Volleyball As Prep Sports
Volleyball is an indoor game played between two teams of six players each. In this game the point score is made by grounding a ball on the other team's court under specific rules. This game is basically played with the hands but players can legally strike the ball with any part of the body. However, a number of steady techniques have evolved in volleyball, including spiking and blocking as well as passing, setting and specialized player positions and offensive and defensive structures. The game is played on a volleyball court which is divided by a wide net. However, volleyball as prep sports is becoming very popular for the last few decades. Know how volleyball in high school became a part of famous sports.
Prep volleyball is very famous in Washington. One of the famous high school volleyball in Washington is George Washington High School. The school is a part of the San Francisco Unified School District. However, the athletic program of this high school is governed by Academic Athletic Association (AAA) and is sanctioned by the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF). The population of this high school is over 2400students, supports 20 varsity and 7 junior varsity. Volleyball is one among the famous sports of this high school. This school won the Varsity Boys Volleyball Championships in 2004 and 2005.
Another well known school in Washington also includes Walt Whitman High School, a public secondary institution. This high school serves approximately the western part of Bethesda, an incorporated suburban area of Washington DC. This high school has won the Volleyball Regional Championships (boys) in 1993 and this school is also Volleyball State Champions (girls) in 1998. Garfield High School is also another popular high school in Washington. One of the other well known high schools also includes Canton McKinley High School. This school is the volleyball champion of 1983, 1987 and 1991. Some of the other high schools are Lake Washington High School, Lake Stevens High School, Forest Park high school and Washington Irving High School.