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Skills Clinics Cancelled!!!

The skills clinics scheduled for tonight at the armory in Tyrone have been cancelled due to the snow storm.  See you next week!

Horseshoe VBC Tournament Champs

Congratulations to the 12-Kraft team for winning the HVC Tournament championship at St. Francis University on March 17!  Coach Kraft was unable to be with the team for the tournament but was with them in spirit all the way to the final set!

HVC Tournament Champs

HVC Tournament champs at St. Francis University

Ashley Kovel Commits to Washington and Jefferson College

Congratulations to Everett Area High School Senior Ashley Kovel for committing to play volleyball at Washington and Jefferson College in Washington, Pa.!!!

Congrats to the 14-Streilein team for winning the 2/18/18 Slamfest 14u Tournament Championship at West Branch High School!

Slamfest Tournament Champions

Congratulations to the 15-Welty team for winning the Silver Division Championship at the Prez Day Classic at Catasaqua High School!

2/18/18 Prez Day Silver Division Winners

HVC Tuesday Evening Skills Clinics!!!

Starting January 9th there will be skills clinics every Tuesday evening for Horseshoe Volleyball Club members. The cost is $2 per player for an hour and a half session. These clinics will run for 12 weeks through the end of March and will be every Tuesday in that time frame. All sessions will be held at the armory in Tyrone. The address is 926 S Logan Ave, Tyrone, PA.

The following Horseshoe Volleyball Club teams will have their clinic 6:00-7:30pm: 15-Redman, all 14s teams, all 12s/13s teams

The following Horseshoe Volleyball Club teams will have their clinic 7:30-9:00pm:  All 18s teams, all 16s teams, 15-Welty

HVC Uniforms in Hunduras

Former Horseshoe Volleyball Club volleyball players donated their old uniforms to help the missions in Honduras. The Horseshoe Volleyball Club gave the donated jerseys to Mount Aloysius women's volleyball Brianna Baker, who recently went on a mission trip to Honduras. 


Welcome to the Horseshoe Volleyball Club website.  The Horseshoe Volleyball Club was founded by Bob Kasun and Ken Streilein and is in its eighth year of existence.   The purpose of the club is to help raise the level of play of girls volleyball by giving an opportunity for girls to play volleyball in the high school off-season.  It is done by organizing players into teams and playing in tournaments during the club volleyball season.

Teams play in tournaments sanctioned by either the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) or USA Volleyball (USAV).  Tournaments are held on weekends and may be either single-day (Saturday or Sunday), two-day, or three-day events.  The club season begins in January and can extend into June when National competitions are held.  Some of our teams will finish their season in March and others will conclude their season in either April or May.  You can check each teams' schedule by going to their individual pages. 

Check back often during the season as we add updates of teams and players!