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Covid-19 Mandatory Daily Screening Form Procedures

All coaches and players will be required to complete the Covid-19 Mandatory Daily Screening Form prior to entering into FSVBC practices and/or contests.  Please click the link below to submit your daily screening form.  Players can complete the form from their cell phones and show the completed form receipt to their coach.  No form receipt means no practice entry.


Thankfully, now that Sacramento and YOLO Counties have moved to the RED TIER, we are now able to practice indoors in both counties .  WOOT!  WOOT!  WOOT!  We appreciate your patience with this whole crazy process and truly thank you for helping us take the appropriate safety measure to keep us all safe.  See you on the court!

NCVA Updates February 2021

We are moving towards our time to get back on the court!

Check out this weeks' updates:


  • Volleyball has been recategorized in the tier structure:
    • Outdoor got moved up to the Red Substantial Tier.
    • Indoor unfortunately got moved down to the Yellow Minimal Tier. 
  • NCVA highly recommends that all Clubs follow their local County Health Guidelines. 
  • To view the full release, click here.


  • Check out our Events Page for up-to-date information for all tournaments and leagues!
    • MARCH 5: Sierra National Qualifier and Girls Far Western NQ.
  • Event Safety Plans and Attendee Protocols are still being finalized. We will share those next week. 
  • Tulare County has been given the OK to hold events at the International Agri-Center. 
    • We are working with the Center and the County to confirm our tournaments are approved. 
  • Washoe County (Reno) has announced that events may happen after March 15. 
    • We are submitting our Safety Plan to the County and hope to have an event approved for late March.
  • More details to come next week as we get more information from each of these Counties.


  • NCVA has selected GreenMCMeds as our COVID Clinical Liaison to help provide solutions for our teams to play safely. They will be our trusted partner to provide PCR COVID-19 testing to support safe volleyball play during the current pandemic. Their testing will provide guidance and support regarding participation and attendance for practices, games, tournaments, and other events.
  • Mandatory weekly testing for all clubs will be implemented tentatively where all players and staff will get tested for COVID via a throat swab sample. Your test results will be received by a club medical representative and will be completely confidential. If the result is negative, you will be allowed to continue to play while following all standard precautions regarding the spread of COVID-19. If the result is positive, your club will provide the appropriate guidance while following the CDC's quarantine procedures. Immediate retesting will commence for the team and staff that came in contact with the positive individual. If you would like a copy of your results, please contact your club's medical representative.
    NCVA is happy to have the opportunity to participate in this important action to support a healthy sport environment thanks to GreenMCMeds' support in our efforts of playing the sport of volleyball we all love.
  • More information to come next week!



  • The following events are postponed with NEW dates:
    • Sierra National Qualifier - April 2-3-4, 2021 - Site TBD
    • Boys Far Western Bid Tournament - May 8-9, 2021 - Reno, NV
  • The following events are postponed with new dates TBD:
    • California Kickoff & Kickstart
    • President's Day
    • As we work with different cities and convention centers and we have new dates and locations for these events, we will announce them in the Friday emails.


Hello FSVBC Families-

Sometimes doing the right thing isn't always easy and often can be very frustrating, but we feel like our commitment to keeping our coaches, players and families safe and doing our part to stop the spread of Covid-19 is more important than anything else right now.

As many of you have witnessed many clubs around the state and in our neck of the woods are not following the guidelines put in place by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and our local county health agencies.  Indeed, they are practicing indoors without masks, they are traveling out of state for tournament play, and they are not quarantining properly once their players become sick.  As a result, many club players from the Sacramento area have contracted Covid-19 and have spread it to others.  

We know that this is a hard pill to swallow and that it may not seem fair, but just know that you are doing the right thing and we will get through this together.  Once we are back in the Red Tier and facilities start to open up again, then we will be first in line to get back out on the court.  Until then, we will continue to practice outside as much as the weather permits.

Thank you for joining us in our commitment to keep everyone safe!  Our personal sacrifices are making a difference and may even be saving lives.  


