Volleyball tourney nets $650 for Outreach Center


The annual Youth Leadership Volleyball Tournament at Indian Lake High School netted more than $650 for the Chippewa Outreach Center’s Christmas Party and gifts just before Thanksgiving break. Eighteen teams entered the tournament, but it came down to $woop Gang and Staff. The final match was closer than the teachers would have liked, but as always they prevailed. All the Youth Leadership students helped run the tournament and line judge. Pictured is staff member Ryan Lillard spiking the ball past defenders Austin Parker and Nate Severt during the final match. At the end of the match, freshman Youth Leadership member Macie Robinson presented the donation to Chippewa Outreach Center Director Drew Shick.

The annual Youth Leadership Volleyball Tournament at Indian Lake High School netted more than $650 for the Chippewa Outreach Center’s Christmas Party and gifts just before Thanksgiving break. Eighteen teams entered the tournament, but it came down to $woop Gang and Staff. The final match was closer than the teachers would have liked, but as always they prevailed. All the Youth Leadership students helped run the tournament and line judge. Pictured is staff member Ryan Lillard spiking the ball past defenders Austin Parker and Nate Severt during the final match. At the end of the match, freshman Youth Leadership member Macie Robinson presented the donation to Chippewa Outreach Center Director Drew Shick.


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The annual Youth Leadership Volleyball Tournament at Indian Lake High School netted more than $650 for the Chippewa Outreach Center’s Christmas Party and gifts just before Thanksgiving break. Eighteen teams entered the tournament, but it came down to $woop Gang and Staff. The final match was closer than the teachers would have liked, but as always they prevailed. All the Youth Leadership students helped run the tournament and line judge. Pictured is staff member Ryan Lillard spiking the ball past defenders Austin Parker and Nate Severt during the final match. At the end of the match, freshman Youth Leadership member Macie Robinson presented the donation to Chippewa Outreach Center Director Drew Shick.

The annual Youth Leadership Volleyball Tournament at Indian Lake High School netted more than $650 for the Chippewa Outreach Center’s Christmas Party and gifts just before Thanksgiving break. Eighteen teams entered the tournament, but it came down to $woop Gang and Staff. The final match was closer than the teachers would have liked, but as always they prevailed. All the Youth Leadership students helped run the tournament and line judge. Pictured is staff member Ryan Lillard spiking the ball past defenders Austin Parker and Nate Severt during the final match. At the end of the match, freshman Youth Leadership member Macie Robinson presented the donation to Chippewa Outreach Center Director Drew Shick.
https://www.weeklycurrents.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2018/11/web1_Photo1-1.jpgThe annual Youth Leadership Volleyball Tournament at Indian Lake High School netted more than $650 for the Chippewa Outreach Center’s Christmas Party and gifts just before Thanksgiving break. Eighteen teams entered the tournament, but it came down to $woop Gang and Staff. The final match was closer than the teachers would have liked, but as always they prevailed. All the Youth Leadership students helped run the tournament and line judge. Pictured is staff member Ryan Lillard spiking the ball past defenders Austin Parker and Nate Severt during the final match. At the end of the match, freshman Youth Leadership member Macie Robinson presented the donation to Chippewa Outreach Center Director Drew Shick. Submitted photo