“Information on the 2023 NCHSAA volleyball state championships, including the schedule, location, ticket information, and how to watch.”

HighSchoolOT has all the details you need to know about the 2023 N.C. High School Athletic Association volleyball state champions. It’s time to name the winners!

Please refer to the following details for updates, participation, and enjoyment of the 2023 NCHSAA volleyball state championships.

HighSchoolOT will create an online magazine for a sneak peek at the upcoming volleyball state championships. This magazine will be free for all HSOT Insiders, but non-Insiders can buy it for $2.99.

Below are some useful links to keep track of the volleyball state championships:

The schedule and location for the 2023 NCHSAA Volleyball State Championship.

The NCHSAA volleyball state championships for 2023 will take place on November 4th at Reynolds Coliseum in Raleigh, located on the campus of N.C. State University.

Following the regional championships, the NCHSAA will announce the schedule for the day.

The State Championship for 4A Volleyball

  • The third-ranked Cox Mill team will face off against the first-ranked Middle Creek team.

The State Championship for 3A Volleyball.

  • The matchup between King’s Mountain and Orange, with King’s Mountain ranked third and Orange ranked second.

The State Championship for 2A Volleyball

  • The match-up between Brevard and Camden County is tied at 2-2.

The Volleyball State Championship for 1A level.

  • Matchup between Polk County and Falls Lake Academy, both with a rank of 1.

will go on sale on August 1.

On August 1, tickets for the 2023 NCHSAA Volleyball State Championships will be available for purchase.

Tickets for the NCHSAA volleyball state championship are priced at $10, but there may be added charges for digital ticketing or facility usage.

The NCHSAA will soon provide additional details about ticket availability for the event.

Tips for viewing and streaming the 2023 NCHSAA Volleyball State Championships.

The state championships for NCHSAA volleyball are not broadcasted on TV or cable, but you can view all four matches of the state championships on the NFHS Network through streaming.

The NFHS Network offers subscriptions for $11.99 per month or $79.99 per year, which can be purchased on their website, NFHSNetwork.com.

HighSchoolOT does not have the permission to broadcast the matches in real time, but we will provide live coverage of the post-game press conferences for each division and highlights of all the matches shortly after they conclude.

Parking options for the NCHSAA Volleyball State Championships

There is ample parking at Reynolds Coliseum for the NCHSAA volleyball state championships.

You can park for no charge at either the Jeter Bays Drive parking lot or the Coliseum Parking Deck.

If you are coming from Western Blvd, make a right onto Morrill Drive, followed by a right onto Cates Avenue. On your left, you will see the Coliseum Parking Deck. Turn left onto Jensen Drive and you will arrive at the parking deck on your left.

When you come in from Hillsborough Street, make a right onto Dunn Avenue, followed by a left onto Jeter Drive. On the left, you can access the Coliseum Parking Deck or on the right the Jeter Drive lot.

The designated bus parking area will be the Coliseum Surface Lot, situated on Cates Avenue.

Items that are not allowed for fans attending the NCHSAA Volleyball State Championships include:

The following items are prohibited from being brought into Reynolds Coliseum during events:

  • All animals, except for service animals.

  • Artificial noise makers
  • Bicycles
  • Cameras and detachable lens combinations that exceed 8 inches in length
  • Coolers or ice bags
  • Drones, including in the parking lot
  • Food or drink of any kind. However, exceptions will be made for those with medical requirements or special needs, but fans should carry any necessary documentation, credentials, or identification.
  • Laser pointers
  • Personal transport devices with wheels, such as footwear with wheels, hover boards, or skateboards.
  • Flag or sign poles or sticks

  • Selfie sticks
  • are subject to an additional fee

    Banners or signs that exceed the size of 3 feet by 2 feet will incur an extra charge.

  • Smoking
  • Strollers that are large and non-collapsible. Collapsible strollers are permitted.
  • Video cameras and Go Pros
  • Weapons

Source: highschoolot.com