Peak Volleyball Camp comes to South Shore June 17
STATELINE — For three days later this month, the South Shore will feature bumps, sets and spikes. Peak Volleyball is hosting its South Lake Tahoe camp June 17-19 at Kahle Community Center in Stateline.
Though this is Peak’s first year hosting the camp at Kahle, camp director Mike Welch has been leading the camps for more than two decades. Welch coached for 17 years at the NCAA Div. I and II levels and served as head coach of the USA Youth National Team twice.
Peak’s camp staff serve as great role models, have extensive college volleyball experience as coaches and/or players and have college degrees — the highly-experienced coaches work directly with each camp participant focusing on personal attention, skills training and fun games. The camps utilize the latest technology, including HD video feedback on tablets and TVs, power training with speed radar gun technology and digital jump analysis.
The South Lake Tahoe Peak Volleyball camp is for players of all levels from fifth through 12th grade — it has a fun, positive atmosphere and proven training curriculum. Based on the experience of participant groups, training is adjusted for appropriate level and challenge. Sessions range from fundamental skills to advanced position specific training, with offense, defense and transition team systems integrated into the training and games.
Additional Lake Tahoe area volleyball camps include the Donner Lake Beach Volleyball camp July 13-15 in Truckee, Calif., the Tahoe City Performance Volleyball camp July 17-19 and the Tahoe City Peak Volleyball Camp July 31-Aug. 2. Both Tahoe City camps offer an overnight option with dorms, meals and Treetop Adventure at the Granlibakken Resort.
For info and to register for any of the Peak Volleyball camps, visit http://www.peakvolleyball.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (530) 448-0519. Registration is $230 and includes a drawstring backpack, and those that register for two camps will receive a $50 discount — space at the camps is limited.
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