16s

 
Kirk  Perry
16 Royal Head Coach
 
Coaching Highlights:
- 6 top 10 finishes in nation
- Finished 2nd in the nation in 16 Open in 2010
- Gold medal at JVA World Challenge in 2014
- 122 players accepted scholarships to Divison I college
Coaching Philosophy:
ďI believe in defining team and individual goals early and then developing the foundation and strategy to achieve them. I strive to leave a positive influence on each athlete that I train and prepare them to compete at the highest level. I like for the girls I coach to learn what it means to depend on their teammates while at the same time learning what it means for others to rely on them. Every year I want each player to leave with more confidence in her game. That is why training, teamwork and commitment are a major focus for all of my teams.
 
About Kirk:
Kirk is going into his 21st year coaching club, and his 15th season coaching with Skyline. He has sent teams 19 years to the Open division of Nationals. In 2004 and 2005 he coached the 16 RoShamBo teams. In 2004 he led his team to a 4th place finish at Lone Star, earning an open bid to Nationals where his team finished ranked 23rd in the nation. In 2005, he led his team to a 3rd place finish bringing home a Bronze Medal at Nationals. In 2006 he lead his 17 RoShamBo team to Skyline's first ever Lone Star National Qualifier Champions going 22-0 in games in the 17 Open Division and a second birth to open nationals after a 3rd place finish in the Southern California National Qualifier. His team finished the season with a national ranking of 17th in the Nation. In 2007 he led his 18 RoShamBo team to a Ranking of #1 in Texas according to LoneStarVolleyball.com and 17th in the Nation at J.O. Nationals. In 2008 his 16 RoShamBo team finished 3rd in the Far Western Qualifier and followed that up with a 22nd finish at J.O. Nationals in the open division. 2009ís 15 RoShamBo team double qualified after winning a National qualifier in Spokane, getting 2nd in Lonestar and finishing 5th in the Nation in the Open level of Nationals. 2010 16 RoShamBo had another great season double qualifying and ending the season with a silver medal in the Championships of Open Nationals. This past year, 2017 his 18 Royal team was ranked #1 in the country by prep volleyball for the first half of the season. The team won the Northeast Qualifier and placed 3rd at the Triple Crown Invitational which plays host to the top 18s team in the entire country. Kirk also coached the Youth National High Performance Team in the North Texas Region in 2005. His team competed against High Performance teams from all over the US as well as international teams finishing 15th. He coached with TAV three years previous to Skyline. Kirk played two years at Stephen F. Austin as an outside hitter. He then transitioned to the beach game where he participated three years on the AVP Qualifying Tour.
 

 
Jason  Bibler
16 Black Head Coach
 
Coaching Highlights:
- 3 Years D1 Head Coach
- 9 years of Collegiate Coaching in the State of Texas
- Navigated ACU through their D1 transition
- 5 years of HS and Club Coaching experience
Coaching Philosophy:
I believe that each athlete learns differently and I make it my responsibility to interact with each athlete in a way that will bring out the best in each of them. I believe in hard work, high expectations and a passion for the game of volleyball wil push athletes to be their best.
 
About Jason:
 

 
Iv  Southivong
16 Molten Head Coach
 
Coaching Highlights:
- Placed 3rd in Gold at 2016 Frozen Fest
- Placed 1st in Gold -2016 Mizuno Volleyfest
- 12 Balck placed 3rd at the PNG in Spokane, WA
- 12 Black placed 3rd at the Northern Light National Qualifier
- 14 Black Double Qualifies for Nationals at Reno & Mizuno LSC
Coaching Philosophy:
Work hard, play hard, and have fun doing it. Itís important that we teach each player to communicate, to be responsible on and off the court, and to hold herself accountable. We have winners and losers in this game, it's important that these young athletes treat everyone in the sport with respect, as well as their opponents, and the officials. I believe in the basic fundamental skills and techniques. I also believe in teamwork: every player has a goal, that goal is to pass, to set, and to attack. When these goals are met, they will have a good outcome. Volleyball is their sport, their passion, and it is my job to inspire and motivate these players to play at their full potentials.
 
