| ||Practices will continue to be held at Park School during Spring Break. Please check in with your coaches if you are going to miss any practices during this time.|
|GIRLS WEEKLY PRACTICES|
| ||PARK SCHOOL; 2425 OLD COURT RD; 21208|
TAXI SQUAD_TU_6:30-8 // TH 8-9:30
|CONGRATULATIONS BOYS 17s!|
| ||Congratulations to the Time Out Boys 17s for placing first in the 18s division of the Delaware Invitational on December 9. This was the first tournament of the season for the Time Out Boys 16s, 17s, and 18s. The 16s had a roller coaster day and ended up placing 3rd after a 3 way tie for first place, while the 18s sadly had an injury that caused them to lose 2 outside hitters, which kept them from winning more matches.|
|INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY|
| ||If Baltimore County Schools are closed or close early, ALL Time Out VBC practices/events will be cancelled.|
|CONGRATULATIONS BOYS PLAYERS|
| ||Congratulations to the undefeated Loyola Blakefield team for winning their 3rd straight MIAA A-Division championship in an exciting 3-1 match with Calvert Hall. In the B-Division, it was an equally exciting match where the St. Paul's team defeated Boys Latin 3-2. Nineteen players in these matches were alumni of the club including: Loyola's Jake Cohen, Danny Finley, Jameer Green, Brady Harvey, Tim Marsh, Ryan McGarvey, Devin McNamara, Gio Petronelli; Calvert Hall's Ryan Brown, Russell Coulter, Molelo Haddaway-Seame, Ben Harlacher, Andrew Keenan, Chris Mafale, Shane Martin; St Paul's Brendan Connelly, Boys Latin - Avery Engel, Luke Klutz, David Santangelo. These players had a fantastic season and should be proud of their accomplishments.|
| ||Just as necessity is the mother of invention, change is most definitely the vehicle for growth. With that in mind, the changes made this past season for Time Out Volleyball Club were made to provide usage of a upscale facility, foster growth and improvement.|
However, what can appear perfect on paper or sound awesome as a vision can differ drastically when reality enters the picture. Expansion often contains unforeseen pitfalls and, we've had our share in this endeavor.
In a recent recap of the season with former TOVBC staff members, we decided it is in our best interest to return to TOVBC and pursue our club in procedures we are committed to.
|SUMMER 2012 VB CAMP|
| ||Time Out VBC is proud to host its annual SUMMER VB Camp at Kenwood H.S; 501 Stemmers Run Rd; 21221 from August 6th to Aug 9th; 8:30 am to 3:30 p.m.|
Cost is $200 per player; Former Time Out VBC and/or Under Armour Elite players will be allowed a $100 discount, making the total cost for each player $100!
Please see our brochure under 'Handouts' and send in your registration as soon as possible. Each athlete will be given camp T shirts Players are asked to bring plenty of liquids for rehydration and their own lunch/snacks.
Any questions, please contact:
| ||Get one-on-one instruction with our coaches to improve your skills. If you are interested, please contact|
| ||BLACK ICE 16|
for winning the COPPER division of the Girls 15s Regionals Club level on April 9th. Thanks to coaches Laura Norton and Dennis Shields (filling in for Rose Miller) for a great day! Congratulations to the players: Katherine Boggs, Jacquelyn DeLuise, Hannah Dressel, Gia Grimm, Victoria Howell, Bridget McManus, Amanda Rodriguez, Celeste Roland, Rachel Schaefer, Georgie Teuten
BLACK HEAT 15s...
coached by Kelli Wilkinson & Lon Engel for placing 2nd in the Time Out 15s Invitational on April 9th at SPSFG. Way to go...Amanda Blank, Kendall Burdette, Cassidy Crossland, Sarah Dohler, Taylor Gurley, Jillian Randolph, Bianca Tenorio & Shannon Wagner
|CONGRATULATIONS - BLACK BEARs - Boys 15s Regional Champions!|
| ||Congratulations to our Black Bears (also known as Team Curtis) boys team! After a long day, on Saturday, March 26, they won the Regional Championships in the 15s division. This was the culmination of a very successful season for the team. Coached by head coach Jim Jung and assistant Sal Luna, the team was very competitive all year, even when playing in the older divisions. Congratulations to players; Gio Caldamo, John Grotke, Ben Harlacher, Justin Pezzella, Ben Steranka, Scott Swatling, and JJ Wisbeck. Players David O'Malley, Andrew Keenan, Jacob Rombach, and Ben Winslow were unable to attend but were instrumental in this great achievement.|
|BLACK HAWKS - Boys Regionals_2nd Place|
| ||As the Black Bears 16s boys were winning their division at the Boy's 15 Regionals, the BLACK HAWKS were also fighting for the championship on the 17s court. We are proud that they fought hard and brought home the 2nd place honors. Coached by Rob Lewandowski and Dave Prichard, the 7 players attending each excelled. Chris Panzeri and Bosley Jarrett led the team in kills, Kevin Mackey and Shane Martin led in blocks, Zach Rombach led in assists, Aaron Brooks and Tommy Peterson shared the lead in digs and Bosley led the team in passing. Great job guys!|
|CONGRATULATIONS...Black Magic & Black Storm|
| ||BLACK MAGIC 14s finished 1st place at the SMCM tournament held in St Mary's College on March 19th. The team accomplished this tremendous feat with only 8 girls. The girls have had a string of 2nd place finishes so to see them finally win one was a nice change. The team dropped only one set all day, and no team broke 17 points on Black Magic other than the one set they lost. The girls all served and passed quite well, which led them to playing the most consistent volleyball to date.
