Lady Flames to host Volleyskillz again
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THE LEE UNIVERSITY volleyball team and coaching staff will be hosting the annual Volleyskillz League again this year, and registration is already underway. Getting ready for the new season are, front from left, Ciara Woody, Taylor White and Kaleigh Hughes; back, Coach Jesse Elliott, Paula Martins, Patty Orozco and Latrice Johnson. Lee University photo
THE LEE UNIVERSITY volleyball team and coaching staff will be hosting the annual Volleyskillz League again this year, and registration is already underway. Getting ready for the new season are, front from left, Ciara Woody, Taylor White and Kaleigh Hughes; back, Coach Jesse Elliott, Paula Martins, Patty Orozco and Latrice Johnson. Lee University photo
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The Lee University volleyball team and coaching staff will be hosting the annual Volleyskillz League again this year, and registration is already underway. Action begins on March 17 and will run through April 26.

The players and coaches will stress fundamental skill training and offer real game-play experience. The sessions will take place on Monday and Wednesday of each week from 4 to 5:30 p.m. and will held at Lee University's Walker Arena.

"The Volleyskillz League is essential and beneficial to any 10-14 year old in Bradley County," said Lee Head Coach Andrea Hudson. "The game of volleyball is technical, and the sooner the players learn proper technique the better they are going to be as they enter high school.

"We believe our coaching staff and players know how to teach these skills, and we really focus on this six-week camp to help them move to the next level," explained Hudson. "We have a lot of Hamilton County kids that drive up two days a week for this as well some players from Dayton. We really want to emphasize the importance of signing up early so we will not have to turn anyone away."

A PDF document can be found on the Lee athletic website or by calling coach Hudson at 614-8453 to pick up the form.

A down payment of $60 will secure a spot, and the total cost of the camp is $125. Discounts will be offered if signing up multiple kids in a family. Spots are limited, so register as quickly as possible.