The Schedule and locations for the U15 and U14 Power League Seeding Day Tournaments is now available through AdvancedEventSystems.com. Use this link to get to the details: https://www.advancedeventsystems.com/EventResults/(S(ecwmwk453txukbzg0g2linek))/PlayResults.aspx?e=PTAwMDAwMTI0NjM90&d=0
Facility Abbreviations Key
ASC- Academy Sports Center
CJH- Curtis Junior High
CHS- Curtis High School
FPHS- Franklin Pierce High School
KP- Kitsap Pavillion
KWHS- Kentwood High School
LTTF- Lake Tapps Training Facility
SC- Sunrise Courts
WHS- Washington High School
The Three Top Questions Asked about Seeding Day
1. Why don't the top teams play against each other?
Seeding day is the initial sift and sort for the power league season. The top teams can earn their way into the upper flights, but will not face off against each other until the first round of Power League. The goals of seeding day is to get all of the like skill level teams together to enhance the following rounds of the competition for everyone.
2. Why is the format strange, with one set to 25 and best 2/3 to 15?
In previous years the Power League Seeding Day has taken entirely too long. Teams were finishing their competition at 9pm or later in the evening. The decision was made to change the format to shorten the length of the day. With the current format, the early rounds, which should be the more lopsided contests, the one set to 25 accomplishes the sort in less time. The later rounds, which should be more competitive, allow teams more of an opportunity to make adjustments and come back to win a close match in a second or third set.
3. Why is our team in Division 2 of the U14 Power League?
Club directors are given the opportunity to self designate their teams into division 2 prior to the U14 seeding day. This allows inexperienced teams to avoid having to play teams who have been together for longer periods of time and avoid devastating early season losses.