdoor practices, and bring sand shoes or sox to play on the hot sand.  On grass, you might want to wear an old pair of court shoes.

     6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, Ct1:  Spanaway MS (SMS)/Grass - Ball Control School & Summer League

 


 




 
 
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