GROVE CITY – Grove Metropolis School head ladies’s volleyball coach Leo Sayles is happy to announce that Wolverine Volleyball Camps will add its inaugural Boys Volleyball Abilities Camp to its slate of camps this summer time at Grove Metropolis School.
The 2-day camp has been scheduled for July 15 and 16 in response to quite a few inquiries Coach Sayles obtained this spring about internet hosting a boys’ camp. The camp for boys coming into grades 8-12 will embody three choices: an in a single day choice and two commuter choices.
The camp is a part of the collection of Wolverine Volleyball Camps held on the campus of Grove Metropolis School. Together with the Boys’ Camp, the faculty will host a Center Faculty Women Volleyball day camp July 18-20, adopted by the Excessive Faculty Women Volleyball Abilities Camp July 21-23. The ladies’ camps have been very properly obtained and reached full capability final summer time.
This fall, Sayles will enter 18th total season as a collegiate ladies’s coach and his fourth at Grove Metropolis School. He additionally coached girls and boys highschool volleyball for 10 years and established a males’s membership program at Bryan School whereas working as head ladies’s volleyball coach.
Grove Metropolis assistant ladies’s volleyball coach Brett Heckathorn will co-direct the camp with Sayles. Heckathorn began 4 years and captained the Grove Metropolis males’s membership workforce. He now serves because the adviser for the POVL champion Membership, which reached No. 5 within the Nationwide Collegiate Volleyball Federation (NCVF) ballot.
student-athletes can discover info and register at www.wolverinevolleyballcamps.com. Spots are restricted so athletes are inspired to register early. For extra info, contact Coach Sayles instantly at [email protected], or name 724-458-2129.
*Males’s Lacrosse- In a sport that featured seven lead adjustments and 6 ties, the Grove Metropolis School males’s lacrosse workforce dropped a 14-13 resolution Friday evening to Denison within the second spherical of the NCAA Division III Championship Match, hosted by York (Pa.) School at Kinsley Area.
Grove Metropolis (15-5) took its remaining lead of the sport, 13-12, with eight minutes left within the fourth quarter when senior midfielder Jed Speers fired in an unassisted objective
Denison tied the sport 21 seconds later when Luke Fisher scored. Fisher then assisted Nate Kay’s eventual game-winning objective with 2:24 left within the sport.
Grove Metropolis trailed 7-3 halfway by the second quarter objective scored 4 instances within the remaining 4:19 of the half to tie the sport. Freshman assault Matt Blythe sparked the comeback when he scored off an help from junior assault James Petrolle. Senior midfielder Michael La Forte and sophomore Elijah Gebhart additionally scored, trimming the result in 7-6.
Freshman assaults Zachary Hougan then tied the sport by scoring an unassisted objective with one second left within the half.
Grove Metropolis surged forward by scoring 3 times within the first 5 minutes of the second half. Blythe scored twice in that span and senior midfielder Brett Gladstone additionally scored.
Denison led 11-10 after three quarters, nevertheless, however Blythe tied the sport with 13:54 left. Senior Grant Evans received the following faceoff and scored the go-ahead objective 14 seconds later.
Blythe led Grove Metropolis with 4 targets whereas Gebhart, Gladstone and Hougan scored twice. La Forte recorded a team-leading three assists whereas Blythe assisted two targets. Gladstone, Hougan and freshman midfielder Trey Zabroski all tallied assists.
Evans received 15 of 30 faceoffs and led Grove Metropolis with seven floor balls. Junior defender Bailey Decker and freshman defender Zach Furry each prompted two turnovers.
Sophomore goalie Danny Stone stopped 9 pictures. Grove Metropolis out-shot Denison (16-4), 55-42. Grove Metropolis had 15 turnovers whereas Denison turned over possession 13 instances. Denison had a 38-30 edge in floor balls.
Friday’s sport marked the second assembly between the groups this season. Grove Metropolis earned a 14-10 house win March 30 over Denison. Denison will play York at 7 pm tonight within the third spherical of the event. York defeated Southern Virginia in Friday’s lidlifter, 18-8.
Grove Metropolis’s 15 wins this season are probably the most in program historical past.