On Wednesday October 14, 2015 the 5 pm -7 pm, the "Advanced" East Oahu Volleyball Team played the Ladysmiths Canadian team from British Colombia, our East Oahu Kids played an amazing 4-set match which is a Tribute to our Excellent East Oahu Volleyball Coaches..
April 1st, 2015 Alberta Canada played East Oahu Volleyball Club Girls and Boys in a competitive 5 Set match, East Oahu won 4 out of the 5 matches. A big mahalo to the Canadian Girls Team and Coach Wang.
East Oahu Childrens Volleyball Clinics
Our Clubs Mission:
To enhance volleyball athletic skills and abilities, promote the importance of teamwork. To support a “positive” learning and team educational environment for our “na keiki,” and assists them in becoming "productive people" in our community.
Wednesday's Volleyball Clinics,
Boys & Girls Ages 6-17
See VOLLEYBALL SCHOLARSHIPS "Below"
$70.= 4 Clinics Per Month "Lowest Cost In Town"
NEW PLAYERS CAN SIGN-UP EVERY WEDNESDAY @ 300PM, *(Limited Space) We Start 330pm and 5pm "SHARP"
Please be at the gym 15 minutes early
"Voted #1 Clinics by The Parents"
Clinics are held at the Holy Trinity Church/Gym Every Wednesday, All-Year-Round minus any major holidays or church events.
Clinic 1 (Boys & Girls) Advanced Clinic 2 (Boys & Girls)
Prompt Start @ 330-5:00pm Prompt Start @ 5:00pm-6:30pm
(ages 5-11) (ages 11-17)
***call Steve @ 808-371-1868 for more information.
Clinics Location; Holy Trinity Church/Gym 5919 Kalanianaole Highway Honolulu.*The driveway is right before the Church and ALL parking is only in the back of school as the front areas are currently being repaved and is for church parking only.
East Oahu played the Canada Gulf Islands (GISS) Secondary School Scorpions Volleyball team played East Oahu on October 8th, 2014, East Oahu won 4-0 in a competitive match. We want to thank the Gulf Islands for coming to Hawaii and look forward to playing you again, Steve Capone Club Director East Oahu Volleyball Club
9/24/14 East Oahu VB Advanced 5 PM 2nd Clinic Team played "Fantastic" and was well coached by the very experienced East Oahu Coaching Squad, although our players were several years younger we played a tough Sullivan Heights Canadian High School team to a 2-2 Tournament Tie, Great Job East Oahu!!
EAST OAHU STAFF
Head Coach Jerry Taniguchi, Club Director Steve Capone,
and "Former" Club Coach Glenn Chong,
Coach Sage Capone 7-yr. Clinics Club Coach/ Club Manager)
For twelve successful years Steve Capone’s company, Estate Planning Consultants Of Hawaii, has sponsored and coordinated the East Oahu Volleyball Club and has helped 1000’s of Hawaii boys and girls develop and advance their volleyball skills. Steve has served the volleyball community’s youth on the east side for 10 years now. “It gives me tremendous satisfaction when I see our young boys and girls develop and advance their all-around volleyball skills and especially when I see them excel in their high school and college volleyball careers,” says Steve.
Steve’s East Oahu Volleyball Club has gained national attention attracting teams from Canada, Brazil, and California. Out-of-state volleyball clubs often conduct year-round fundraising so they can plan an annual vacation to Oahu centered around playing Steve’s volleyball teams. This fall, an All-Star team from one of Vancouver, Canada’s top high schools is returning again for their second trip focused on scrimmaging Steve’s East Oahu Teams. Many of East Oahu’s volleyball players have received valuable volleyball scholarships to schools including St. John’s, UH, Pepperdine, USC, Colorado State, and many more.
East Oahu volleyball players have gone on to become top local volleyball players for their respective high schools including Kamehameha, Punahou, Iolani, MidPac, Maryknoll, Hawaii Baptist, Castle, Kahuku, Kaiser, Kalani, McKinley, Roosevelt, Kalani, and more
Shawna Santos 7-Year East Oahu Player Received a 2012-2013 Full Volleyball Scholarship @ St. John's "Thanks East Oahu". Aaron Bright, Senior - Outside Hitter - Honolulu, HI Much Mahalo East Oahu !
