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3/25/20 - COVID-19 UPDATE

  • Creating Space Today; Planning For Tomorrow
  • "We will be back in the gym in the near future, and at that point we will train with a new resolve and a new sense of appreciation."

3/3/20 - March 7,8 Tournament Schedules

2/25/20 - February 29, March 1 Tournament Schedules

2/18/20 - February 22,23 Tournament Schedules

2/17/20 - Spring & Summer Training

2/1/20 - President's Day Challenge

1/29/20 - February 1,2 Tournament Schedules


  • Team Landing Page
  • Youth Development (YDT) will form 6 teams with rosters finalized in early December.


Build and reinforce a solid foundation of fundamental volleyball skills. 

  • 5th to 10th grade girls
  • March 13th to May 17th
  • Friday evening and Sunday afternoon
  • Spring Training Page

Summer Volleyball Training

Crossfire Volleyball is revolutionizing the summer training experience by offering quality volleyball training at a great value to accommodate a flexible summer schedule. 

Summer Training Overview Page

Advanced Skills Training - 6th-12th grade girls

Serving & Ball Control Camps - 4th to 8th grade girls

General Skill Camps - 4th to 8th grade girls

General Skill Camps - 9th to 12th grade girls

Registration for summer training opens February 21, 2020


Improve vertical jump, explosive strength, speed, quickness, core, mobility and injury prevention. 

covid-19 response

For the health and safety of our athletes, parents, coaches and staff members, Crossfire Volleyball practices are canceled and our facility will be closed for all training activities until further notice. Beyond the walls of Crossfire Volleyball, our prayers go out to all those in our community and beyond who are directly and indirectly impacted by COVID-19. 

Everyone, including Crossfire, has a role to play to reduce the spread of COVID-19, the flu, or any other communicable illness. This is a cooperative effort between our staff, coaches, athletes and parents. Now, and upon our return to training, Crossfire will take heightened measures to clean the commonly used areas such as meeting rooms, bathrooms, drinking fountains, doorknobs, etc. We will certainly monitor the situation and listen to recommended practices from local and national health organizations, and if it becomes clear we need to take any further action, we will do so. 

Moving forward we will promote the following common sense precautions when at practice or competitive events. Parents, we ask for your cooperation with ensuring your athlete complies with the precautions below. 

  • Please stay home if you experience a fever, cough, shortness of breath, or have become exposed to anyone with a confirmed case of COVID-19.
  • Wash hands before and after practice, and after each match at a tournament. 
  • Bring your own source of water to practice and tournaments. Avoid drinking directly from a fountain. 
  • Do not share water bottles, lip balm, towels, food items, or anything else with team members.
  • Remind players to avoid touching their eyes, nose and mouth.