Summer volleyball camps and grass volleyball tournament in Tahoe City |

Summer volleyball camps and grass volleyball tournament in Tahoe City

TAHOE CITY, Calif. and#8212; Tahoe Volleyball is hosting four action-packed volleyball camps and a grass volleyball tournament in Tahoe City this summer. The summer volleyball camp series will bring in college coaches and college players to work with participants. There is a perfect volleyball session for girls youth, boys youth and adults of all ability levels. Tahoe Volleyball camps have a positive atmosphere and great training curriculum. Participants will warm up with music, and then play drills and games that develop skills, team offense, team defense and transition play.

The Peak Volleyball Camp July 11-13 and Peak Position Volleyball Camp, July 14-16, are at North Tahoe High School. Sessions are 9 a.m.-3 p.m. and include lunches each day. Open to girls and boys ages 10-18, it includes skills training, game scenarios and competitions. The Peak Position Volleyball Camp, open to girls and boys eighth through 12th grades, includes position specific training for setters, middle blockers, outside hitters, right side hitters, and liberos. Registration is $249 for each camp.

The Team Retreat Camp, July 19-21, at North Tahoe High School is a team camp for varsity, JV, freshmen and middle school teams. It is the ultimate team camp with skills training, team systems, team building, and competitions. Sessions are 9 a.m.-3 p.m. and include lunches each day.- Registration is $229 per player.

The Lakefront Outdoor Volleyball Clinic at Pomin Park, July 22-24, is open to adults and youth of all ability levels. The clinic includes two days of lakefront outdoor volleyball training and games, and includes entry into the Lakefront Grass Volleyball Tournament on July 24. Registration is $199.

The Lakefront Grass Volleyball Tournament on July 24 has an awesome lakefront setting at Pomin Park. Open divisions include menand#8217;s doubles, womenand#8217;s doubles, youth boys doubles, and youth girls doubles for $75 per team; and a reverse co-ed 4-person division for $140 per team. Check in at 8 a.m.

Camp Director and Head Technical Coach Mike Welch is a full-time resident in Truckee. His experience includes being an NCAA Division I and II college head volleyball coach for 17 years with 267 career wins, six nationally ranked seasons, and five conference championships. Welch was the head coach at Idaho State University, University of North Florida, and at Morehead State University. He has coached players who became a two-time Olympic Gold Medalist, Olympic Best Scorer and Silver Medalist, numerous National-Players-of-the-Year and college All-American honorees.

Welch said, and#8220;The sessions are an opportunity to receive expert training and enjoy a positive environment. Our events are fun, fast paced, and focused on helping each player achieve their personal best.and#8221;

For information or to register visit, e-mail or call 530-448-0519. Get $25 off each person when registering two or more family members, or $50 off with a second camp/clinic registration for the same participant. If you have a Truckee or Tahoe zip code with your billing address, type in the coupon code LOCAL when registering, and receive an additional $5 off. Space is limited.

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