History of the camp

The Camp began in 1987 as a Camp for boys. Keith Cote felt a camp was necessary to try and expose Saskatoon boys to a higher level of technical expertise at an economical cost. The camp was to be a major part of the plan to build a provincially competitive boys volleyball program at Mount Royal. The Saskatoon Secondary Schools Athletic Directorate (SSSAD) had concerns the camp would be practicing out of season as a team, or a chance for Mount Royal to pick a team early. The compromise struck for the camp to proceed was; one, Keith Cote could not actively coach at the camp and, two, the camp had to be open to students from other high schools. This was ultimately the catalyst for Keith to become the camp administrator and for an array of well qualified coaches such as Todd Zazalenchuk, Darryl Young, Myles Kidd, Rob Pasishnik, and Kerry Alcorn to handle the coaching.


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