November 30th, 2020 Covid 19 Update

As we all know, Sacramento County remains at the Purple Tier for Covid 19 cases thus restricting indoor athletic activities.  The county regulations clearly state that the only athletic activities that may occur are outdoor training sessions.  To confirm this information, a member of the Five Starz VB board called both the Sacramento and Placer County Health Departments.  When we asked if there was any activity the club could conduct indoors (individual or small groups, for example), the answer was an unequivocal NO!

Many of you may be hearing that several Sacramento area clubs will be resuming practices again on Monday, November 30.  It is somewhat baffling how they are able to do this as they are under the same restrictions.  One explanation is that the guidelines have no teeth regarding enforcement.

The Five Starz Board chooses to follow the guidelines, putting the health of our players, families, and the community ahead of volleyball practice.  When Sacramento County returns to the Red Tier, we will once again return to indoor practice while following the suggested protocol.  

 It is sometimes very difficult  to make the right decision particularly with competitive people.  We truly feel that it is irresponsible to ignore the guidelines when Covid cases are increasing all across the country.   Thanks for hanging in there with us.



NCVA Membership Update

Memberships Update:
We've received a lot of emails on new memberships, even though this was included on the last update, we wanted to re-publish some helpful tips.

  • You must have a SportsEngine Account before you get a membership. Click here to learn more!
  • Once you have a SportsEngine Account, click here to purchase a membership (memberships are available for purchase starting at 9:00 AM September 1st).
  • Looking to affiliate your player to a new club? The new SportsEngine system changes the way we handle club affiliations. Clubs must now invite your athlete to their club, parents can no longer make this change. 
  • Feeling unsure about the club season? To help, we have created a Sept-Dec youth reduced rate membership for just $25.00! This will cover your athlete in any NCVA sanctioned, non-competition activity. It's worth noting that, like all of our region memberships, this membership is not upgradable or refundable. Adults that are affiliated with youth (coaches), which require a background screen, SafeSport, and Impact training, will still have to purchase a full season membership due to the safety requirements.
  • Current memberships expire on Oct 31, 2020, and we strongly recommend that if you have a current membership, that you wait till that membership expires. There is no need to renew earlier than that date.

CIF Announces Continued Growth in Boys High School Volleyball!
The CIF announced on their September 1st update that not only did high school sports see their 8th consecutive year of high school sports participation being at an all-time high, but boys' high school volleyball had a 6% increase in participation over last season! In 2016, boys' high school volleyball had around 18,000 players, now, we are at over 23,000 players!  #GrowTheSport

Have a question or topic you want to be covered next week? 
Submit your questions to or reply back to this email!

Until next week, please stay safe and stay #VolleyStrong,

-NCVA Staff



August 13, 2020

Five Starz Players & Parents

We wanted to post a brief update as to where the club hopes to be this 2020-21 club season.  First we would definitely like to field at least 3 teams this season with the following lineup of  head coaches:

18-Jason Balmes

17-Todd Rhoads

16-Dana Anglin

If allowed, based on current Covid-19 guidelines, we will host clinics for all of these age groups starting in September.  These clinics will most likely be outdoors on grass.  Additionally, we are currently working on securing indoor facility use in Sacramento for workouts.  As you all know, it is almost impossible to tell you with any certainty what is going to happen this club season, but we are committed to having a season if it is safe to do so and current restrictions are lifted.

We appreciate your support and patience as we navigate through the next few weeks.  As always, if you have any questions then please reach out to us.  


Five Starz Volleyball Club






We are so proud to announce that our 17-Dana & 15-DEBBY teams earned bids to Junior Nationals in Dallas, Texas this year.   Congratulations ladies for reaching your goal this season and for your resiliency in dealing with the heartbreaking consequence of not attending Junior Nationals due to COVID-19 epidemic.   


Five Starz Response to Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), NCVA

April 9, 2020

Five Starz Players & Parents

Five Starz Response to Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), NCVA

We hope that everyone is staying healthy during these unprecedented times. As you may be aware, the Northern California Volleyball Association (NCVA) has decided to cancel the remainder of the girl’s club volleyball season. We know that many were looking forward to getting back out on the courts as soon as possible, however it is in the best interest of everyone’s safety to cancel currently. 

