Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

CFHS Volleyball FAQ 2016

Information:  Email: CFHSLFVBC@GMAIL.COM




Open Gym: Beginning in June, there will be twitter updates about the open gym schedule. It will be on week days in the evening, just show up and play! No registration necessary!

Thursday Night Scrimmages: Most Thursday evenings in June and July there will be scrimmages against other high schools in the Tucson area. Info will be given once the summer season starts.

Dave Rubio Team Camp: All interested athletes are welcome to register for the Dave Rubio Team Camp and play as a CFHS team. The dates are July 15-17th at McKale Center. The fee is $140. Print out all forms located at the following website and turn in to Coach Thiltges by Wednesday, June 10th. Make checks payable to the David Rubio Volleyball Camp. *Special Note: Do not turn in your registration directly to Rubio Camps. All registrations for the Team Camp should be given to Coach Thiltges.

Steve Walker Sand Volleyball Camp: Sand volleyball is a great way to increase skills and become a stronger athlete.  Registration is open now for the May camps:


Physicals: All athletes are required to turn in physicals before volleyball tryouts, or your daughter won’t be able to try out for the CFHS team. There’s a packet of Athletic Forms that need to be turned in at the end of July into the Athletic Director’s office (House 2 desk) BEFORE tryouts. You can find the packet here:

After tryouts, a program-wide parent/athlete meeting will be scheduled. Lots of important information will be shared, including the play schedule. Attendance is highly encouraged.

Practices: All practices are mandatory, even during school breaks. Individual game playtime is affected by missed practices. Due to AIA recruiting rules, no student shall wear “club” affiliated attire during practices. The volleyball program will provide two practice shirts. Each athlete needs to provide kneepads, black spandex and athletic or volleyball shoes. The school will provide a jersey top that will be turned in after each game to be laundered by the athletic department. There will also be fan/spirit wear for sale.

Payment:  Athletes no longer need to pay the athletic fee before they try out.  However, once your daughter is accepted onto the team, please go into

In-Touch and pay the participation fee ($150). The fees go towards coaching staff, transportation, and facilities. Athletes won’t be allowed to play until the program fee is paid:

Grades: All student athletes must maintain passing grades. This means athletes with a grade below a C- will be benched until their grades can be raised.

Carpool Release: If you want your daughter to drive with anyone to/from games outside of the school bus, you need to fill out a release that is located with the Athletic Director’s assistant in House 2 (front desk).

VOLUNTEER: Helping is essential to the success of this highly competitive program. You will be guided on all the different roles.

  • Booster Board: The bylaws require that there is a President, VP, Treasurer and Secretary. *Looking for a vice president.
    Snack Bar Coordinator: Organize volunteers and food stock. *Filled
    Snack Bar Helpers: Rotations are required as this is a fundraiser for the program.  Tip: sign up for a shift when your daughter isn’t playing.  Coach Thiltges likes all teams to stay and watch all teams play (freshman, junior varsity, varsity). You are encouraged during home games to utilize the offerings of the snack bar instead of bringing snacks.
    Team Rep: Organize team bonding(s), liaison of information, coordinate game day snacks, etc. * Need one for each level: Freshman, JV, Varsity
    Game Snacks: All parents will sign up to bring snacks for away games. The team rep will send around a sign up.
    End-of-Year Banquet: Interested in throwing a party? This is the job to volunteer for then!
    Photos: Interested in photography? We need a parent or multiple parents to take photos throughout the season and compile them for a slideshow and take-home disc. This task can be shared with other parents.
    Cookie Dough: Our largest fundraiser occurs after teams are chosen. Every family is responsible for selling boxes of cookie dough, and prizes including school fan/spirit wear is awarded.

Rankings/Game Scores: You can always look online to see how teams across Tucson or the state are competing. Valuable links are:

Arizona Interscholastic Association:

MaxPreps: America’s Source for High School Sports:,az)/volleyball/schedule.htm,volleyball&state=az

Contact Information:

Head Coach: Nic Thiltges


LFVBC Booster (Ladies Falcons Volleyball Booster Club)

President: Linda Gee                              


Athletic Department:

Athletic Director: Dante Franco

House 2 Coordinator/Athletic Coordinator: Martha Rayder