The Junior Varsity team has added a practice to their schedule for the remainder of the 2016 season. Junior Varsity will now practice every Wednesday at 3:00 in addition to their regular team practices. Please check the schedule regularly for any changers, deletions, and additions.
WYSC is pleased to announce Jenna Wantuck as the Varsity coach at Cedar Lee Middle School. Jenna currently works with Prince William County Department of Fire and Rescue at the Public Safety Training Center. She started playing volleyball in fifth grade, beginning her long love for the sport. She continued playing into middle school, for both JV and Varsity. In high school, Jenna became Captain of the JV team, and held a starting position throughout her career. In addition to playing for her middle and high school teams, she was also a member of CLASH, a competitive Junior Olympic volleyball program.
Jenna will be entering into her second year coaching with WYSC. In 2015, she coached in the summer and winter developmental programs. Prior to WYSC she coached with CLASH and her high school team. Jenna is also certified in adult/child CPR, AED, and basic first aid.
Her philosophy is “Just like in life, you get out of the game what you put into it.”
WYSC is pleased to announce Emma Clark as the Junior Varsity Coach at Taylor Middle School. Emma Clark has been a substitute teacher in Fauquier County for the past year and is working on her Master's degree in Education at the University of Mary Washington. Upon receiving her Master's, she hopes to obtain a teaching position in Fauquier County as a Middle School Social Studies teacher. Emma has five years of experience coaching on the middle school level, both volleyball and basketball. Emma was very involved in the sports as a student, playing volleyball and basketball from fifth grade until twelfth, and in college she helped put together an intramural volleyball team her freshman and sophomore year. Her coaching philosophy: "I believe that the most authentic practice occurs on the court during a game and I try my best to get everyone to play so that their skills and confidence build throughout the season. At the middle school level in particular, I think it is incredibly important for the players to have a good time so that they develop a love of the sport as well as good memories and friendships among their team."