The senior volleyball community in Prescott, AZ will again sponsor the “Prescott Senior Games” in 2019. These Games will be comprised of the three following tournaments:

Saturday, August 17th: Men’s at Prescott HS, 1050 Ruth St, Prescott 86301 Expected maximum of 12 teams

Saturday, August 17th: Women’s at Yavapai College,1100 E Sheldon, Prescott 86301 Expected maximum of 10 teams

Sunday, August 18th: COED at Prescott HS and Yavapai College                                              

Expected maximum of 12 teams (PHS) and 10 teams (YC)

The gyms will open at 7:30 am, and play will begin at 8:30 am. In each tournament, we will offer five-year age divisions beginning with age 50, and awards will be given to teams finishing in first, second and third within their age divisions. There will be round-robin play in the mornings to determine seeding for the tournaments in the afternoons. All teams will provide two line judges and two scorekeepers during their non-playing times.

Registration forms and further information will be distributed in early May. We will accept registrations until July 12th or until the above maxima have been reached.

As in past years, all participants will be given a light breakfast, substantial lunch, and drinks/snacks throughout the day.

To assist players in finding teams and captains in finding players, we will offer an email-based matching program which we expect to operate through most of the registration period.

Please contact the following if you have questions about these tournaments:

Patty Enders—Email:, Phone: 928-443-5821

Lisa Roberts—Email:, Phone: 928-308-5490


Hampton Inn and Holiday Inn Express may offer “special rates”. If interested, call Betty at (928) 443-5500.


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