We assign Adult, High School and Elementary officials.
High school rates (set by London) now are $75 (up from $64) for 5 sets. (afternoons mostly)(less 5%)
Last years Adult League Officials rates (per 5 set match less 10%)
A Division $60, B1 Division $55, B2 Division $50, C Division $45, D1 Division $42.50, D2 & D3 Division $40, D4 Division $37.50, E Division $35.
Adult League requires ref to set up nets and supervise take down. (evenings)
New Adult League Fall 2019 officials game rates
A Division $64, B1 Division $60, B2 Division $55, C Division $50, D1 Division $45 D2 & D3 Division $42.50 D4 & E Division $40
Please contact Jody Timpany if interested in becoming an official.
New Adult League official's pay rates for January 2020 (now raised again!)(C-D4 $50!)
A Division $64, B1 Division $60, B2 Division $55, C-D4 Division now $50
increase from fall rates D1 up $5 D2 & D3 (up $7.50) D4 (up $10)
"A" Division quarter finals
5th seed Team Sara def. 4th seed The Collective 25-22, 25-23, 21-25, 25-20
Moose Knuckle's def. Shank & Spank 25-19, 25-18, 24-26, 21-25, 17-15
Notorious DIG def. Sara 25-14, 25-16, 25-22
Shank & Spank def Sara 21-25, 25-18, 25-19, 15-25, 15-10 for 3rd
Moose Knuckles def. Notorious DIG 25-22, 25-22, 25-23 for 1st
B1 Divsion semi finals
Team Comeback def. Good Lookin 3-1
Hungry Thunder Bums def. Blocking Ball Hogs 3-2
Good Lookin def. Blocking Ball Hogs 3-1 for 3rd
Hungry Thunder Bums def. Team Comeback 3-0 for 1st
B2 Division semi finals
The Deers def. Can't Dutch This 22-25, 25-21, 25-20, 25-21
Spike Punch def. Unprotected Sets 25-21, 25-22, 23-25, 25-18
Can't Dutch This def. Unprotected Sets 24-26, 20-25, 25-15, 25-20, 15-10 for 3rd
Spiked Punch def. The Deers 14-25, 25-18, 26-24, 23-25, 15-10 for 1st
C Division Semi finals
Kelsey's def Practice Safe Sets 25-9, 25-16, 17-25, 25-27, 15-7
Vance def. Let's Talk About Sets 25-16, 25-20, 25-21
Practice Safe Sets def. Let's Talk About Sets 0-25, 25-21, 25-16, 25-20 for 3rd
Vance def. Kelsey's 25-19, 25-17, 25-21 for 1st
"D1" Division semi finals
1st seed I'd Hit That def. 4th seed Ramrod 25-22, 25-18, 22-25, 25-10
2nd seed Hardwood def. 3rd seed Married to Teachers 25-20, 26-24, 25-19
1st seed I'd Hit That def. 2nd seed Hardwood 21-25, 25-18, 25-13, 25-13 for 1st
3rd seed Married to Teachers def. 4th seed Ramrod 25-14, 25-22, 23-25, 24-26, 15-7 for 3rd
D2 Division semi finals
Schweddy Balls def. The Brave Diggers 25-18, 25-23, 25-23
Charles Dickens def. That's What She Said 19-25, 25-14, 25-20, 28-26
That's What She Said def. The Brave Diggers 25-21, 26-24, 17-25, 25-15 for 3rd
Charles Dickens def. Schweddy Balls 25-23, 25-19, 25-17 for 1st
D3 Division semi finals
Inline Fence def. Charles Dickens IV 3-0
Golden Eagles def. 4th Hit Dives 3-0
D4 Division semi finals
You’ve Been Served def. Riff's Music Lounge 3-0
I’d Hit That def. Find The Hole 3-2
Riffs Music Lounge def. Find The Hole 3-0 for 3rd
I’d Hit That II def. You've Been Served 3-0 for 1st
E Division semi finals
Sloppy Sets 3rd
Attack Pack def. Bumping Uglies 3-1 for 1st
Registration for Winter 2020 Youth House League opened Dec 4th!
The Woodstock Warriors 14U team starts their season this Saturday in the 15U Select Division at a tournament in Windsor.
The Warriors 14U will have their first 14U tournament on Nov 23rd at the University of Guelph. Warriors are in Select Division (top 18) which is the highest in Ontario. Woodstock is by far the smallest city of the 140 team in the elite tournament!