Aaron Bright is a senior who has been a member of the USC Club Volleyball team since Fall 2010. Aaron attended Moanalua High School in Honolulu. He did not start volleyball until after high school when he joined the East Oahu Volleyball Club team in 2008 as an Outside Hitter. Aaron credits East Oahu Volleyball Club for his growth and advancements in volleyball. He currently works as a Student Athletic Trainer with the USC Men’s Varsity Volleyball team. He is double majoring in Kinesiology and Neuroscience
WHAT PARENTS AND PLAYERS CAN EXPECT ! Our volleyball clinics will introduce kid friendly drlls and a non-intimidating Environment: Our volleyball drills are created for children with the consideration of age and volleyball experience. We understand that your children will have different volleyball experiences and coordination levels, we will make sure your children learns at their own pace to be comfortable with the sport of volleyball. •We will introduce Volleyball Fundamentals which will include the basics of passing, setting and arm swing. Also the basics of hitting, serving and digging. There will be multiple person and team drills, court recognition and a Fun King-Of-The Court Competive Team play. Always a Fun Environment • (5pm-630pm) will focus on Body Movement Training, We will emphasize core, coordination and strength training within our volleyball fundamentals. There will be some competitive wash-drills and scrimage play.These advanced techniques will be introduced to the players as they improve week by week.
Our Advanced Clinic Group We have some of the Best Coaches in Hawaii, they are extremely patient, sensitive, caring and their excellent teachers. One of our head coaches was named Coach Of The Year recently. We will keep the ratio of coach to athlete to 1:10. This ratio will benefit athletes as they will be kept on task and focused. If needed there will be sideline coaches to help athletes that need brief one-on-one training.What makes East Oahu Volleyball Clinics Special ! •: Parents are incouraged to follow their childs progression. This will also allow parents to learn techniques & drills so they may continue their child’s development at home at least once per week. Parents of 5-7 year olds can help periodically with drills. This special time between parent & child will help enforce technique and goals later when the athlete can practice at home.Parent Involvement
Our Clinics Head Coach, Jerry Taniguchi is a 1998 D2 Stand Out Champion Player at Graceland College and a former Kaiser High School Head Coach. Our second clinics head coach is Mr. Glenn Chong who currently is the Head Coach at Kapolei High School and who was recently Voted "Coach Of The Year" in 2009. Glenn has lead many teams to successful OIA State Tournaments. Our third coach Kristal Tsukano is currently the volunteer coach for Kamahameha Girls Volleyball Team.
Our Clinics Assistant Head Coach, Sage Capone graduated from Kalani High School, he was the OIA Second Team All Star selection at Kalani High School and Sage is East Oahu's only 10 year Club Member and Manager at East Oahu Volleyball Club.
For more information or if you’re interested in joining our clinics contact Mr. Steve Capone Club Director @ 808-371-1868
We are Located "Ocean Side" at the Holy Trinity Church/School Gym: 5919 Kalanianaole Hwy., Honolulu Hawaii
East Oahu Youth Volleyball Clinics club donation fee is $70 per month. Please note that all club donations are used to pay for volleyball equipment, coaches, uniforms, advertising and other miscellaneous Club expenses. All other proceeds are donated to support the Holy Trinity Church. For any questions please contact Steve Capone (East Oahu Childrens Clinics Director) at 808-371-1868. Mahalo and God Bless!
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Watch Youth 2012 Clinics Videos(click on the below links)
The East Oahu Boys Volleyball Club wants to extend a Fond and Loving Memory to William "Bill" J. Donnelly Jr. and his family. Bill was the Holy Trinity Gym manager. He volunteered full-time helping to maintain and coordinate the Holy Trinity Gym and all of it's functions. Bill loved helping our Volleyball Club, he had more concern for others than for himself and set an encouraging example by never allowing his physical limitations to limit his life. His endurance served as strength to many others. We will miss him dearly. He was a great person and friend......