Hot off of last year’s provincial championship win, Coach Scott is back as head coach of our 13U Girls-A team. Scott has been an elementary school teacher for over 20 years and teaching and coaching here in the Durham area for the past 15 years. Scott is a Certified Development Coach and a trained Advanced Development Coach. This is his third year as a Continue reading “Provincial champ coach, Scott Senft, returns to 13U girls”
Cris is a former professional volleyball player who played in the National League in Europe (Romania) for 17 years as a setter and right-side hitter. He is a Certified Advanced Development Coach (Level II) who also holds his European National Coaching Certificate. In the summer of 2019 Cris was the head coach of the OVA Regional High Performance 14U boys’ bronze medallist team and in 2012 his girls team won the Ontario Provincial and Canadian National Championships. He also holds his provincial level referee certification with Volleyball Canada and the Ontario Volleyball Association. This year, Cris will focus on developing our youngest athletes to help them master the basic fundamentals to raise their game, confidence, and love of the sport! He looks forward to seeing all 2008 and younger athletes at our upcoming tryouts! Don’t forget to sign up online for our next 12U clinic that takes place on Aug 26.
Congratulations to our own 12U Crush who have just been crowned ONTARIO PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS. Crush was one of 48 teams competing in the 12U division in Waterloo for the Ontario Provincial Championships that wrap up the season for our 12U athletes. It took 7 games and 15 sets (losing just 1 set all weekend) for Crush to to earn the title of Division 1 Tier 1 Champs. Congratulations to our player and coaches and a special thanks to the most supportive parents a team and club could ask for. 12U Crush players are Jessica Elford, Emily Jackson, Taylor Landers, Taylor Leblanc, Megan Mokus, Camryn Penny, Isla Senft, Sophie Smith, and Reese Van Volsen. Scott Senft and Cassandra Leblanc are in their second year of coaching our 2007 players at DRVC.
We look forward to bringing you a summary of all of our team’s accomplishments at provincials. While not every team comes home with a medal, all have improved their ranking this season and that’s progress we can be proud of — marathons, not sprints!
Durham Rebels is working hard to create solid foundation programs for our youngest athletes. Most of our junior rep athletes come from our summer camps and Learn to Play programs. There’s just 3 spots left in week 3 of our summer camp while week 1 has just 10 spots — don’t miss your chance to take part in a program that focuses on skill development and fun! Register soon!