Prep Dig Sizzle (Junior Varsity)
Appleton, WI
July 15th


If you are interested in participating in this event, please fill out this form HERE.


Tickets can be purchased onsite for $5.


The Prep Dig Sizzle will welcome teams to 12 air-conditioned courts in one of the top new facilities in the Midwest, the Community First Champion Center. A 1-day JV tournament will be played on Monday, July 15th and a 2-day Varsity tournament will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday, July 16th-17th. The varsity tournament format will be pool play on day one and bracket play on day two. Teams will have five or six matches over two days across multiple divisions to ensure competitive play. Our Prep Dig staff of scouts will be there all three days providing coverage on social media and written coverage on to provide a kickstart to the season and welcome everyone back to volleyball. 


  • Community First Champion Center

    Ages: 2025-2028

    5000 W Champion Dr, Appleton, WI 54913

Team Registration

Registration for this event is not currently open.

Frequently Asked Questions

The 1-day Junior Varsity tournament will begin the morning of July 15th, 2024. The 2-day Varsity tournament will begin the morning of July 16th and will conclude on July 17th. The final schedule will be released one week prior to the event start date. Communication will be sent out leading up to the tournament for us to do our best to accommodate teams in regards to travel.

Social media coverage will be on the Prep Dig Twitter and Instagram accounts. All written coverage from the event will be posted to during the week following the event.

Of course! When you register, just register your multiple teams separately and label them with the same school name followed by a color (Smith City Red, Smith City Blue).

Absolutely, we know in July there will be athletes who are coming and going with various activities and commitments. If you need to play kids on different teams, we will leave that to the discretion of the coach.

You bet! However we do ask to only have athletes who will be entering 9th grade or above.