Practices are on Monday and Wednesday at Milwaukee Sting Volleyball Center from mid August to the end of October. Each practice is approximately 1.5 hours.


Practice Times 

 4:30 – 6:00

8 Blue      Kris Kebisek, Marlo Reese

8 Red       John Kebisek, Anne Weishaar

7 Blue      Brad VanDam, Matt Hopp

6 Red       Ken Nash, Patti Hoerig


6:00 – 7:30

6 Blue      Bruce Hoeppner, Craig Coombs

5 Blue      Brad VanDam, Nora Purtell

5 White    Patti Hoerig, Rachel Hoerig

5 Red       Kate Jorgensen, Kelsey Guy


7:30 – 9:00

7 Red       Taylor Lewis, Katherine Sheldon

7 White    Nolan Hansen, Kari Grunwald

6 White    Sarah Uczen, Elizabeth Robinson

8 White    Bruce Hoeppner, Cheri Strobel


League Play

Badger Region generally posts the Youth League Volleyball schedules on aes in September. The league matches are generally on Saturdays and/or Sundays between September 11 and October 31. There will be a league tournament at the end of the season.

Playing Time

Playing time guidelines are established by Brookfield Central Junior Lancers Volleyball Club, and the coach has the discretion to adjust this for circumstances such as practice attendance, attitude, disciplinary, etc. 



  • 5th grade: Balanced play for the entire match
  • 6th grade: Balanced play for 75% of the match, coach’s discretion for 25% of the game
  • 7th grade: Balanced play for 50% of the match, coach’s discretion for 50% of the game
  • 8th grade: Total coach’s discretion

 Parent Code of Conduct

Parents are a part of the team and are important role models.

  • Appreciate your child’s efforts; children should know that win or lose you love them.
  • Be honest to yourself about your child’s athletic capacity, competitive attitude, sportsmanship and actual skill level.
  • Do not shout advice during the game; talk to your child after the game and when they are ready.
  • Do not harass or criticize the referee, the other team, or other players.
  • Don’t compare the skill, courage, or attitudes of your children with other members of the team.
  • Do not discuss game situations with the coach immediately after a game; wait 24 hours in order to ensure a better interaction.
  • Get to know the coach so that you can understand his/her philosophy, attitudes, ethics, and leadership style.
  • Support the coaches with the things they are trying to accomplish.
  • Parents have a responsibility to provide feedback via an annual survey.