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Home of the yeti

Yeti will host tryouts for boys and girls teams across various age groups, and will offer two levels of play –  Travel Tri-State and Local. The program will bolster self-confidence, foster mental, emotional, and moral growth, bring an athlete-centric focus to skill development, and promote a team success mentality throughout the club.

The Yeti has come to Hillsborough!

WELCOME TO YETI VOLLEYBALL

BOYS VOLLEYBALL
We’re currently taking inquiries from those interested in our boys volleyball program.  Please email info@ironpeakse.com for more information
GIRLS VOLLEYBALL
Iron Peak YeTI PROvIDES PLAYERS WITH A CHANCE TO COMPETE AT 2 LEVELS – TRAVEl TRI-STATE AND LOCAL. Our brand new club will be hosting tryouts 

 

Roster Openings for the Following Age Groups

Travel Tri-State Teams ($20 Tryout fee)

  • U12 – 10/11 & 10/13 (6:00pm)
  • U13 – 10/11 & 10/13 (6:00pm)
  • U14 – 10/11 & 10/13 (7:00pm)
  • U15 – 10/11 & 10/13 (7:00pm)
  • U16 – 10/11 & 10/13 (8:00pm)
  • U17 – 10/11 & 10/13 (8:00pm)

Local Teams (No Tryout fee) –  CREATE AN ACCOUNT BELOW & EMAIL INFO@IRONPEAKSE.COM WITH YOUR PLAYER’S FIRST & LAST NAME AND DOB.

  • U9 – U14  evaluations 10/15 (7:00pm)
 
 
Practice Schedule

Travel Tri-State Format: 

  • Girls’ teams, ages U12-U17 (USAV 2021/2022 birth chart) 
  • Competitive track
  • Season runs Fall – early Spring
  • Rosters hold 10-13 players 
  • Practices: 2-3 per week (1.5 hrs. each), including a 1 hr. SAQ session 
  • Competition in 4-6 GEVA and AAU tournaments in NY, NJ, and PA 
  • Player Fees:  $1200/player; includes  Adidas uniform, tournament fees, practice court fees, coach fees, team USAV and AAU Club membership fees and insurance 
  • Fees do not include – Player USAV and AAU membership and add’l uniform items such as warmups, sweatshirts etc.
 

Local Teams: 

  • Girls’ teams, ages U9-U14  (USAV 2021/2022 birth chart) 
  • Developmental, pre-travel focused curriculum 
  • Season runs Fall – early Spring 
  • Rosters hold 8-10 players 
  • Practices:  2 per week (1 hr. each) 
  • Competition in 1-2 local tournaments
  • Player Fees:  $695; includes uniform, tournament fees, practice court fees, coach fees, USAV and AAU Club memberships and insurance
  • Fees do not include – Player USAV and AAU membership and add’l uniform items such as warmups, sweatshirts etc. 
Jack Casey

Club director & Master Coach - Jack Casey

Coach Casey is originally from Norristown, PA, where he was a 4-year varsity wrestler and senior captain, achieving 86 career wins. As a multi-sport athlete, Coach Casey also excelled in football, cross country, and track.

 

He went on to become a collegiate wrestler at TCNJ and graduated with a degree in Health and Exercise Science. During his time in college, Coach Casey also played for competitive Ultimate Frisbee and captained the team his senior year.

 

Post-college, Coach Casey walked on and was signed by the Philadelphia Spinners, a semi-professional Ultimate team, part of the MLU (Major League Ultimate).  In 2016, he was starting D-line and won the National Championship against Portland. While playing for the Spinners, he was one of the leaders of the team for total D’s and was featured at #5 on ESPN’s SportsCenter Top 10 plays.

 

A number of concussions have sidelined his competitive athletic career since, which has inspired his transition to coaching to fuel his athletic drive.

 

Coach Casey is entering his 3rd year as Varsity Coach for Hillsborough High School Boys Volleyball team and is currently in his 5th year coaching the Girls JV squad. In the 2021 season, the Boys team was ranked 4th in the state and three of his players held top 25 player rankings statewide – #1, #15, and #24.

 

Coach Casey is in his 8th year teaching 5th & 6th Grade Physical Education at Auten Road Intermediate School in Hillsborough.

 

As a lifelong athlete with a diverse background in athletics, Coach Casey brings a unique perspective to coaching.  He spends his days developing athletes of all ages, levels, and abilities.  He is very excited to be a part of the Iron Peak family and to grow a competitive program!

USAV Junior Player Age Definition 2021/2022:

 IRON COMPETITIVE EDGE “ICE” SAQ TEAM TRAINING

In addition to the allotted court time, Iron Peak YETI teams will be provided SAQ training sessions. These training blocks are focused on building a base of athletic skills and movements that translate to peak performance on the court, and also aim to mitigate potential injury. Sessions are mandatory.

All ICE training takes place at our state-of-the-art venue using cutting edge equipment and methodology. Our professional and experienced trainers will work with athletes within intensive Sports Performance training sessions.

These sessions will focus on:

    • Building core strength
    • Fine-tuning proper body mechanics, technique, control, and form
    • Injury prevention methods within SAQ (Speed/Agility/Quickness) exercises – enhancing flexibility, balance, power, explosiveness, basic coordination, and conditioning of frequently and infrequently used muscle groups

Sessions are tailored to meet the needs of an individual athlete’s development within their sport and will prepare them to compete at a higher level and achieve maximum performance potential. The ultimate goal of our training program aims to arm athletes with lasting skill sets, protect against injury, and minimize time spent on the sideline.

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