Saturday Skills and Scrimmages (SSS)
Head SSS Director Joanne Dekker - Joanne played and captained her team at Catholic University in Washington, DC , has been a WLVBC Club Coach, and is the long time head coach of WLVBC’s popular Saturday Skills and Scrimmages program. This is the 10th year of the SSS program and sells out every year. She has assisted with WLVBC's Sand and Grass program and clinics. Coach Dekker has coached all levels for Loudoun Youth Volleyball out of Blue Ridge Middle School. She is IMPACT and SafeSport trained.
2018 details will be coming soon. This program sells out quickly every year so check back often so you know when registration will open in December.
What is the SSS Program?
"SSS" stands for "Saturday Skills and Scrimmages". This program is open to boys and girls (ages 9-17) and includes 10, 2-hour training sessions held on Saturday afternoons beginning in January.
The program cost is $150. The cost covers facility rentals, equipment and a t-shirt for participants.
SSS is split into two age brackets: 7th grade and above, and 6th grade and below. Program is run out of Patrick Henry College gym facility.
7th grade and above will practice from 12:30pm to 2:30pm.
6th grade and below will practice from 2:30pm to 4:30pm.
Each session will include structured drills to develop fundamental volleyball skills, as well as scrimmaging opportunities for developing team skills and experience. It’s a great way for a new player to develop skills, and for more experienced players to stay on the court and advance their skills.
WLVBC SSS reserves 24 slots for the 7th Grade and above group, and 24 slots for the 6th Grade and below group. These sessions sell out quickly and are on a first-come, first-served basis.