SALINA – The Wolf Women of North Sevier High School held a four-day camp to help prepare for the upcoming volleyball season in Salina, June 24 through 27.

The camp was organized by Audrey Brown, NSHS’s head coach, and was attended by 29 girls from seventh through 12th grade. 

“We opted to bring in coaches from an organization called Gold Medal Squared for the camp,” said Brown. “It has been around since 1985 and has some of the best coaches in the country. They provide camps and clinics for various levels – high school, clubs, collegiate and foreign leagues. The camp has been great for the girls, as well as myself as their coach.”

Two coaches from Gold Medal Squared, Devin Young, assistant coach of the men’s volleyball team at Brigham Young University, as well as Nathan Young, a player on Utah Valley University’s club team, coached the Wolf Women during the camp.  

“We approach each camp or clinic with one goal in mind – to improve the quality of volleyball players and volleyball coaches,” said Devin. “ We use a unique process by which volleyball coaches are given the necessary tools to teach the skills to their players, to understand the tactics of the game, to make better use of limited time with their players and develop winning programs.”

The new season will officially kick off for the Wolf Women mid-August. The squad will have five seniors returning to the court for NSHS.

“We will have a handful of girls with a lot of experience and court-time,” Brown said. “We are looking forward to, and very excited for, the up-coming season.”

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