Volleyball open gym
The final open gym session for girls who aspire to play volleyball for Ramona High School will take place Dec. 17 in the school’s new gym.
The Saturday sessions, which began Dec. 3, will conclude Saturday, although the first two Saturdays of January will be assessment sessions for girls interested in playing on one of Ramona’s Amateur Athletic Union teams. The AAU teams will be formed based on age, skill and experience. No experience is necessary to attend Saturday’s open gym session.
“It’s an opportunity to get ready for tryouts and to explore playing before trying out,” said Connie Halfaker, Ramona High School varsity volleyball coach. “Kids that have never played before are welcome.”
Halfaker will be at Saturday’s open gym session, as will junior varsity head coach Kyle Adelman and varsity assistant coach Adrian Papps. The session for fifth-grade and sixth-grade girls will be from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. while the session for seventh-grade and eighth-grade players will be from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. There is no charge for the open gym session, which includes coaching tips, although there will be a cost for participation in the AAU leagues.
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