Mouse Memorial Volleyball Tournament

Mouse Memorial Volleyball Tournament 2018

Adam Smith, or as a lot of us knew him, Mouse, was a warm soul who shared love and laughter with close friends and strangers alike. He lit up any room he entered and greeted every single person who walked into it with a bear hug and a smile. He was a great son, a loyal brother and fostered the kind of friendships people are lucky to come across only once or twice in a lifetime. Adam bravely served his country during two tours in Iraq like many before him, brought home the heavy weight of war. We want to celebrate Adam's memory in the best way we know how... having a damn good time out in the sunshine (or rain) with our friends, family and a little healthy competition. Join us for the first ever Mouse Memorial Volleyball Tournament. 

Our hope is that in our celebration of his spirit, we can raise money that will help veteran's and their families struggling under the same weight that Adam carried. All proceeds of the team registration will be donated to Neopat, a local Ohio non-profit who assists local military families. The Tournament will be held at the Scene75 Dayton sand volleyball courts on Saturday, August 18th starting at 10 am. Co-ed teams of six (with no more than 10 to a team) are invited to join at $300 per team.$5 per team mate will be allotted to a Mouse Memorial T-shirt. Please email your team shirt sizes to (Adult S-2XL)The rest of the proceeds will be donated to Neopat.Special thanks for Modern Woodmen for generously matching donations up to $2500. 

Want to participate but don't have a team? Call the Scene75 Party Office at (937) 619-3201 to register on the singles team.Or just come and hang out, everyone is welcome! Additional raffles will be held. Please no outside food or drinks. 

Rules:Each match will be best 2 of 3, single elimination Each set will be a game to 21 win by 2 with exception to tie breaker set Tie breaker set will be a game to 15 win by 2 with a cap of 21 Each team must have a minimum of 2 females on the court at all times. A female player must touch the ball if more than one contact is made on the ball in order for the play to count. If the ball goes over after two contacts and each contact was made by a male player it is an automatic point for the opposing team. Prizes will be given to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place teams


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