Lawrie Hobart Memorial Volleyball Tournament


  • $450 per team registration (includes 3 breakfasts & 2 suppers)
  • $300 per room damage deposit (refundable)
  • Round Robin play with finals on Sunday
  • Medals & Banners awarded
  • MVP & Most Sportsmanlike awarded by category
  • All participants receive a T-shirt
  • Players Dance
  • NEW: Glow in the Dark open fun game being planned

Please make cheques payable to PWK High School

2019 Dates: Oct 17 - Oct 20

PWK High School will be hosting the 12th annual Lawrie Hobart Memorial Volleyball Tournament Oct. 17-20, 2019. Categories include 19U, 15U, Gr. 8 and Gr. 6/7. Ages/Grades are as of Dec. 31, 2019.

The school is available for billeting purposes; meals are provided (Friday: breakfast & supper, Saturday: breakfast & supper, Sunday: breakfast) for all players, coaches and chaperones staying in the school - this is included in the registration fee. Other meals may be available at community restaurants and there will be canteens located in the school and at the Rec. Centre.

Games will be played in the PWK High School gym, the FS Recreation Centre gym and the JBT Elementary School gym. We will attempt to have all games completed by Sunday afternoon for travelling teams. To achieve this, the tournament will begin Thursday evening. Travelling teams are expected to arrive in Ft. Smith by THURSDAY EVENING!

Please indicate your intention to attend by completing the online registration form below. The form will only accept responses between Sep. 10 - Oct. 4, 2019. To assist us in creating the tournament schedule in a timely fashion PLEASE REGISTER BY OCTOBER 4, 2019.

The MacKenzie Recreation Association has funds available to help school teams (within their jurisdiction) with travel costs - please contact them directly.

Contact our Tournament Committee at (867) 872-4795 or by email:

Tournament Schedule (updated Sep 17, 2019)

GYM Schedules

Online Registration

(Open from Sept. 10, 2019 to Friday Oct. 4, 2019)

Team Roster Form

Please fill out and email back by Friday Oct. 11, 2019)

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