Kla Ha Ya Days 4v4

4v4 Grass Volleyball Tournament
July 12-14 2013
Harvey Field Snohomish, WA
Part of the USA Volleyball Puget Sound Region Summer Championship Series

Click here to Register for the Tournament

Adult Coed Tournament 
Two female players must be on the court at all times
Saturday July 13 10am to 8pm  Semifinals and Finals Saturday Evening on Center Court
Cost: $35 per player ($30 per USAV Member) minimum 4 players per team

U16 and U18 Junior Boys and Girls Divisions 
Friday 12pm to 8pm  Semifinals and Finals Saturday Morning on Center Court
Cost: $100 per team minimum 4 players per team

U12 and U14 Junior Boys and Girls Divisions
Saturday 12pm to 8pm and Finals Sunday Morning on Center Court
Cost: $100 per team minimum 4 players per team

U10 Mini-Volley Division
Sunday July 14 12pm to 5pm  Finals on Center Court Sunday Afternoon
Cost $10 per Player ($10 for USAV Members)
Individual Registration On-Site.  $10 Per Player

March 19-  A grass volleyball tournament has been added to the City of Snohomish Kla Ha Ya Days festivities starting in 2013.  The tournament is planning to feature 4v4 competition for junior and adult divisions on the weekend of July 12-14 and will be part of the USA Volleyball Puget Sound Region Summer Volleyball Championship.  Information and registration is available through Beach.SoundVolleyball.com. 

Beach volleyball is one of the fastest growing sports in America, fueled largely by the success of Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh-Jennings in Olympic Competition.  Kla Ha Ya Days is hoping to tap into both the rapidly growing junior volleyball population in and around Snohomish and the adult population of players that have been left largely without major tournaments to compete in Snohomish County. 

“Kla Ha Ya Days is excited about adding a new iconic event to its Festival schedule that supports the family friendly values of the festival.  We are excited to show off Snohomish to our new visitors.” shared Tammie Isackson, president of Kla Ha Ya Days 

The tournament is planning on having 10 or more courts worth of action each day and each of the age divisions will be featured on the Championship Court for their Semifinals and finals matches.    The goal of the directors is to create a memorable experience and grow the event into a regional attraction similar to the Seaside Volleyball Tournament in Oregon or the Spike and Dig Volleyball Tournament in Spokane. 

“We are excited about the future of this tournament and expect exponential growth in the years to come” 

Registration for the event opens on April 1 through Beach.SoundVolleyball.com