About Iv:
Iv is going into his 6th year as a Head Coach with Skyline Jrs. He has been coaching for over 10 years from Volleyball, Soccer, Basketball, to Track and Field for the Dallas Parochial League (DPL). A few of his accomplishments: winning the Championship at Sportsplex Spring League in 2012. His DPL team went undefeated for two years in a role in 2011 and 2012 volleyball season. In 2012, he was also named the Coach for the DPL All-Star Team for the West. In 2012, he was a volunteering coach at the Garland Volleyball Association and St Bernard Catholic School. In 2013, his DPL team finished 1st in the Pre-Season Tournament Championships. His DPL team went on to finished 2nd in the Division 2 Championships Finals. During his first year as a Head Coach at Skyline Juniors Volleyball Club, his team 12 Elite-Royal placed 3rd in the Club at the MLK Tournament. His team finished the season 26th over-all in the NTR. In 2014, Iv became the Head Coach of the Skyline 12 Molten Royal, and also as an Assistant Coach for the 14 Molten Black. He also had the opportunity to work with USAV NTR HP tryout team. Last season, as an Assistant Coach with 14Black National, his team double qualifies for Nationals at Mizuno Lone Star Classic(2nd) and Far West in Reno(3rd) in the USA Division. He is excited about this season and is looking forward to another great year as a 16 Molten Royal and 15 Molten Silver Head Coach.
 

 
Heidi  Johnson
16 Molten Black Head Coach
 
Coaching Highlights:
- Led Prestonwood Christian Academy to State Runner Up
- Led 14 Black to Open Nationals finishing top 25 in Nation
- In 2006 led 15 Black to win the Pacific Northwest Qualifier
- Heading into 16th Year of Coaching
- Captain of University of North Texas for 2005 & 2006 Seasons
Coaching Philosophy:
"I like to build confidence within my players by being an encouragement, while teaching them to stay discipline. Once this has been achieved, then the overall teamwork and effort will follow."
 
About Heidi:
Heidi attended Garland Christian Academy where she led her team to the schoolís first State appearance ever and a 4th place finish. She received several all-district honors, district MVP, First Team All-State and several other awards. Heidi also played club volleyball for six years, three of which were for Skyline Juniors. While playing for Skyline, she set many club records. She led the club three years in a row in overall assists, and she also was awarded MVP honors, and led her team to two Junior Olympic National appearances, finishing 21st and 13th in the Nation. In 2002, she led her team to finish 4th highest in the state of Texas. Heidi continued her volleyball career at the University of North Texas where she was a setter/libero and Team Captain. She graduated in 2006. Heidi will be going into her 17th season with Skyline Juniors. As a young athlete and coach, Heidi has had more exposure to volleyball than most people due to the fact that she is the director's sister and has been heavily involved in the organization, administration, and planning the future for Skyline Juniors for over ten years. She is currently the Associate Director for Skyline. In 2003, she assisted the 16 RoShamBo team to a 1st place finish in the North Texas Region and a 27th place finish at J.O. Nationals. In 2004, she assisted the 16 RoShamBo team to a 4th place finish at the Lone Star National Qualifier which earned her team an open bid to Nationals where they finished ranked 23rd in the nation. In 2005, she assisted her 15 RoShamBo team to a 1st place finish at North Texas Regionals, which earned her team a bid to J.O. Nationals. In 2006, Heidi assisted the 18 RoShamBo team to a 2nd place finish in the North Texas Region Open Qualifier. In 2008, Heidi led her first team as Head Coach, 15 Molten, to win the Pacific Northwest Qualifier in the club division earning them a National bid to J.O. Nationals, and making them the first Skyline "second" team to qualify for Nationals. In 2009, she again led her 15 Molten team to earn an American bid to J.O. Nationals, and in 2010 she brought her 15 RoShamBo Black team to a National bid. In 2011 she led her 14 RoShamBo Black team to an Open bid finishing top 25 in the nation, and making this the first Skyline "second" team to qualify for Open Nationals. This brought her total of qualifying teams for Junior Olympic Nationals to ten. Heidi was also the Varsity Assistant Coach at Prestonwood Christian Academy from 2009-2012 helping lead her team to both the State Runner Up and 3rd place finishes.
 

 
Ian  Johnson
16 Molten Black Assistant
 
Coaching Highlights:
- Qualified 1st "second" team in Open Nationals Division
- Led 14 Black to Top 25 finish in the Nation
- JV Head Coach for Prestonwood Christian for 2 seasons
Coaching Philosophy:
 
About Ian:
Ian is going into his 8th season with Skyline, and his 3rd season coaching a team with Skyline. He married into the Skyline family and quickly jumped on board with learning the sport. He was the head JV volleyball coach at Prestonwood Christian Academy from 2009-2011. In 2009 he assisted his team in winning the Pacific Northwest Qualifier, leading them to be the first "second" team in Skyline history to qualify for nationals. In 2010 he assisted in qualifying the first "second" team in Skyline history in the Open division of Nationals and finishing top 25 in the Nation.