The Dobson — Surry Community College Volleyball Program hosted an annual volleyball camp last week.
The camp was held in the gymnasium on campus and consisted of 78 campers from grades 4 to 8.
Members and coaches of the Sally Volleyball team directed each camper in the areas of serve, pass, spike, digging and other skills during the camper.
“We had a great camp, and everyone who attended received some great guidance from our players and coaches,” said Caleb Gilly, Sallyhead Volleyball Coach. “Our college team members did a great job helping to teach and develop the basics of volleyball. We hope this camp has helped stimulate interest in young girls playing volleyball. There are a lot of very talented young volleyball players in our area. ”Several campers earned personal honors every grade. At the end of the camp, several door awards and awards were presented with all participants who received the camp shirt.
Fourth Grade: Lori Lynn Whitaker (Coach Award), Ila Wilmoth (Hustle Award), Hannah Smith (Server of the Week), Ada King (Camper of the Week).
5th grade: Amelia Chilton (Hustle Award), Adelyn Wall (Server of the Week), Lilyana Mathis (Camper of the Week).
6th grade: Lyla Stanley (Hustle Award), Sammi Moser (Server of the Week), Peyton Cameron (Camper of the Week).
7th grade: Savannah Collins (Hustle Award), Lily Allen (Server of the Week), Roslyn Oakley (Server of the Week), Mackenzie Wall (Camper of the Week).
8th grade: Kentry Phillips (Hustle Award), Alyssa Jenkins (Server of the Week), Maidan Lee (Camper of the Week).
Sally is ranked nationally by the National Junior College Athletic Association and finishes the 24-5 season as a Region 10 Western Division Champion.
Lady Knights will open the fall 2022 volleyball season on August 19th, going to Wilmington for the Cape Fear Invited Tournament.
Sally’s home opener is scheduled for Rockingham on August 23, 6:30 pm. For more information on Surry Volleyball, please visit https://knights.surry.edu.
Sally announces volleyball recruitment class
The Sally Volleyball Team aims to build on the success of last year when Lady Knights won the Region 10 Western Division Championship while gaining national ranks.
The Order finished Seasons 24-5 while being ranked by the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) vote during the season.
The Lady Knights recruitment class will welcome eight new players to the campus this fall.
“Our gym is expected to be great based on the success of last year’s team,” said Caleb Gilly, head coach of Sally’s volleyball. “We have lost really talented players, but we have also lost important leadership. If we can find the leadership we need to succeed, we will be as good as last year’s team.
“New students are counted from day one,” Gilley added. “Between them and our second grade, we feel like we have a piece to compete again at the national level.”
Hannah Broman, Alleghany High School 6’1 ”, Middle Blocker
Hannah Broman Director Gilly: “Hannah is another big and physical player. She has been a big part of the success of Allegany High School over the last few seasons. Hannah now has her blocking and power. It will be someone who will be a great tool for us in the season. “
Berakline, Galax High School (Virginia) 6’0 “, Middle Blocker
Bellacline’s Gilly Coach: “Bella is another talented middleman with good work ethic. I look forward to seeing how Bella grows as a player throughout the season. She will be a great player. I think I have the tools for. With her work ethic, I think she will succeed. “
McKinley Duncan, Northview Academy 6’3 “, Outside Hitter / Right
McKinley Duncan’s Gilly Coach: “McKinley was the player of the year in her area of Tennessee. She looks forward to bringing her talent to the gym. She’s a physical blocker and from either pin. But you can swing, which is good for us because it allows us to move her and find discrepancies. “
Laci Hash, Galax High School (Va.) 5’5 “, Libero / Defensive Specialist
Laci Hash coach Gilley: “Laci was a big part of Galax High School’s recent volleyball success. She brings great personality and high quality ball control to our gym.”
Pakiakan Maiden High School 5’5 “, Libero / Defensive Specialist
Coach Gilley of Pachia Khang: “Pachia can bring ball control to our gym right away. She is a great outdoor player who will benefit from that experience. Last year, three experienced ball controls from the team. Laci and Pachia help fill the gap because they lost their child. “
Anna Martin, South Stokes High School 5’8 “, Outside Hitter / Right
Anna Martin’s Gilly Coach: “Anna brings leadership to our gym and gives depth in pin positions. She has had to be a reliable player on the high school team for the past four seasons. Anna swings. Has been proven to be a good person to earn points. “
Kara Moore, Wheatmore High School 5’6 “, Setter
Kara Moore coach Gilley: “Kara is an athletic and quick setter born from one of the state’s most successful programs at Wheatmore High School. She couldn’t play the senior season because of an injury, She worked hard in physiotherapy, and I think she will help us soon after coming to our gym. “
Coree Parker, Southwest Gilford High School 6’1 “, Middle Blocker
Coree Parker coach Gilley: “Coree is a physical and experienced player. She has played at the highest levels and has been successful. She originally graduated from high school and devoted herself to UNC-Charlotte. I’m glad that Jim has a terminal in the middle of her level. “