Looking for any advice here. I will be shooting my daughters volleyball matches this year. This is new to me because I do ninety percent of my shots out doors. Here is the situation, Last night I went to some practice matches to make sure that I had the camera set up correctly before the season starts. I am using my new Nikon D3000. I have a 55 mm lense and a 200mm lense. It was a package deal. I was using to 200 mm lense. I knew from my film experience that I would need to increase the ISO because of the movement of the athletes and the dimmer lighting. But it didn't seem to help; the pics were dim and blurred. I even increased the ISO to 1600, without any beneficial change regarding shutter speed or f stop. At 1600 the blur from movement was okay, but the lighting was no better. But far to grainy for the end of year slide show. I was shooting in manual mode with the aperature at 4 (Max) and a shutter speed of 1/125. If I slowed the shutter speed, the lighting was better but increased the blur. The tough thing is that I am not allowed to use a flash. I even tried it with and without ISO sensitivity turned on. I increased the E.V (I think that it was it was called) several times but it didn't seem to help. I know that there would have been a very noticable differences if I was using film. 400 woud have worked okay. So what am I doing wrong? All advice is welcome. Thank you.