The Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club is proud to announce that Bernadine Verstraeten and Steve Furnace are returning to run our Grade 7 and 8 Scorpions 2 Development Program this October.
Bernadine is a teacher and has been coaching volleyball for approximately 20 years and is an elite developmental coach. Steve Furnace will be Bernadine's Assistant Coach. Steve has been volunteering with the Monday night program for 8 years and plays volleyball in the adult leagues.
Paul Langan, Founder of the club states, " The respect that Bernadine gets from the parents and players in the program is well deserved. When it comes to teaching skill development to our players Bernadine is exceptional. Having Steve help Bernadine each year makes for a fantastic program. It is no surprise to me that this programs sells out every year."
To learn more and to register for our Fall Programs go to: http://www.scorpionsvolleyball.ca/fallprograms
The Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club is very proud to announce that Raluca Oprean will be the head coach for the Scorpions 14U White Girls team.
Raluca is a former Scorpion competitive player. Her assistant coach will be Catalin Oprean.
The Scorpions 14U White Team plays in the Southwest League.
Paul Langan, founder of the Scorpions Volleyball Club states, "It is great to see a former player like Raluca return to start her coaching career with us. I am confident it will be a rewarding experience for our 14u White team to have the Opreans coaching this Indoor season."
Keeping checking the Scorpions Website for information on tryouts. http://scorpionsvolleyball.ca
The Scorpions Volleyball Club is proud to announce that Samantha Singthong will be the Head Coach for our Atomic 1 Volleyball Program for boys and girls born 2006-2007.
Samantha is the former captain of the Conestoga College Girls Varsity Team. She has coached for 6 years including 2 as an Assistant Coach for the Scorpions Volleyball Club.
Paul Langan, Founder of Scorpions Volleyball Club states, " Sam has over the last two years in the club proven to be a valuable coach. She is a very positive upbeat person whose personality is infectious. She loves coaching in the development program and her passion shows on the court."
The Atomic 1 Volleyball Program is a developmental program developed by Volleyball Canada. The program runs for 9 weeks running on Wednesday nights starting in October. It is held at Our Lady of Fatima School. Cost is only $75. and includes a December 9th tournament and t-shirt.
To register for the Atomic 1 program go to:
The Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club coaches and players will be at the Cambridge Centre Mall Saturday August 22nd, 2015.
WireService.ca Press Release (08/14/2015) Cambridge, Ontario - As part of the Active Cambridge Expo at the Cambridge Centre Mall the Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club Inc. will have a promotional booth there.
The Scorpions Youth Volleyball Program has grown and had over 500 players registered in their indoor programs last year. This fall and winter the club has Learn to Play, House League and Competitive programs for boys and girls Grade 2-12.
The Scorpions Booth is located next to Bath and Body Works store.
Here are some of the things you can do if you visit our booth at the mall.
Founder of the Scorpions Club, Paul Langan states," We look forward to meeting parents and youth from the community to ask them any questions they have about our club and programs. We are very excited about the upcoming season."
Here is the schedule of the coaches at the mall.
Saturday August 22nd, 2015
9:30am- MONSTERS Grades 2-4 Coach
10am - GIRLS 11U 12U Select Team Coaches
11am - ATOMIC Grades 5-8 Boys & Girls Program Coaches
Noon - BOYS 13U,14U Team Coaches
1pm - GIRLS 13U 14U, 15U Team Coaches
2pm - GIRLS 17U, BOYS 15U Team Coaches
3pm - GIRLS 18U Team Coach
The Scorpions Club hours will be Saturday August 22nd from 9:30am to 4:00pm. The mall is located on 355 Hespeler Road.
For more information go to the Scorpions website at http://scorpionsvolleyball.ca, send an email to scorpionsvolleyball(at)yahoo.ca or call Paul at 519-654-0089
For a full size poster of the event CLICK HERE.
CAMBRIDGE TIMES – Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club will expand its 2015-16 fall and winter youth volleyball programs.
Club officials have redefined and expanded their developmental and house league programs for the upcoming season.
Now, the Scorpions will add a program for boys and girls that begins in Grade 2, based on the Volleyball Canada Development Model, and will re-align the program to meet the intent of the Long Term Athlete Development Model, including the addition of circulation – mini volleyball and atomic volleyball.
An estimate of 500 youth will be involved in their various indoor programs this season.
The developmental program costs $75 per child, while the winter house league program costs $95.
For program information, visit www.scorpionsvolleyball.ca, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Paul Langan at 519-654-0089.
PR: Scorpions Hire John Forman and Bernadine Verstraeten Developmental Volleyball Program Coordinators
The Scorpions Volleyball Club are proud to announce that John Forman and Bernadine Verstraeten have been hired to run their Grades 5-8 Atomic Volleyball Youth Developmental Program.
WireService.ca Press Release (07/15/2015) Cambridge, ON - The Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club based out of Cambridge, Ontario is one of only 5 volleyball clubs in Canada accredited by Volleyball Canada.
The club recently celebrated their fifth year anniversary. They had 500 youth in their indoor program and 350 in their beach volleyball programs in 2015.
The club has refocused their energy on their developmental programs. They offer programs for boys and girls from Grade 2-12.
The club uses only Volleyball Canada approved training programs and follows their Development Model.
John Forman will be responsible for the Atomic Volleyball 1 program for Grades 5 and 6.
Bernadine Verstraeten will be responsible for the Atomic Volleyball 2 program for Grades 7 and 8.
Paul Langan, Founder of Scorpions Volleyball Club states," Together John and Bernadine have over 40 years combined experience in coaching youth volleyball and as school teachers. It is critical to the continuing success of the club that we refocus our energy on improving our youth development program. John and Bernadine provide the excitement and experience our Atomic Volleyball Program needs."
A short bio on John and Bernadine is below.
Registration has begun for the Scorpions fall and winter programs. All programs are for boys and girls Grade 2 -12. The registration costs for the programs are less than $100.
For more information go to http://www.scorpionsvolleyball.ca , email at scorpionsvolleyball (at)yahoo.ca or call Paul Langan at 519-654-0089.