“We focus on the basics — passing, setting, rotation — and [helping] those kids who have never played before,” Spautz assured. “We want to give them an intro to volleyball, and a great time.”
Spautz is enthusiastic to have counselor and international volleyball player Lance Walker on board for this summer.
Walker has played competitive volleyball since 1997 at Pierce College, Pepperdine University and on Team USA when he traveled overseas to compete in volleyball tournaments.
He brings a great amount of skill, experience and sportsmanship to the camp and establishes a friendly atmosphere that he shares with the young players.
“The simpler you make the game, the easier it is to play,” he concluded.
For children attending the camp that have never played before, camp leaders focus on establishing a strong foundation to build a successful volleyball player.
However, those who are experienced in the game can rest assured that campers are grouped according to age and skill level, allowing everyone to improve.
With a prime foothills location, professional coaching, and a fun-oriented environment, the Recreation League’s youth volleyball camps offers, quite possibly, the most accessible and technical sports summer camp the region has to offer.