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    Don Demas
     
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        Downstate hosts adult open gym, every Friday, from 7:30p to midnight. We have 4 courts of co-ed volleyball, at varying skill levels - come join the fun!



        TOM HOGAN
        2008 US Women's National Team Asst. Coach
        2011 Girls’ Select A2 Head Coach

        Do you have any advice to offer parents? Getting your kids involved in team sports is a gift you give them for life. Volleyball is a game that instills confidence, commitment, teamwork, strategic thinking and so much more. Once they’re in sports, parents can never be too positive when supporting them. After a great game or a rough match, players are looking for positivity and understanding and support. Nothing beats a hug from mom and dad.

        "The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand." -Vince Lombardi


        17 Black's Taylor Pannell Named Athlete of the Month

        By Staff 12/08/2018, 11:30am EST

        Pine Bush junior volleyball player, Taylor Pannell has been a three year varsity starter and important part of the success of the Pine Bush volleyball program. Taylor played a major role in contributing to the volleyball team’s success this past season.

        Congratulations Taylor!

        For the full article click here.

        Congratulations Mychael!

        The junior outside hitter has already amassed more than 1,500 kills in her career, and earned second team all-state honors for her work on the court this year.

        Vernon said it’s “shocking” to hear opposing teams talk about Ossining as highly as other sectional powerhouses such as Hen Hud and Panas. The Pride won titles in 2016 and 2018, exactly two years apart, albeit under vastly different circumstances.

        For the full article click here.

        Congratulations Kayla!

        Those that know her best know this, those that play club volleyball know this, her future coaches at Howard University know this, and her high school coach Danyel del Rosario knows this.

        But Nanuet needed her to be more than just a setter, so she took on a significant portion of the Golden Knights’ hitting responsibilities. While her 5-foot-7 frame does not lend itself well to the position, her 30-inch vertical leap does more than enough to make up for it.

        “I think it’s made me an all-around player, being able to hit in high school and then go back to setting,” said Diaz, who is this year’s Journal News/lohud Rockland girls volleyball Player of the Year. “I think it definitely helped me out for college.”

        For the full article click here.