Posted On: 12/14/20 1:18 PM

The Prep Dig Quad Cities Clash has the GREEN LIGHT and will be a GO for the weekend January 16-17, 2021 with divisions for 13/14s, 15/16s, and 17/18s for $350.  

The narrative of 2020 has been full of changes, pivots, and “To Be Determined”.  With the past few weeks and the mandates that Iowa as well as various states have been under, that has also put our events in pause as well.  However, at Prep Dig we have made it a habit to be able to adjust and be creative with what we can do to provide volleyball events in the Upper Midwest. 

Here is a graphic of what we have been able to do during this pandemic.  This has taken extra details and planning, but athletes have been able to do what they love to do during the beginning of July. 

Prep Dig Summer Series

Prep Dig Sizzle JV – 1 Day

-Two sessions – 26 teams

Prep Dig Sizzle Varsity – 2 Days

-Three sessions – 41 teams

*Masks Required In Compliance With Wisconsin Mandate (August 1) 

Prep Dig Summer Showcase – 2 sessions – 100 Athletes in Each Session 

Prep Dig Sunset Slam – Session 1 – 32 teams

-Two sessions of 16s each 

Prep Dig Sunset Slam – Session 2 – 40 teams

-Two sessions of 16 teams on 8 courts and then another field house with 8 teams on 4 courts 

*For our summer events we did not allow spectators, but we gave four wristbands for team personnel which to be used by two coaches, video, and parent chaperone

Prep Dig Fall Series

Prep Dig Fall League – 5 Mondays for JV/V teams who did not have a high school season 

  • 24 Varsity Teams (split between two waves) 
  • 16 JV Teams (split between two waves

Prep Dig Fall Kickoff – 10 Teams

Prep Dig Harvest Hustle – 20 Teams

Prep Dig Octoberfest – 33 Teams

Prep Dig Pumpkin Spice Slam – 35 Teams

Prep Dig Events will feature plenty of articles, videos, and pictures all throughout the event which will be featured on  We most recently completed out Top 250 Expo Showcases in Milwaukee and Omaha that had athletes from five different states. 

The Quad Cities Clash will be hosted at TBK Sports Complex, one of the top facilities in the Midwest for a variety of sports, while their indoor facility can host eight full basketball courts and up to 16 volleyball courts. Bettendorf, Iowa is part of the “Quad Cities” which features Bettendorf, Davenport (IA), Rock Island (IL), and Moline (IL).  TBK is home to Platform Elite Volleyball Club. 

TBK Sports Complex

The Quad Cities Clash will be two weeks after Prep Dig’s first event of 2021 with the Prep Dig Resolution in Appleton, Wisconsin that features just under 100 teams competing at two facilities.  Prep Dig has BallerTV live streaming at all of their events. 

Check out our Registration where teams can register on our website for the Quad Cities Clash. 

Registration – Quad Cities Clash