DYNAMIX VBC 14 AAU ARBUCKLE

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ROSTER

#1 - LEAH CHARTER

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#2 - MAICEY HOEBEL

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#3 - EMMA REIS

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#5 - CHARLIE WAYMAN

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#9 - MAGGIE REYNA

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#10 - AUDREY KLUGH

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#11 - JAMIE FIGUEROA

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#12 - MACEY MYERS

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#13 - HAILEY REGNANI

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#15 - REBECCA FELIX

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#23 - YSABEL CHARTER

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#28 - JOCELYN RAMOS

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YASMIN GARCIA

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HEAD COACH

CALLIE MUNIZ

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ASSISTANT COACH

2019 schedule

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AAU-NORTH STATE SERIES

SUNDAY, JANUARY 27TH: SHASTA/U-PREP HIGH SCHOOL

 Tourney #1

Hello everyone,

My name is Callie Muniz and I am assistant coach for the 14’s arbuckle team. Yasmin Garcia is the head coach and we are very glad to be coaching the girls! Our goal is to make sure everyone has fun and everyone learns the game of volleyball.

We began our season energized. But we had a hard time finding a system and rhythm that had us working together. Our first tournament showed us as coaches and players what needed to work on. We needed more physical strength along with motivation in order to be where we wanted. We had wins and losses at our first tournament but we saw growth. We learned that we needed to push the girls and show them what that they are capable of, even if they don’t necessarily think so. 


Looking forward to the next tournament.

Bye,

Callie 

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AAU-NORTH STATE SERIES

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3RD: RED BLUFF HIGH SCHOOL

 Tourney #2

Hello Everyone,

With hard practices, along with motivating the players, the growth from the first tournament to the second tournament, you wouldn’t even recognize it was the same team.  :o) They had energy and passion to show everyone that they were determined to WIN! They played amazing. With little tweaks and errors that could easily be fixed, they showed us everyday at practice they they are willing to push one another and show everyone that they can be the best. This season will be a season of growth and learning the game at a faster pace. Having new players and players that have played a year of club, we are hoping that they can link as one and build one another up. We are excited to see where this journey will take us! We placed 2nd in the Silver Division going 4-1!

Bye for now,

Callie 

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AAU-NORTH STATE SERIES

SATURDAY, MARCH 16TH: RED BLUFF HIGH SCHOOL

Hello guys!

It’s been a while since we have had a tourney but here’s a little recap of our season. We started off struggling but found our rhythm and groove of everything. We worked hard and had the mindset of winners.

This tourney our main setter is out due to hip problem and we had to use one of our hitters as a setter. We are so proud of how the girls stepped up to the challenge. Although we struggled here and there we ended up finishing winning our bracket!

We lost a few girls throughout the day due to them having to leave (for little league) and were left with 7 of our 12. But with hard work a determination they pulled through and took home some Wins!
Yasmin and I are happy with the girls. We are still learning and figuring out our rhythm as a group but they improve each and every day!  

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SATURDAY, APRIL 6TH: FOOTHILL HIGH SCHOOL

Hello everyone!

Here’s the update for our 14’s tourney. We came in a little sleepy but woke up and played a great game. Although we didn’t win, we figured out the little tweaks we needed to make, fought hard, laughed, and played how we knew to. A little mistake here and there but it was a great game overall!

Our second game was not what us coaches wanted it to be but they still shined at some aspects. The back row was working hard to dig the balls but the front row was a little weak. Some things we need to fix up but nothing we can’t handle! We came back after a break and took a victory! We played hard and we had fun, while doing that, we had also found out the rhythm of how the pass, set, hit works. They are working hard to figure everything out.

Onto our next game, the team was smart and knew how to move us around. We struggled, but after seeing how they worked, we were able to pick up and figure out the placement of where they initially wanted the ball to be. Although we did not win, we did play the best we could. Thank you for listening and for the parents who attend and support!

-Yas and Callie