The North Carolina High School Athletic Association reports that it has received documentation that Chapel Hill High School coach Sherry Norris is a new leader in the state of North Carolina in career volleyball victories.
The Duke University women's volleyball team is coming to Neuse CharterSchool Tuesday to conduct a volleyball camp for the greater Johnston County area. The camp for grades 5-8 us from 3:45 - 5:45 p.m. with check-in at 3:30pm. Grades 9 - 12 go from 6:30 until 8:30 with check-in at 6:15.
The camp is limited to the first 20 fully-registered athletes for each session; stand-bys will be invited into the gym on a first-comefirst-serve basis if space is available. The cost for the camp is $30 per athlete and the camp will provide college-level instruction from bothDuke coaches and players.
Registration and payment can be hand-delivered to coach Kurt Bienias at 909 Booker Dairy Road, Smithfield. Bienias and he can be reached at email@example.com or 919-938-1077, extension 222.
Chapel Hill's Sherry Norri has been named the 2012 women's Toby Webb Coach of the Year by the N.C. High School Athletic Association. Norris, who has coached two volleyball teams and one girls' basketball team to past NCHSAA championships, has led Chapel Hill teams to more than 1,100 total wins over 34 years.
USA Baseball's inaugural Women's Development Camp takes place this weekend at the USA Baseball National Training Complex in Cary.
Details for that camp and camps in other sports, plus team tryouts, league registration, instruction and tournaments can be found in the Play! Recreational Sports Calendar below, an expanded version of the calendar that appears each Tuesday in the print edition Sports section.
The Southern Zone Age Group Swimming Championships, which start today at the Triangle Aquatic Center in Cary, are just one of the many recreational sports events you'll find listed below in the expanded version of the Play! recreational sports calendar.
Girls ages 12 and younger who love volleyball are invited to attend informational and training sessions from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. on July 26 and Aug. 2 at West Johnston High School. The free clinics are organized by the West Johnston coaches and players. For more info, contact Jerry Hogan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Madison Bugg, one of the top high school volleyball setters in the country, has committed to Stanford.
The Triangle Volleyball Club will send seven teams to Atlanta this summer to compete in the USA Volleyball Girls Junior National Championships.
The first of the Morrisville-based club’s teams to qualify was Triangle 18 Black, which qualified in the 18 Open division by finishing third at the Big South National Qualifier in early April.
The remaining six bids were earned at Carolina Region bid tournaments held in Greensboro on April 30.
Volleyball no longer is just an indoor, hard-court game in the Triangle. The players have taken the game to the sand.
Beach volleyball has developed a strong following, and this past weekend nearly 200 players on 88 teams from across North Carolina and as far away as Georgia took to the sand courts at Raleigh's Jaycee Park and North Cary Park.