There are six senior teams and three more youth teams in the sports district

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VfL Bad Arolsen’s ladies’s volleyball group needs to keep away from the relegation battle: Pictured (from left) are Marisa Kohlschmidt, Stina Krippner, Louise Schwartz, Vianna Hambach, Franca Otto, Alia Rettberg, Eileen Rettberg, participant coach Sarah Kegel, Anastasia. Fisher, Angelina Michelle, Diana Seiler, Joyce Peters. Sarah Reiman is lacking. © Ave

Once once more, six volleyball teams from the Waldeck-Frankenberg sports district will take part in the Hessian Volleyball Association play rounds for girls and males.

Two teams come from TSV Frankenberg, who are in the high division of native golf equipment with ladies in the Korbach State League. Frankenberg can not present a males’s group. TSV Korbach jumps to the breach, the district townspeople are the solely male consultant in the league to return to the district league.

VfL Bad Arolsen (district high league + district league) is fielding two ladies’s teams for the season. TSV begins with Battenberg ladies after being promoted in the district league.

In the youth sector, the variety of native teams has elevated from three to six. Bad Arolsen has a ladies’s group in the U20 age group. The remaining 5 teams come from Frankenberg: TSV registered three ladies’ (U13, U16, U18) and two boys’ teams (U16, U18).

district ladies’s league

VfL Bad Arolsen

After preliminary difficulties, the group from Bad Arolser improved sport by sport final season and they not solely completed third in the league but in addition in the desk. Bundesliga referee Sarah Kegel will proceed to take the younger group below her wing as a player-coach.

As some regulars must be let go throughout the season (Stina Krippner, Angelina Michele are learning overseas), Alia Rettberg, Sarah Reimann and Louise Schwartz will transfer from the second group to the group.

The group spirit is true, the voice shouldn’t be there but

Coordination is subsequently nonetheless missing, however this have to be compensated by good group and preventing spirit. The ladies of Arolser confirmed that this works very effectively at the match in Frankenberg, the place they beat the state league group Gießener SV and took third place.

Although staying in the league is the major goal for the Bath townspeople, they nonetheless wish to play in the high third of the desk.

In addition, there’s nonetheless a while earlier than the first league sport, as a result of after the sport was postponed, it is not going to be performed till October 8 at TV Jan Kassel, who had been relegated to the state league. VfL Women’s first dwelling sport is on October 16 (from 11.00 a.m.) towards ACT Kassel and TG Wehlheiden.

Additions: Sarah Reimann, Alia Rettberg and Louise Schwartz
Departure: no
seasonal objective: The higher third of the desk
Team – Game: Diana Seiler, Outside Attack: Anastasia Fischer, Sarah Kegel, Angelina Michel, Franca Otto, Sarah Reiman, Eileen Rettberg, Alia Rettberg, Louise Schwartz, Middle Block: Vianna Hambach, Marisa Kohlschmidt, Stina Krippner, Libero: Joyce Peters.

Eleven years later: Men’s volleyball in Korbach

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Rookie with expertise: TSV Korbach’s volleyball gamers look ahead to day by day league video games. Pictured in the again are (from left) coach Mario Siervo, Cilian Heinemann (captain), Steven Klaus, Leon Scholz, Ole Ferdinand Maiwald, Paul Jakob Hartmut Keller; Front (from left): Darius Ulrich, Enver Berber, Lucas Rivas Del Castillo Absent: Florian Becker, Mike Becker, Max Herrmann, Felix Anton Machling, Florian Silvaski, Mark Julian Wilke. © Ave

District Oberliga North Men

TSV Korbach

In March 2011, TSV Korbach’s volleyball group completed their final league sport of the season. At that point, nobody might have predicted that this could be the final match of the males’s league for a very long time.

Today, eleven years later, the virtually unthinkable has occurred and TSV Korbach is lastly a males’s volleyball group once more.

He is the solely individual concerned in league operations inside the sports circle. TSV begins in the North with the District Premier League.

It was a coincidence that so many younger and proficient guys got here collectively to play volleyball in one 12 months. The group was so energized, motivated and assured that they determined to play in the league.

Lots of gamers with league expertise

Coach Mario Siervo additionally thinks so: “It’s nice to have so many various characters come collectively to supply this group in one 12 months. The boys are motivated and to our benefit, most of the gamers have already gained league expertise. This additionally made it simpler for me to arrange the preparation interval.”

Not way back, TSV volleyball was solely related to ladies and ladies. But they’ve disappeared from the leagues now, abruptly there are so many kids that TSV might discipline two teams. Coach: “Of course, we all know that the challenges are not straightforward, particularly for such a younger group. However, we are concentrating on a midfield place. We’re broad-based, it is about efficiency, however you continue to need to concentrate on enjoyable, group spirit and familiarity with on a regular basis life in the league.”

This group must be simply the starting of TSV Korbach’s volleyball sport. Those accountable hope to have the ability to present males’s and ladies’s teams once more subsequent 12 months because of the enthusiasm of younger folks for this sport. Even coach Siervo, who performed in the males’s final sport in 2011, is keen to play once more. He nonetheless would not see himself as a player-coach of his group, however he says, “Never say by no means.”

Team – Center Block: Florian Becker, Mike Becker, Felix Anton Mahling, Ole Ferdinand Maiwald, Leon Scholz; Outside Attack: Max Herrmann, Steven Klaus, Florian Silvaski, Mark Julian Wilke; Examples: Enver Berber, Cillian Heinemann, Paul Jacob Hartmut Keller, Lucas Rivas Del Castillo, Darius Ulrich

VfL needs to play at the high of Arolsen II

VfL Bad Arolsen's women's volleyball team wants to avoid the relegation battle: Pictured (from left) are Marisa Kohlschmidt, Stina Krippner, Louise Schwartz, Vianna Hambach, Franca Otto, Alia Rettberg, Eileen Rettberg, player coach Sarah Kegel, Anastasia.  Fisher, Angelina Michelle, Diana Seiler, Joyce Peters, Sarah Reiman are missing.
Are rosy days forward for the volleyball gamers of VfL Bad Arolsen II? They wish to play position in the North West District League. Pictured are (from left): Joana Michels, Fiona Peters, Karolina Vasilauskaite, Lilly Wehmeyer, Anita Zaloga, Elisa Schaefer, Evelyn Haidt, Alina Basinski, Louise Schwartz, Sophie Reimann, Sarah Reimann. © Ave

Northwest Women’s League

VfL Bad Arolsen II

For the ladies’s second group of VfL Bad Arolsen, coached by Diana Seiler and Ole Maiwald, the purpose of the season is to play in the entrance row. It can be fascinating to see what this younger group can do towards the expertise of Kassel, Hofgeismar and Kaufungen.

There can be a district derby. Because the ladies of Arols are engaged with the promoted group of TSV Frankenberg. The season for the Arolser group begins on September 25 in Hofgeismar. The first dwelling sport of the second Arolser group can even happen on November 10, towards Kassel teams TV Jahn II and ACT II. ub

additions: Christina Scheuerman, Lilly Wehmeyer, Lisa Wick

Shipping: Maria Fidan, switch to the beginning line-up: : Franka Otto, Alia Rettberg, Marisa Kohlschmidt

Detachment – Play: Alina Basinski, Ksenia Gossman, Sophie Reiman; Center: Fiona Peters, Sarah Reiman, Karolina Vasiliaskaite; Outside: Evelyn Haidt, Joana Michels, Louise Schwartz, Elisa Schaefer and Anita Zaloga (ub)

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