Scorpions Nation is proud to congratulate Olivia Leite, the Scorpions Bursary Award winner for 2023
Here are some of Olivia's reflections from her time with Scorpions Volleyball:
"Over the past two years, my time with the Scorpions Volleyball Club has been an unforgettable journey filled with passion, camaraderie, and personal growth. The supportive and encouraging environment within the club fostered my love for the sport, allowing me to push myself beyond my limits and achieve milestones I never thought possible. I can genuinely say that playing for the Scorpions Volleyball Club has been a defining chapter in my athletic journey, shaping me not only as a player but also as an individual.
Olivia played on the 18U Telsons team this past year.
We wish her all the best as she begins her post secondary studies at Brock University this fall.📚🏫
Breaking nEws....11/12 Tournament Series
The Scorpions Volleyball Club is proud to announce our 12th year of providing the 11u/12u Tournament series.
These tournaments are open to any girls, boys or mixed teams (born 2012, 2013 or later). These tournaments focus on playing a maximum number of games to ensure lots of touches and FUN!
It is 6 vs 6 Rallyball Format (Triple ball) and the cost is a $200 donation per team.
Tournament dates for the 2023-24 season are:
Saturday December 2, 2023
Saturday January 13, 2024
Saturday February 10, 2024
Saturday March 23, 2024
Saturday April 13, 2024 - Championships
All tournaments will be held at Preston High School.
Registration details will be posted in October, 2023. Keep checking our website for details.
Here we Grow again!
The Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club Inc. has received an Ontario Trillium Foundation Grant to help fund the renovation of indoor volleyball systems and referee stands.
The Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club Inc. is one of the largest and fastest growing youth indoor volleyball clubs in Canada.
This year the club is celebrating 12 yrs of providing youth indoor volleyball programs to the public.
The club has been a recipient of a grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation to help partially fund the renovation of volleyball standards, nets and referee stands to allow them to maximise their use of facilities and increase their enrollment for years to come.
Tracy Knudsen, Co-President of the Scorpions states, "Our heavy use of the volleyball standards and equipment happens because of our large youth registration.
We would like to thank the Ontario Trillium Foundation, an Agency of the Government of Ontario, for funding the renovation of these volleyball systems. Investing in healthy activities for youth is paramount to the mandates of our club and the Trillium foundation."
For more information on Scorpions Beach Volleyball Programs go to http://scorpionsvolleyball.ca