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Respect In Sport Module To Be Completed By Parents

A new initiative that has been started by the OVA requires that each parent complete an online course on Respect In Sport. The cost of the course is $12 and must be completed before provincials. Our club's target date to have the parents complete this course is November 1. Details on this course appear below. If you have any questions, please see you coach.

1. One parent from each family must complete the Respect In Sport. If you have already done this for another sport, you do not have to do it again. Once you complete this module, you will receive a Certificate Number.

2. To complete the RIS module, you will need to click on this link.

3. To get detailed instruction on how to complete the RIS click on this link.

4. Once you have the certificate number you will need to do the following:

a) Login to your child's NRS.
b) Under Admin, select Change Profile.
c) Down the right-hand side, you will see an area for Respect In Sport Certificate. Add the certificate number and the date received.
d) Click Save at the bottom.
e) If you have more than one child playing, you must enter the certificate number (same number) for each child registered with the OVA.

If you have any questions, please contact your coach or email

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Register Your Child With The OVA

Now that teams are selected, each athlete must be registered with the OVA. Please click on the link below, which will take you to a step-by step process for registering with the OVA. This must be done asap.

Link To NRS Regsitration System

Registration For Fall Youth Programs Now Open

The Mini/Pee Wee Preds, Junior Preds and Youth League are now accepting registrations for the fall of 2017. These 3 programs are extremely popular and fill up quickly, so register early to secure your spot in one of these programs.

The Mini/Pee Wee Preds program is a intended for our youngest athletes, male and female, born in 2008 to 2011 inclusive. The Junior Preds program is open to males and female in grades 5 and 6, while our Youth League is a program available to young athletes in grades 7 and 8. For more information or to register for one of these program, click on the desired link below.

Mini/Pee Wee Preds Information and Registration
Junior Preds Information and Registration
Youth League Information and Registration

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Preds Win Canada Games Gold

CanadaGamesThe Kitchener Waterloo Predators Volleyball Club are very proud to announce that 3 of our athletes, Hayden Cavender, Zarko Ubiparip and Alex Mrkalj are Canada Games Gold medalists. The three boys were chosen to represent Ontario at the games in Winnipeg. The Canada Games, which are only held every four years, are the biggest domestic sporting event that Canada puts on.

The boys were selected to the team in May and have been training since that time. In early July, the Ontario team played in the USA HPC international tournament in Florida, which served as a tune up for the games. The boys won gold at that tournament, returned home to complete their training and culminated their amazing summer with the Canada Games gold.

Hayden Cavender and Zarko Ubiparip played on our 18U Purple team which was coached by Kelvin Hui, Merv Young and Josh Hone, while Alex Mrkalj was a member of our 17U Legacy team, coached by Lynn Vicic, Jon Orret, Alen Brcanovic, Jason Gropp and Kyle Weber.

Congratulations on this major accomplishment. You make the whole club proud. Go Preds!!!


Preds place 8 players on Provincial Teams

The KW Predators are very pleased to announce that 8 of our players have been selected as Ontario Provincial Team Members. Quinton Dowling, Sauli Lianga, and Nolan Spencer, members of our National Bronze medalist 17 Boys Legacy team, were selected to the 17U Provincial team, while Hayden Cavender, Alex Mrkalj and Zarko Ubiparip were selected to the Provincial team that will represent Ontario in the 2017 Canada Games. Cavender and Ubiparip are members of the Preds 18U boys team, coached by Kelvin Hui, while Dowling, Lianga,Mrkalj and Spencer are coached by Lynn Vicic.

Two member of our girls program were also selected to the provincial team. Devin Gerth, a member of the 16U Girls Purple team was selected to the 16U Provincial team, while Maya Sokolowski of ouor 17U Preds team made the 17U Provincial team. Gerth is coached by Paul Pavan, Dave Morton and Sarah Gerth, while Sokolowski was coached by Corinne Williams and Tyrone Dowling.

Hayden Cavender
18U Boys Purple
Quinton Dowling
17U Boys Legacy
Devin Gerth
16U Girls Purple
Sauli Lianga
17U Boys Legacy
Alex Mrkalj
17U Boys Legacy
Maya Solokowski
18U Girls Purple
Nolan Spencer
17U Boys Legacy
Zarko Ubiparip
18U Boys Purple

Preds Win 5 Medals At National Championships

The KW Predators Volleyball Club continued its outstanding season by earning 4 medals at the 2017 National Championships. The Preds had 8 teams participate in Nationals this year with the 17U Boys Legacy, 18U Boys Purple, 15U Boys Chaos and the 16U Girls Falcons all taking home medals.

The 17U Boys, coached by Lynn Vicic, continued their dominance by finishing their season 3rd overall in Canada and as the highest ranking Ontario team at the 17U Boys Nationals.

The 18U Boys, coached by Kelvin Hui, and the 15U Boys Chaos, coached by Ellen Carlson, both had outstanding Nationals tournaments. The 18U Boys fininshed 11th overall in winning the Division 1, Tier II gold, the same medal won by the 15U Boys Chaos team who ended their Nationals 7th overall.

The 13U Girls Synergy team, coached by Lisa Watson, followed their provincial championship in the 13U Girls Division, with a trip to the 14U Nationals in Ottawa. Playing against older and more experienced players, the girls performed admirably to capture the silver medal in the Division I, Tier III division, to finish 18th overall in the 14U East Nationals.

The 16U Girls Falcons, coached by Jen Herzog, finished their season by earning a silver medal in Division 2, Tier III Nationals.

17U Boys Legacy - Division 1, Tier I Bronze Medal, Overall National Rank: 3rd
15U Boys Chaos - Division 1, Tier II Gold Medal, Overall National Rank: 7th
18U Boys Purple - Division 1, Tier II Gold Medal, Overall National Rank: 11th
15U Girls Invasion - Overall National Rank: 11th
13U Girls Synergy (Playing in 14U Provincials) - Division 1, Tier III Silver Medal: Overall National Rank: 18th
15U Girls Ambush - Overall National Rank: 37th
16U Girls Falcons - Division 2, Tier III Silver Medal, Overall National Rank: 48th
16U Boys Purple - Still To Be Played

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