RAGE WOULD LIKE TO GIVE A VERY SPECIAL THANK YOU TO DAVE COLLINS, FOR ALL OF HIS YEARS OF DEDICATION AND SUPPORT. WE WISH HIM ALL THE BEST ON ALL HIS FUTURE ENDEAVORS!! YOU WILL BE MISSED!!
Rage clinics are attended by players from schools and clubs all over Northern California. They are fun and fast paced. Clinics are held Sunday Afternoons at the Ripon High School Gym (301 N. Acacia Ave Ripon CA).
Clinics are drop in (you don't need to pre register you just need your waiver form). IF YOU ARE NOT PRE REGISTERED A PARENT MUST ACCOMPANY YOU TO YOUR FIRST CLINIC TO FILL OUT THE CLINIC WAIVER FORM.
Session #1: 1:15-3:15 For ages going into school Grades 5-8 (and under), Cost $20
Session #2: 3:30-6:30 For Ages going into Grades 9-12, Cost $25
All players must have current membership to the Northern California Volleyball Association (NCVA). If you played NCVA Club Ball this past Season please bring your NCVA number with you.
If not you will need to sign up for an NCVA Indoor Camps and/or Clinics (Juniors) pass at http://www.ncva.com/info/registration/register-as-a-member/. You will need this membership before attending clinics/camps. The sign up process for NCVA Membership is simple and usually takes less than 10 minutes, your NCVA membership pass will cover the camp and clinic season then expire on October 31 2017. (please note *Rage Volleyball is a member of the NCVA and USA Volleyball, this membership is required by our parent organizations)
Jaida Ward of Tracy claimed another beach volleyball title last week when she and Tanner Pemberton placed first out of 25 teams at the California Beach Volleyball Association championships in Santa Cruz on July 12.
The win qualified the teens, both members of Rage Volleyball Club of Ripon, to compete in the USA Volleyball Junior Tour on Aug. 2 in Santa Cruz for a chance to reach the California Cup State Championship on Aug. 26 at Manhattan Beach.
Ward, a junior at Lincoln High in Stockton, and Pemberton, a senior at Calaveras High, won
their first match in pool play 21-0, with Ward serving for 21 consecutive points. They won three
21-14, 23-21 in the championship bracket.
Ward is also qualified to compete at the Northern California Volleyball Association Championships on Aug. 12 with her other playing partner, Jessica Schumann, also from Calaveras High and Rage Volleyball Club