TRIANGLE JUNIOR LEAGUE
Triangle Junior League is a recreational team opportunity for intermediate level athletes. Six (6) two-hour sessions have as their goal improving both individual skills and providing competitive playing experience. Sessions 1 and 2 include skill evaluations/skill development, sessions 3-5 include match play [competition], and session 6 includes tournament play. Scoring/serving/competition modifications are made as needed by group or level with a goal to teach the game as close to 'game speed' as possible regardless of current skill level. As skill level and understanding improves, modifications will be changed. In this class, both Middle and High school players will be combined and playing together on teams; teams will not be grouped exclusively either HS or MS. These sessions are held on multiple courts and number of participants will be limited. Teams will have between eight (8) and ten (10) players.
Attendees/Participants: Intermediate level youth in grades 6-12 [boys and girls]; those without usav junior club team experience. Every participant is expected to have had some volleyball skill instruction and training experience. Playing experience is desired but not required. League will be played on standard women's net with official weight ball. Triangle Junior League is intended for youth players who have been exposed to skill based instruction and are ready for a team experience, desiring to improve in preparation for HS, middle school or Club team tryouts and/or desiring a local alternative to compete in a league format.
TRIANGLE MINOR LEAGUE
NEW for Fall 2017: Triangle Minor League is designed to provide a training opportunity for student-athletes who are unable to participate on their respective middle school teams [due to grade/age restrictions] AND those seeking to fill the void between summer camps and club tryouts.
Attendees/Participants: 4th grade through middle school athletes with prior club volleyball experience*.
The coaching staff will work on both individual skills and team tactics. Each of the four weeks of training will focus on specific concepts. Mondays will include skill development and drills that address the week’s learning focus. Wednesdays will include competition that will emphasize this same focus with an added element of tracking and measuring progress; teaching our student-athletes about statistical tools. Our training may cover previously introduced concepts for some and brand-new material for others. The hope is that we can provide a mini-session designed to run like typical middle school volleyball practices. These sessions will allow our student-athletes to get meaningful reps, to learn, and to improve.
QUESTIONS: Please contact Jenna Hinton at email@example.com or 919-544-9400.
*Club volleyball experience would include participation on a junior level volleyball team or junior club sponsored developmental program. This excludes local recreational volleyball leagues or camp/clinic experience. For those who unfortunately do not meet either our minimum requirement or are outside our age/grade limit, please visit our website [www.trianglevolleyball.org] and explore the ‘Triangle Junior League’ option. Requisite club experience does not have to be on a Triangle Volleyball Club team to take advantage of this opportunity.
*There are no prorates or walkins; this is a progressive team activity and requires regular attendance. There are no make ups for absences during series.
Early-Bird Registration-Early-bird rates expire at midnight prior to the start date of each camp/clinic. Walkins and same day registrants are accepted ONLY if space permits. All participants must register online. For more information please review Triangle Camp and Clinic Policies. Participants will receive a league t-shirt