The Woodstock Volleyball Club AGM tentative date will be Aug 28th, 7 pm, Cowan Park Hall.
The Woodstock Warriors 14U after a rough start to the season finished 5th in Trillium (lowest division) and were ranked 86th in Ontario. Then the Warriors 14U started to climb winning the 2nd event without losing a match. (Trillium Gold)
After winning Trillium Gold the Warriors moved up to Championship Division and won Bronze losing the semi to Forest City Green. In the 4th and final 14U OVA tournament the Warriors were really firing on all cylinders and did not drop a set on their way to a Championship Division Gold Medal.
The strong finish of the season moved Warriors 14U up from 86th early in the year to 39th by the Ontario Championships and a 7th seed in Division II. (of 4 Divisions)
The Ontario Championships saw the Warriors playing higher ranked teams than they had all year and losing all 6 sets on day one.
Day 2 Warriors were moved down Tier II of Division II and won all 6 sets and were starting to improve again!
The final day had a nervous Warriors back into Tier I playing Venom Vipers (Richmond Hill) which had punished the Warriors 2 straight on Friday the first set a very lop sided beating of the Warriors 25-9. Sunday it was a better adjusted (to the level) Warriors that went on to win a tough fight in 3 sets 25-19, 21-25, 15-7 to move to the quarter finals. The Warriors now rolling went on to beat Durham Rebels Extreme 25-15, 25-14 to move the semi finals.
The Warriors lost in the semi's to Etobicoke Titans 25-21, 25-21 to now play for Bronze. Warriors after coming this far were determined to to have their 4th Medal in a row and send a clear message they had risen to the top of Division II and went on to beat 2nd seed Defensa 25-13, 25-9 to win Bronze! Congratulations Warriors 14U.
The Woodstock Warriors 14U won their 5th medal in 8 OVA tournaments to end the season. The Warriors lost in the semi finals to Milton in two straight before beating MVC (Hamilton) 26-24, 25-22 for Bronze.
The Woodstock Warriors 14U have moved up the rankings fast since the start of the year going Gold, Bronze and Gold in last three tournaments!
The Championship Gold medal finishes off the season before the Ontario Championships was done without losing a single set! Woodstock defeated Stratford Stingers in the finals 25-17, 25-23.
Woodstock will go into the Ontario Championships ranked 39th (7th in Division II of IV) in the 171 team 14U division!
The Woodstock Warriors 16U went into the Challenge Cup Select Division (2nd highest) seeded 9th out of 9! The Warriors never let that bother them! After winning a very close intense quarter final over Markham Revolution 17-25, 25-18, 16-14 (Markham's coach Lennard Krapp also coaches the #1 FIVB Women's beach team in the world Canadians Wilkerson and Bansley) Markham had some tricky stuff for the Warriors to endure!
The Warriors prevailed the close quarter final and went on to straight set wins over MVC (Hamilton) 25-20 and KW Preds from Kitchener 25-18, 25-12 to win Gold and qualify for Premier Division!
Premier is the top 9 teams in Ontario out of 170 teams!
The Woodstock Warriors 13U girls only lost one match and that was in the finals to Forest Green 14U in 3 sets of the 14U Trillium tournament in Kitchener on Saturday. Way to go Warriors 13U!
The Woodstock Warriors girls 14U team won every match in Chatham last weekend only losing one set on their way to Gold. This win will move the Warriors up to Championship Division for the next 14U tournament!
The Warriors 13U won all 5 matches last Saturday and only lost one set which was in the Gold Medal game! This win puts Woodstock in the newly created Premier Division the highest division in Ontario! The top 9 teams out of 85 teams at 13U are in Premier!
Congratulations Warriors 13U!
If you are interested in officiating Adult League, High School and Elementary volleyball please contact Jody.
519-788-0145 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Former Woodstock Woodstock Warrior Mady Timpany becomes first former Warriors to receive National Championship Ring as part of the the first National Championship team in Ryerson Rams history! The 2018 National Championship teams jerseys and OUA and USports National Championship trophies were on display at the MAC. (formerly Maple Leaf Gardens)
The two Woodstock Warriors who were members of the Region 3 Black (Ally Gibson) and Region 3 Red (Abby Springham) both come home with medals! Region 3 Black won Silver and Region 3 Red won Bronze!
