Sign up for 2014 Lecanto Panther volleyball camp!

The Lecanto Volleyball team is a force to be reckon with in the District and is eager to help other students be successful in the game by having these camps. (Photo:Colletti)

The Lecanto volleyball team is a force to be reckoned with in their district and is eager to help other students be successful in the game by having these camps.
(Photo: Colletti)

The Lecanto Panther volleyball team will be holding an instructional camp for local kids. The number of kids able to attend this camp will be limited to 105 kids, so the application needs to be filled out as soon as possible.

This camp is specifically for 4th graders all the way up to incoming 9th graders. This is a great way for students to get practice and scrimmage to prepare for high school volleyball.

The Lecanto volleyball team has a strong following and is responsible for big district runs in the past few seasons.

“Having this camp I think will help a lot of kids improve their skills or give a good building block so they can become good varsity players,” said senior Sidney Holstein.

This camp will be held from June 2-5, from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and the cost per week is $65. There are also sibling discounts. This camp will be held in the Lecanto High School gym. Lunch from the concession stand will be provided, and if you do not wish to buy your lunch, you can bring a bagged lunch from home.

If you have any questions on the details of the camp you can always go the head volleyball coach, Alice Christian, or the camp coordinator Freddie Bullock.

“Being a part of this great team is really a blessing, and I can’t wait to help other kids get more prepared to play high school and  maybe even college volleyball,” said freshman Danielle VanQuelef.

Some fundamentals that will be instructed at the 3-day camp will include serving, passing, and setting, along with actual game time experience that will be spread out between coaching sessions. T-shirts will be included upon sign-up.

“This camp always has a good turn out, and it really gives me the chance to look at the future of Lady Panther volleyball,” said Christian.