With two-a-day workouts just around the corner, the Lady Buckaroo volleyball team was given a chance to perfect their skills Tuesday and Wednesday with a team camp held at L.T. Cook Gymnasium.

Angelo State University Head Volleyball Coach Chuck Waddington along with Evan Case, who is a graduate assistant at Central Oklahoma University, traveled from San Angelo as guest coaches for the camp.

Waddington says he sees a bright future for the Lady Bucks this fall.
“I was pleasantly surprised coming out here (Breckenridge) because I have never been here before and didn’t know anything about the kids or school,” said Waddington. “They definitely have some talent in the gym.
The Lady Buckaroo volleyball team participated in a team camp Tuesday and Wednesday, July 22 and 23, at L.T. Cook Gymnasium. Attending the camp was back
The Lady Buckaroo volleyball team participated in a team camp Tuesday and Wednesday, July 22 and 23, at L.T. Cook Gymnasium. Attending the camp was back row, (l to r) head coach Jeana Yarbrough, assistant coach Whitney Holt, who both had a spectator role in the camp, team members Kaitlyn Ellis, Makenna Moser, Carri Yarbrough, Cayli Yarbrough, Alexa Medina, Courtney Spoon, Emma Davis, Madison Hatchett, M Caidyn Mitchell, Gabby Speck and Angelo State University Head Coach Chuck Waddington, who was the guest coach. Middle row, (l to r) Ashlyn Shugart, Kenzie Donaldson, Megan Hatchett, Katie Russell, Madi King, Shelby Lipps, Brooklyn Hill, Madeline Pennartz and Evan Case, who is a graduate assistant at the University of Central Oklahoma. Front row, (l to r) Lauren Satterwhite, Faith Fambro, Arin Knight, Jaydn Cisneros, Heather Reatherford and Elaine Bandy. (Brant Thurmond)
I told them at the end that they can told them at the end (of camp) that I think they can make a nice run in the playoffs. This group of young ladies has some good ball control, some nice attackers and they serve pretty tough as well.”

Waddington said that several things that were implemented in the camp were basic fundamental techniques used at ASU.

“We did some things that we do in our gym at ASU with our players to kind of give them the edge or advantage, but it wasn’t nothing crazy,” said Waddington. “The better you get at the simple things, the better team you are going to be and, hopefully, some of the things that we worked on over the past couple of days, they will keep in mind and it will help them when they do face tough teams.

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