Spikes volleyball expands to include grade 7 girls

 

Andy Lee and his team of volleyball enthusiasts are once again hosting the popular Spikes Volleyball program for girls at Seaway District High School beginning in October.

The program will run on Thursday nights from early October until mid December from 7-8:30 nightly.

“This year we are opening it up to girls in grade seven, and it will run up to grade 12,” says Lee. 

“We are working on the same core philosophy of providing the girls the right skills to play the game and have some fun in the process.”

Included in the programming will be a clinic hosted by Ottawa University players/coaches. “We hope to have an Ottawa U alumni work with some of the older girls in their hitting, and we plan to squeeze a Shanna Dawley workout evening into the schedule as well.”

As in years past, the group will be provided the opportunity to travel to Ottawa, for an Ottawa U versus a University of Toronto game.

The program has become a key component in developing volleyball players for the Seaway District High School program and with it now expanded to include the grade 7s, it now becomes a valuable asset to Seaway’s Intermediate School volleyball program.

Lee is grateful to both the Upper Canada District School Board and the Seaway District High School (the school and staff) for their support.

Registration is on a first come, first serve basis. The program cost is $50 per participant or $75 for two sisters. Space is limited to 32 participants.

For more information or to register please contact Andy Lee at 613-543-3649 or andylee@sympatico.ca

For online registration forms, Google South Dundas Volleyball.

Registrations may be done in person through Lilace McIntyre at Seaway District High School or Andy Lee in Morrisburg

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