CA would like to congratulate all our post season teams who participated in the 2015 USAV Girls National Championships in New Orleans, LA and at the 2015 Volleyball Festival in Phx, Az. All teams did outstanding jobs finishing out their season strong!! We hope you have a safe summer and a great start to your new school year!
CA Parents it is time for you to send in your Kroger/Fry report to Deb. Please email her to let her know your total.
Club Arrowhead will be starting their 2nd Annual CAVA (Club Arrowhead Volleyball Academy) program this summer. If you are 12 and under and would like to participate please download a flyer and contact Deb Martin to get signed up.
Space is limited don't wait to register!
Click HERE to go to summer camp page
Looking to improve your volleyball skills in passing, setting, serving & hitting? Sign up for specialized clinics for beginners, intermediate and advanced skill levels. All clinics are held at the Peoria Sports Plex - 16083 N. 75th Ave Peoria 85382. Clinics start in June and space is limited.
Choose your clinics below by following the links.
Tuesday Clinics - Setting Sign up here
Wednesday Clinics - Passing and Serving Sign up here
Thursday Clinics - Hitting Sign up here
If you have any questions please contact Deb Martin
Congratulations to Club Arrowhead's own Lisa Stuck and her GCC Staff...
The 10th-seeded Glendale Community College volleyball team picked up its first national title Saturday the same way it handled pretty much everything else throughout the season -- in spectacular fashion.
GCC (18-13) rallied from a 2-0 games deficit to upset top-seeded Parkland (Il.) CC, 14-25, 14-25, 25-23, 25-10, 15-12, to capture the 2014 National Junior College Athletic Association Division II Volleyball Championship at Phoenix College.
GCC sophomore outside hitter Kourtney Beck, a graduate of Phoenix Barry Goldwater, was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player and GCC coach Lisa Shuck the tournament's Coach of the Year. GCC outside hitter Hailey Christensen (Gilbert Campo Verde) and setter Sydney Bunker (Glendale Ironwood) were named to the All-Tournament Team.
"Our kids are just really resilient," Stuck said. "It doesn't matter the circumstances in each one of them that they always have a shot of winning. Winning a championship is a little bit of luck, a little bit of timing and having the right combination of kids come together at the right time."
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