Woodstock Warriors 15U entered the 16U Ontario Championships Division II (of IV) ranked 15th out of 32 teams and come out with a Gold!
The Woodstock Warriors 15U went 1-2 on the first day of Ontario Championships, 3-0 on the second day and the required 4-0 on the final day to win Gold.
On the final day the Warriors defeated the #2 seed Hamilton Smash in 3 sets the quarter finals. (Woodstock lost to Smash in pool play) Then Woodstock defeated Forest City Blue 16U and in the semi's and #1 seed Chatham Ballhawks in 3 sets in the finals to win Gold!
Woodstock Warriors Ally Gibson #12 and #10 Abby Springham have been chosen to the Region 3 Team (which is from Windsor to Mississauga) and #2 Monica Henry was chosen as an alternate!
2018 Ontario Summer Games will be held this year in London and the opening ceremonies will be at TD stadium on Aug 2nd. The volleyball will be played at University of Western Ontario.
Ryerson Rams defeat UBCO in 5 sets to win National Quarter Finals and #1 ranked Calgary Dino's in the National Semi Finals and University of Alberta in the Finals both in 4 sets to win the first National Championship of any sport in Ryerson history!!!
Former Woodstock Warrior Madyson Timpany (#12 on the left of our website) is on Ryerson Rams and coach for the past two summers at Warriors Summer camp Janelle Albert. Janelle Albert was Rams player of the game in the pivotal comeback against UBCO in the quarter finals being down 2 sets to 0!
Ryerson went 25-0 this season!
The 2017-18 Ryerson season started off being down 2-0 to the defending OUA Champions McMaster Marauders and Ryerson coming back to win the next 3!
Fist pump is from Ryerson setter (former Woodstock Warrior) Mady Timpany. Ryerson would go on to win the next 21 matches to have a 22-0 season!
Former Woodstock Warrior Mady Timpany plays for Ryerson Rams and Janelle Albert who coaches at Warriors Summer Camps is also on Rams!
We are on a waiting list only basis. Do contact me if interested we are trying to get some more in but is getting very hard!
The Woodstock Warriors 15U win a Silver Medal in the 15U Select Division (2nd highest division in Ontario) to qualify to for Premier Division! (top 9 out of 160 teams!)
Warriors won all of their matches except the final in which they lost in 3 sets to KW Preds 14U team which is the defending Ontario Champions at their age.
January 27th the Warriors will be at the University of Ottawa. The 15U Warriors will represent Woodstock against the finest 8 other top teams in Ontario at 15U!
Way to go Warriors!
If you or anyone you know is interested in becoming an official please let me know. There is Adult games at night and High School games during the day.
The Woodstock Warriors 15U girls team will have their first tournament of the year at Conestoga College on Nov 11th. The Warriors will start in the Select Division which is the top 9 teams in the West of Ontario. There is 9 team Select in the East as well and these 18 teams are the highest ranked teams in Ontario out of 139 teams competing at 15U! So it will be some VERY good competition!
The Warriors 15U will welcome back 7 returning athletes from last year Ally Gibson, Ashley Docherty, Bree Allard, Eden Wright, Ainsley Docherty, Monica Henry and Haley Cocker. Warriors will welcome 5 new Warriors Abby Springham, Dominique Gudziewski, Lauren Dalueg, Natalie Gudziewski and Ashley Ross.
The OVA careers start for the Warriors 13U on Nov 11th at a tournament in Kitchener. Go Warriors go!
Jenn Hammerton and Mady Timpany two former Warrior team mates both part of the 2011 Woodstock Warriors National East Silver Medalists meet both as setters for their University teams Lakehead Thunderwolves (Jenn Hammerton) and Ryerson Rams. (Mady Timpany)
Ryerson won this contest 3-0 but both girls were part of the same winning team in the Woodstock Adult Summer League this past summer!
Ontario's defending OUA Champions McMaster Marauders (4th ranked Nationally) faced off against the Ryerson Rams at McMaster last Friday Oct 27th. (click link above for game)
Ryerson setter Mady Timpany fresh off winning Woodstock Adult Summer League was geared up to face McMaster!
Woodstock Warriors 14U win Tier I Gold in 32 team 15U Div III Ontario Championships. The 15U tournament is a tune up tournament for this weekend's 14U Eastern National Championships in Ottawa. Warriors went 10-0 at 15U Ontario Championships and 8 sets to 0 on the final day!
