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Saturday July 17th Mechanicsburg PA Tri-Ball tournament

Saturday, Jul 17, 2021

8:30am – 4:00pm

Saturday July 17th

Mechanicsburg PA grass Tri-Ball tournament

Mechanicsburg PA

Location is Mechanicsburg Middle School, 1750 S Market St, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055

Maximum 24 teams of coed 3’s with $90 per team entry fee. Deadline to register at $90 is July 10. After that registration with late fee is $120 per team.  Any teams registering day-of at the tournament must bring exact cash fee of $120. It goes directly into prize fund.

You may register and pay directly for your team here also: https://tri-ball.com/event-registration/?action=evrplusegister&event_id=22.  One registration for whole team. All one division unless we get over 16 teams.

****IMPORTANT**** Register your teams with:   

Nikki Singiser LAT, ATC, Assistant Director of Recreation, PRN Athletic Trainer, Mechanicsburg Area School District, 1731 S. York Street Mechanicsburg PA 17055, Office: 717.691.4572, Cell: 717.574.9672, Email: nsingiser@mbgsd.org

Winners receive CASH prizes.

Tri-Ball is the fast and furious twist on regular volleyball. It’s “The fastest 3-way you’ll ever try!”

No need to qualify. Tri-Ball is very easy and quick to learn. Once it clicks, it gets competitive. Strategy is huge in Tri-Ball. as two teams can work together to load points on the third team. For all details on the official Tri-Ball rules check out https://tri-ball.com/rules/. There is also a video tutorial on how to play at that link.

Once we get above 12 teams, we can split the tournament into two divisions. When registering, please add “competitive” or “recreational” after your last name. Division choice will be honored as best as possible.

Bring out your best team and go for the Gold!

Event Category


Event Location

Mechanicsburg Middle School
1750 S Market St.
Mechanicsburg, PA, 17055

Event Fees

per team
$ 90.00

Total Seats


Remaining Seats





Tri-Ball is a fast and furious twist on regular volleyball. Played on a circular court with one center pole and three nets stretched out from it to form three equal play areas. It looks like a Mercedes logo from above.


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