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COTR Avalanche sign local talentPosted: June 24, 2012
College of the Rockies Avalanche head coach Steve Kamps is pleased to announce that Scott Bedell (Mt. Baker Secondary School) will be joining the men’s volleyball team roster for the 2012 to 2013 season. Scott brings with him extensive volleyball experience, including four straight Baden Cup invites and participation in the under-17 Team BC program.
“Scott will compete hard for a starting left-side role. His tremendous ball control and positive attributes will be huge assets on the court” commented Kamps.
While attending the College, Scott will be taking university transfer Science courses and looks forward to playing for his home town Avs!
Above photo: Scott Bedell prepares his serve for his debut with the College of the Rockies Avalanche
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