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Press Release: Scorpion's Kelsey Caza and Amy Cureton selected to the Ontario High Performance Volleyball Camp

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The Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club is pleased to announce that Kelsey Caza and Amy Cureton have been named to attend the Ontario High Performance Camp.

WireService.ca Press Release (06/16/2015) Cambridge, ON - The Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club Inc. from Cambridge Ontario has over one thousand youth in their beach and indoor programs. It is estimated that the Scorpions Club will have approximately five hundred youth in their indoor programs in the fall.

18U Kelsey Caza and 17U Amy Cureton, who both play the middle position, were picked to attend the High Speed Performance Camp after a successful tryout held May 30th at Durham College.

Kelsey Caza and Amy Cureton

The High Performance Camp (HPC) will consist of approximately 48 athletes per gender/age training from June 27th-July 1st, 2015 at Nipissing University. Athletes will develop both physically from intensive on-court training, and mentally through scheduled classroom sessions covering the various aspects of what it takes to be a high performance athlete in volleyball.

24 athletes from the HPC and will be picked to represent Team Ontario and attend their training camp at Brock University starting July 1st.

Janet Cobbs-Mulholland, 18U Scorpions coach states, "Kelsey is a valuable asset not only to the Scorpions Volleyball Club an‎d will be to the University of Waterloo, but also to the High Performance Camp. She brought many positive aspects to the Scorpions with her physical style of play, her mental toughness, her laid back personality and her coachability. She will continue to do that in the future."

Vaughan McMillan, 17U Scorpions coach states- "Having been Amy's coach for the past two seasons, her selection to the High Performance Camp is no surprise. Amy's dedication and commitment to improving her skills has allowed her to elevate her game to the next level. This, along with her leadership abilities has made her a very skilled and valuable player both on and off the court. "

For more information on our club, please go to our WEBSITE

For a high resolution photo of Kelsey Caza CLICK HERE. For a high resolution photo of Amy Cureton CLICK HERE.

You may also contact Paul Langan at 519-654-0089 or by email at scorpionsvolleyball(at)yahoo.ca.

 


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