Our Five Starz club director has a meeting scheduled for April 15th with the NCVA which should give us some indication of any refund that the NCVA may be allowing for the season. Please have patience with us as we determine if a refund will be forthcoming to your families. 

We will update families as soon as we receive any additional information. 

We want to thank you for your patience, understanding, and support during this unprecedented time in our nation and community. We look forward to a happy and healthy 2020-2021 season and hope to see all of you back in the gym.


Five Starz Volleyball Club




March 12, 2020

Five Starz Players & Parents:

Five Starz Response to Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

As a direct result of the recent developments to COVID-19, Five Starz Volleyball Club (FSVC) has made the difficult, yet necessary choice, to suspend our season until further notice.

The Northern California Volleyball Association (NCVA) has requested all teams to stop practices through March 22 and has postponed all league events through March 28. Additionally, each of our practice sites have closed temporarily as well. The NCVA has not made any official statement regarding cancelling the Far Westerns Invitational (scheduled for the end of April), or the remainder of the indoor season.

Dues/ Payments – For all FSVC families who pay through our ‘dues plan’, your regular payment for March 15 is due, and will be collected as usual. Please note, FSVC’s dues plan is set up to charge in arrears and cover expenses such as coaches pay checks, and court rental fees for the previous 30 days. Should the season not resume, April and May dues will NOT BE COLLECTED, and those families who pre-paid their season dues in advance, would be entitled to partial refunds.

We will update families as soon as we receive any additional information. Please feel free to look for updates on FSVC’s website (  

We want to thank you for your patience, understanding, and support during this unprecedented time in our nation and community. We look forward to getting back out on the volleyball court as soon as practicable.


Five Starz Volleyball Club


17 Dana: DANA ANGLIN dana.anglin@








Club News

 The team was led by Jasmine Ohki and Breanna Davis with a combined 19 service aces and over 97% serving averages. In addition, Zoe Hopkins contributed 5 aces along with over 94% serving average for the day. The attack was led by Liliana Ayala with 17 kills and a .400% hitting average and Zoe Hopkins with 22 kills and a .316 hitting percentage. The team combined for 29 blocks on the day with Zoe Hopkins supplying 15 of those blocks. Breanna Davis led the team with 52 digs and other great defense by Malia DeCelle-36 digs, Brooke Bonetti-29 digs, Anya Castillo and Reese Roper with 26 digs each.


Proud of these girls...we had a target on our back because we entered this tourney the #1 seed.  Thankfully we did enough to stay in the GOLD division and finished at a respectable seed 4.  WORK, WORK, WORK, WORK TO BE DONE, DONE, DONE, DONE!

Amazing weekend of volleyball for the 17-Dana team at the Power League Regional Qualifier in Sacramento.  The girls started at Seed 5 and finished at Seed1.  An unfortunate loss in their second pool of play dropped them to Seed 17, but this loss actually ended up being a blessing because it placed them in the final pool with Seeds 1, 15, & 17, thus allowing them to challenge NorCal 17-1 Black for the #1 spot!  Thankfully ours girls rose to the occasion and brought some pretty great defense to the court.  Our blocking was the best we've seen all season and our back row came up with some amazing digs.  Our offense was on point and some tough and well placed serving helped seal the victory.  We coaches are super proud of the heart, tenacity, and elevation our girls brought to the floor.  Great job, ladies!  WE LOVE YOU!!!

16-Todd went 4 and 2 at the Regional Qualifier this past weekend in Clovis, however lost the key match in 3 sets to City Beach 16 Black on day 1. The team climbed back to 56th with a 3 and 1 performance on day 2 winning the 2nd pool handily. Standouts for the tournament were Breanna Davis with 48 digs and 52 assists, Malia DeCelle with 28 kills, 11 aces and 37 digs, and Zoe Hopkins with 12 Blocks, 21 Kills and a .426 hitting percentage. Next up is the Showcase in Las Vegas!

WHERE OUR 18s PLAYERS WILL BE IN 2020...Back Row: Tiya Kamba-Griffin, Megan Trottier, Bailey Palestini, Anaya Rodriquez, Mia Gladding, Alona Walker, Trinity Barr; Front Row: Brooke Ono, Sydney Durana, Angel Gamboa, Caty Cordano


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