It was another incredible May Fire! tournament.
For the third year in a row the tourney – which is the best doubles and quads tournament you’ll find in the Midwest – brought dozens of teams and as many spectators to Volleyball Beach. And once again nothing about the tournament failed to impress.
Freddy and I Continue reading May Fire! Recap
The only doubles tournament out at Volleyball Beach is up this weekend – May Fire!
The last couple of years Continue reading It’s Almost Here
On May 16, 2015, the May Fire! beach volleyball tournament returns to Volleyball Beach in Martin City for its third annual run. For those of you not familiar with what May Fire! is you can explain it in one of several words: awesome, incredible, spectacular, inspiring. But my favorite adjective for the experience of the tournament is this one: Continue reading Pretty People Playing Pretty Volleyball
This week was the first week of sand volleyball out at Volleyball Beach for the 2015 Spring season. The weather, while not quite as nice as in years past, was still absolutely spectacular. With highs in the upper-60s or low-70s through most of the week, only after the sun went down Continue reading And We’re Back!
This past weekend was the annual May Fire! tournament out at Volleyball Beach. If you’re not familiar with May Fire! think of it this way – the best beach volleyball players around make their way out to Martin City (south KC) and compete for thousands of dollars in prize money. It’s easily the best beach volleyball you’ll see in the Midwest.
This year was no disappointment. The battles were many, and it didn’t matter which team you were rooting for – you couldn’t help but be impressed when Continue reading May’s on FIRE!
It’s not even May yet and the first charity volleyball tournament out at Volleyball Beach is in the books. The We Dig Sherwood tourney (to benefit the Sherwood Center) was Saturday, and despite the thunderstorms early in the morning it was a success.
Twenty-one teams – 11 competitive and 10 rec – were there to Continue reading First Tourney In The Books
When I set out to write this post I had to pick a title. For the sake of all my readers I refrained from selecting “Oh, the Weather Outside Is Frightful” or something else Christmas-y because a) I’d rather not remind you that as I write this it’s freaking SNOWING, and b) I’m way past the point of using cliches.
OK, number two is Continue reading Back In Season