2020 Sand Season


Friday Night Lights registration will be held on site at the Apex Sand Box. You must sign up with a partner.

Next Level will host Youth Friday Night Lights tournaments that will be held on Fridays for 16u, 18u, and Boys divisions on the following dates. Check in for 16u is at 5pm and play begins at 5:45pm, check in for 18u & Boys is at 6:30pm and play begins at 7:15pm.

June 12th

June 26th

July 10th

July 24th

August 14th

August 28th (CoEd 4's)

We are also offering Youth Friday Night Lights tournaments that will be held on Saturdays for 12u and 14u divisions on the following dates. Check in for 14u is at 4pm and play begins at 4:45pm, check in for 12u  is at 6pm and play begins at 6:45pm.

June 27th

July 11th

July 25th

August 15th

August 28th (CoEd 4's)

High school athletes will be allowed to play in Adult Friday Night Lights on the following dates, registration will be from 6:30-7:00pm.

June 19th

July 17th

August 7th (CoEd)

August 21st (Doubles only)

August 28th (CoEd 4's)


Next Level will host a local Beach Qualifier on June 20th for all ages. Registration will be on site at the Apex Sand Box and all players must have a current USAV Membership in order to compete at the Qualifier.

12u and 14u: Check in at 7:30am and play begins at 8:15am

16u and 18u: Check in at 5:30pm and play begins at 6:15pm


Training Groups: (Girls and Boys):


14 & Under: 6:00-7:30pm

15 & Up: 7:30-9:00pm

Through the month of August we are offering an extended season. Practice will be on Tuesday/Thursday from 6:30-8:30pm for all age groups.


Players can choose their own partners or register as an individual. Players that come in as individuals can choose their partners within their training group according to their weekend availability during season. Coaches will help find partners but it is up to the athlete to secure a partner before each tournament.


Beach Rules

Beach is very unique. Below are a few rules.
-The team that is scoring the game is also the team that is officiating the game. Players
from other teams, the teams playing, coaches or parents cannot call the game or coach
from the sidelines.
-Spectators or coaches may yell things like; Good job, move your feet, talk, you’ve got this but they cannot give instructions such as how to hit, when to pass, who to serve and etc.
-Over hand setting is allowed but it is extremely hard in the sand. If a player is not
completely squared up (body facing) where the ball is going to go, then it is considered a double. We are encouraging players to get really good at forearm setting the ball.
-Open hand receiving is not allowed. Hands must be together.
-A hard-driven hit may be taken with open hands
-Each team has two-time outs to use during a set, as well as, a technical time out. Only
players can call their own time outs. Coaches and parents cannot.

Apex Sand Box
We love having families at the Apex Sand Box for FNL. If young children come with you please be sure to keep a close eye on them.
-We recommend children do not play on the back side of the Apex out of sight.
-We recommend children are closely watched while playing on the dirt and sand
-We ask that people (including children) do not linger in Premier West. Please use
the restroom and return to the sand box.
-Please help us with trash by placing your trash in the trash cans around the sand box.