Time Out 15s BLACK STORM earned Silver in the Club Division of the MVSA's 15 Open/Club on March 27. This team, coached by Dennis Shields and Meghan McDonald, has made tremendous strides this season.
Congratulations to the players – Selden Barroll, Emmie Healey, Shannon Herlihy, Victoria Karayinopulos, Kayla Lari, Ellie Pine, Liza Rodgers, Alison Taggart and Hailey Thrift. “There's a Storm A-Brewin'!”
| ||Time Out Volleyball Club now has its own Facebook page for players & coaches, both current and alumni to post their experience and pictures from current and past volleyball seasons. Have fun sharing your thoughts and comments with fellow Time Out Volleyball Club players and coaches.|
|BLACK ATTACK - AWESOME TOURNAMENT|
| ||Congratulations once again to Black Attack 17 for a great job at their second competition of the season in the NOVA Leap Day 17/18 Tournament yesterday, February 27th. Black Attack, coached by Andy Lalia and Bobby Potestio placed 1st in their pool and placed 2nd overall for the tournament. Way to go, Black Attack!|
|CONGRATULATIONS, Black Attack|
| ||CONGRATULATIONS to Black Attack, coached by Andy Lalia & Bobby Potestio for placing 1st at their very 1st tournament of the season at the Charles Co 17-18s in Waldorf, MD on Saturday, February 19th.|
|BLACK HEAT - GREAT TOURNAMENT!|
| ||Time Out Black Heat, coached by Kelli Wilkinson and Lon Engel competing in their 3rd tournament for the season at the MD JRS Sports Complex on Saturday, February 19th went undefeated at their net and finished 3rd overall out of 11 teams......GREAT WORK, Black Heat!|
|CONGRATULATIONS to our BOYS TEAMS!|
| ||The 3 boys teams hosted the Time Out Invitational on February 12. We are pleased to report that the Black Bears 15's place first in their bracket. On the other court, the Black Out 18's placed second, losing only to NVVA 18's and the Black Hawks 16's was a respectable third place. It was a great day for all players, coaches and family members.|
|BLACK HEAT - SILVER WINNERS!|
| ||Congratulations to the 15's Black Heat team for winning silver medals at the MVSA tournament Sunday at the MD Sports Center on February 6th. They finished pool play 2-1 and were placed in the silver medal bracket where they beat MVSA Fury and MVSA Starz to capture the championship.|
|CONGRATS to our 14s Team; Black Magic|
| ||Time Out Black Magic 14s, coached by Mike Coglan, Amanda Halls and Lauren Tonokawa finished 2nd in the Gold division for Open Teams at the Velocity 13/14 Invitational on February 6th. The girls played great, and even with their 2 losses (they lost to the same team twice, once in pool play and again in the championship, they scored at least 20 points in every set against the team. Girls took home silver medals for their efforts.|
|WAY TO GO, Black Magic!|
| ||CONGRATULATIONS to our 14s team, Black Magic coached by Mike Coghlan, Amanda Halls and Laura Tonokawa for placing 2nd on their net and making it to the quarter finals at their very first tournament at the MD JRS Sports Center on January 16th. The team placed 5th overall in GOLD....an exciting start for one of our youngest teams!|
|AWESOME FIRST TOURNAMENT- BLACK HEAT|
| ||Our 15s team, Black Heat, coached by Kelli Wilkinson and Lon Engel hosted their first tournament on January 15th at SPSFG and placed 1st off their net. They ended up in 3rd place overall losing in the semi-finals against SYAVBC. Congratulations, Black Heat for doing very well at their first tournament of the season!|
|INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY|
| ||ALL practices are cancelled based on Baltimore County's Inclement weather announcements. If BCPS is closing early or closed completely, ALL practices at ALL locations are cancelled.|
|CONGRATULATIONS to our BOYS TEAMS!|
| ||Our Boy's teams are starting out with a bang. Congratulations to the 2 Time Out Boys teams that played in the Delaware Friendly Tournament on Sunday, December 12. A conglomerate of our 16 and 18s teams won the 18s division, beating the Chantilly, VA team in the finals after losing to them in pool play. Joe Frank and Zach Rombach were selected for the all-tourney team, and Duncan Morgen-Westrick was named MVP. Meanwhile, the 15's has a slow start, losing their early matches, but eventually clicked and ended up winning their final 4 matches. Great job guys.|
| ||GET ACQUAINTED NIGHT|
wed nov 7TH; 7PM - 9PM
Parkville Recreation; 8601 Harford Rd; 21234