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Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Lynn O'Toole

Lynn O'Toole has been the head volleyball coach at Pembroke Hill since 2001. Lynn has amassed over 300 wins as head coach. Lynn also serves as the assistant athletic director for middle school athletics and has previously served as the assistant middle school track coach.

Lynn received her bachelor of science degree in education from Kansas State University in 1996. She began teaching in 1996 in the Vermillion School District, in Frankfort, Kan. Lynn taught K-12 physical education, health science as well as coached several sports, including volleyball at Frankfort High School.

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Assistant Coaches

Veronica Mobley
Tiffani Burch

8th Grade Coaches

Head Coach: Bobbi Elliott
Assistant Coach: Alexis Viene `00

6th Grade Coaches

Head Coach: Sydney Pemberton
Assistant Coach: Codi Lawrence

Team Information

Varsity Schedule

Schedule

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Team Highlights

2016

Raider Award Winner: Jada Large

Individual Honors:

All-District 1st Team: Jancyn Appel, Jada Large, Ashlee Lehr, Riley Kivett, Audrey Lu.
All-District 2nd Team: Jalynn Ervin, Gina Pepitone, Catie Franano, Grace Lattan, Baylor McCrary
All-Region 2nd Team: Jancyn Appel.
All-Region Honorable Mention: Riley Kivett and Ashlee Lehr
MICDS All-Tournament Team: Ashlee Lehr and Jancyn Appel
Academic All-State: Darcy Bond, Jalynn Ervin, Catie Franano, Riley Kivett, Jada Large, Grace Lattan, Ashlee Lehr, Audrey Lu, Baylor McCrary, Gina Pepitone

Team Highlights:
Districts: 1st place

2015

Raider Award Winner: Laura Hibschman

Team Honors:

First place: Districts

Individual Highlights:

Ashlee Lehr: First Team All-District
Elizabeth Gerson: First Team All-District, MICDS All-Tournament Team
Maya Hill: First Team All-District
Jancyn Appel: First Team All-District
Jada Large: Second Team All-District
Baylor McCray: Second Team All-District

2014

Raider Award Winner: Andrea Lu

Team Honors:

First place: Districts

Individual Highlights:

Elizabeth Gerson: First Team All-District
Maya Hill: First Team All-District
Nathalie Kiersznowski: Second Team All-District
Ashlee Lehr: First Team All-District
Andrea Lu: MICDS All-Tournament Team, First Team All-District, Second Team All-Region, MO-KAN All-Star Team
Paige Pepitone: First Team All-District


2013

Raider Award Winner: Victoria Turner

Team Honors:

Third place: St. Joseph Benton Tournament
Fourth place: MICDS Tournament
Second place: District Tournament

Individual Highlights:

Mikaela Judy:
Second Team All-District
Andrea Lu: First Team All-District, Second Team All-Region
Claire Miller: First Team All-District
Victoria Turner: MICDS All-Tournament Team, First Team All-District, First Team All-Region, MO-KAN All-Star Team

2012

Raider Award Winner: Ellen Munday

Team Honors:

First place: MICDS Tournament
Second place: St. Joseph Benton Tournament
Second place: District Tournament

Individual Highlights:

Ellen Munday: First Team All-District, First Team All-Region, Second Team All-State, MO-KAN All-Star Team, MICDS All-Tournament Team
Simone Schmid: First Team All-District, First Team All-Region
Erika Turner: First Team All-District
Victoria Turner: Second Team All-District, Second Team All-Region, MICDS All-Tournament Team

Expectations

Philosophy and Goal

The PHS Raider Volleyball program is dedicated to building not only fundamentally sound, competitive volleyball players, but players with great character, leadership abilities and good sportsmanship. The team philosophy varies a little from team to team.Playing time is never guaranteed at any level and will never be equal among the athletes. There are many logistics involved when deciding playing time. Decisions have to be made with regard to positions, substitute restrictions, work ethic, commitment etc. We cannot guarantee equal playing time at any level. The varsity level is competing to win, yet have fun along the way while building a great team atmosphere. Substitutes and playing time may be very limited at times. The JV team philosophy is not necessarily about the wins and losses. The goal of the JV team is to continue to grow and build their skills so they are one day ready for the varsity level commitment. Playing time at this level will be distributed in a way that works best for the team along with continuing to build the basic skills and strategies for each individual player. Playing time at the ā€œCā€ team level is focused on basic skill level, team commitment and strategic play. Playing time at this level will be distributed to fit the needs of the make-up of the team and yet ensure that each player is given time to develop their skill base. The coaching staff will take a positive approach towards players, other coaches and the volleyball program to build positive self-esteem in our athletes. The volleyball coaching staff will support our athletes while they are trying to balance their school-work, family, athletics and social lives.

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