The rapidly improving Woodstock Warriors 14U will enter the 14U Eastern National Championships ranked #11 out of 32 in Division I.
Women's National Final, UBC vs. U of A in front a large crowd of a couple thousand at a fantastic venue of old Maple Leaf Gardens. Danielle Brisebois plays left side for Canada's National Sr. Ladies Team. There are 7 Jr. and Sr. National Team players on UBC
Men's University Final of U of A vs. Trinity Western.
Local content rookie setter Mady Timpany plays after set 1 for Ryerson Rams vs.Dalhousie in Consolation semi.
Tracy Hammerton Left side and Captain of Nippissing University was named an OUA 2nd Team All Star.
Amanda Kuiper Setter/right side Mohawk College and OCAA All Rookie Team
The Woodstock Warrior 13U team from 2007-08 featured girls in their first volleyball game. The video starts with (left) Jennifer Hammerton setter for Lakehead University 2nd in OUA assists. Followed by Amanda Kuiper Mohawk College setter/right side and OCAA All Rookie team. Then Mady Timpany Rookie setter for Ryerson University.
On that same Warriors team was Jordan Lake St. Mary's University Halifax (OVA All Star) and Tracy Hammerton Captain Nippissing University and this year OUA 2nd Team All Star.
Rookie setter and former Woodstock Warrior Mady Timpany did play against U of T in the 3rd set of the Bronze Medal game. U of T was ranked #1 in Canada going into The Final Four.
The National Championships are at Maple Leaf Gardens this weekend hosted by Ryerson. Ryerson plays on Friday vs. University of Alberta at 6 pm. 3 Ontario teams to follow in the Championships this weekend.
Tracy Hammerton was a Warrior from 13U-17U and was part of the first Woodstock team ever to make Division I Tier I and first Warrior team to play OVA in Premier.
Tracy is currently studying Nursing and is in her 4th year at Nippissing University.
Tracy currently leads the Nippissing Lakers in Kills at 122, Kills per set and Service Aces, Service Aces per set plus total points. As a two way player leads the team in digs, digs per set plus total points.
Tracy is also top ten in the OUA in each of Kills, Kills Per Set and Total Points! Tracy is 11th in OUA in digs and 11th in Digs Per Set.
Congratulations to Alix Christie!
Alix is the first former Warrior to sign with an NCAA Div I team! Alix was part of the 2012 Woodstock Warrior team that went to the Ontario and National Finals in Toronto and 2013 National Tier II Silver Medalist. Alix was a Warrior until 17U and still coaches at Summer Camp.
Alix played her 17U year at Defensa this year her 18U year at Halton Hurricanes.
Jenn Hammerton was a member of the first Woodstock team to go to Division I Tier I and was setter for the first Woodstock Warriors team to make it to the National Finals. (2011)
Jenn also was the setter in the pic on the website right behind Woodstock Volleyball Club logo of Warriors winning Tier II National Gold (9th in Canada)
Congratulations to Jenn!
Jenn is current OUA leader in assists at 428!!! (assists are given to setters for every kill the hitter gets after one of their sets)
As an added bonus Jenn is 9th in the OUA in Service Aces and #1 in Service Aces for setters!
Former Woodstock Warriors part of the 2011 National East and 2012 Ontario and National finalist Woodstock Warriors 14U team. Mady Timpany currently plays for the 18U Ontario Champion Mississauga Pakmen. The 2016 18U girls Pakmen Gold did not lose a match at this years Ontario Championship. The win was a 2-0 win over the Ontario 17U Champion Aurora Storm in the 18U finals. The game was covered by Ontario Volleyball Webcast!
This was a very sweet win for Mady Timpany to end her OVA career with an 18U Gold! Mady was in the 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18U final. (as a 17U team last year)
Pakmen will go into Nationals as the #1 seed in Canada.
Congratulations to the Pakmen 18U Gold!
Kuil Schoneveld former Woodstock Warrior, plays for the University of Waterloo Warriors who competed as one of the top 8 University Men's teams at Nationals from Mar 10-12 at McMaster. Kuil was part of the LVC National Champions at 17U and also was part of CASS volleyball program. The semi and finals on the last two days were sold out crowds in excess of 2,000 people.
Way to go Kuil!