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Members of the St. Clair County Community College women's volleyball team have done plenty of setting, spiking, passing and serving this summer. Led by coach Chuck Weisner, five Skippers were instructors at the Lapeer Lightning youth volleyball camp last month at Lapeer East High School. "Lapeer East and Lapeer West high schools have been combined," Weisner said. "It is now called Lapeer Lightning. They have a new coach and he contacted me about running the camp. "He said he has watched us play and was impressed with how we did things." Port Huron Northern graduate Alex Shell, who will be a sophomore this fall, was joined at the five-day camp by freshmen Sarah Phillips of Lapeer, Bri Alspaugh, Hannah Gordon and Kaitlyn Gilchrist. "We were very pleased with how well the camp went," Weisner said. "I thought it was very successful. Our players worked hard, but they had a lot of fun. "With the younger kids in the morning, we did a lot of work on fundamentals. It was more about running an offense and defense for the older kids in the afternoon session." Players in grades fifth through eighth went in the morning, while high school-age individuals attended the afternoon session. Weisner said the two sessions attracted 110 campers. Many of the Skippers were back on the court July 7 to 11 instructing junior players at the SC4 Volleyball Camp. Weisner and the Skippers begin practice Aug. 1 for the upcoming season.
If you are interested in playing volleyball at SC4, contact Coach
Chuck Weisner at (810)
989-5672 by Aug. 1 or fill out this online form.