Trabuco Hills League Info
League: South Coast
Aliso Niguel HS
San Juan Hills HS
San Clemente HS
Dana Hills HS
Trabuco Hills HS
Girls Volleyball is a Fall sport and the season is typically 9 weeks long beginning in August and ending in October for Freshmen and JV. Varsity's schedule can be extended for CIF Playoffs.
Playoff Dates ~
CIF Finals (All Divs) ~ * subject to change
State Regional ~
State Championships ~
Our season is comprised of league and non-league matches about 2 days per week. You can find the updated schedule listed on the Game Schedule Page. The matches are played best out of 3 games for JV and Freshmen, and the best of 5 games for Varsity. There are also single day Saturday tournaments and a couple of multi-day tournaments.
At the end of the season there is a Volleyball Banquet to celebrate the accomplishments of our teams and players.
The Trabuco Hills High School Girls Volleyball Program had 4 teams that competed in the Div 1/2 South Coast League.
Junior Varsity (JV)
Southern Section Division 1 is recognized as the most difficult.
Each Sport relies on Fundraising/Boosters and donations to offset the costs associated with the uniforms, equipment, tournament costs, coaches etc.
Player Membership Donations and Spirit Pack Purchase:
Please help keep the volleyball program going strong! Donate today!
The Trabuco Hills High School Women's Volleyball Team Rules covers the rules for the players' behavior on and off the court. The last page is to be signed by the player and the parent and returned to Coach Moot at the beginning of the season.
10 Commandments for
Parents of Athletes
adapted from On the Sidelines by Jon Hellstedt
1, Make sure your kids know that win or lose, you love them and are not disappointed with their performance.
2. Be realistic about your kid’s athletic ability.
3. Talk to your kids and help them set realistic goals.
4. Emphasize improved performance, not winning. Positively reinforce improved skills.
5. Don’t relive your athletic past through your kids.
6. Provide a safe environment for your kid’s training and competition. This includes proper use of equipment and training methods.
7. Control your emotions at games and events. Don’t yell at other players, coaches, parents or officials. If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything.
8. Be a cheerleader for your kid and the other kids on the team.
9. Respect your kid’s coaches. Allow them to do their job. Communicate openly with them (24 hour rule).
10. Be a positive role model for your kid. Participate in sports yourself and live a healthy lifestyle.