Peak Volleyball Camps return to South Shore; summer slate includes indoor camp at Stateline, beach camp at Zephyr Cove |

Peak Volleyball Camps return to South Shore; summer slate includes indoor camp at Stateline, beach camp at Zephyr Cove

Beach and indoor volleyball camps are coming to South Lake Tahoe this summer. Peak Volleyball Camps kicks off its summer schedule with the South Lake Tahoe Volleyball Camp June 27-29, followed by the Zephyr Cove Beach Volleyball Camp July 25-27.

Each camp is open to players of all levels going into fifth through 12th grade, and offers skills training, position training, game scenarios and a tournament. Courtside HD video, speed radar and other technology is also utilized to help players improve.

Camp staff is a blend of coaches with extensive college coaching experience, former college players and local talent. Camp director Mike Welch is a 17-year veteran NCAA Div. I and II college head coach, and has coached USA Youth National Team twice.

Jody Garry will join Welch for both camps on the South Shore. Garry was the head coach at Cal State Monterey Bay for eight seasons and led the program’s rise to earning its first appearance in the top 25 national rankings — she also served as assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at both Washington State and Idaho State.

The second annual South Lake Tahoe Volleyball Camp will be held at Kahle Community Center in Stateline June 27-29. The Zephyr Cove Beach Volleyball Camp will be held July 25-27 at Zephyr Cove Resort on the shores of Lake Tahoe.

Peak Volleyball Camps will also host camps on the North Shore this summer. These camps include Donner Lake Beach Volleyball Camp July 11-13, Incline Village Volleyball Camp July 15-17, and Tahoe City Volleyball Camp July 29-31.

For information and to register, visit, email or call 530-448-0519. Registration is $250 and includes a free drawstring backpack; those that sign up for two camps will receive a $40 discount. Players must register in advance and space is limited.

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