Jon  Rye
17 Royal Head Coach
Coaching Highlights:
- Co-Founder of Skyline Juniors, 17 years with Skyline
- Qualified last 8 teams in Open of Girls USA Championships
- Former Head Coach, Texas A&M Men's Volleyball Team
- North Texas Region Board Member: (2002-2006, 2009-Present)
- Texas A&M Men's Volleyball 1995-1999; Conf. MVP in 1998
Coaching Philosophy:
“Much of what I believe in has been embedded in the Mission and Core Values of the Skyline Organization. I constantly seek to encourage and instruct my athletes as often as possible. I see myself not only as a coach but as a ‘trainer”; a trainer of fundamentals, disciplines and responsibilities. It is my goal to teach my athletes to play hard no matter who their opponent is while always reinforcing the importance of keeping the game fun and enjoyable.” My favorite quote is from Colleen Hacker…”The object in any team sport is to transform the group from a mere collection of talented individuals into a highly cohesive unit so that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts."
About Jon:
Jon has qualified his team in the Open division of Girls USA Championships the last 8 years. In 2016, Jon's 17 Royal team triple qualified with two first place finishes and a 2nd place finish at National Qualifiers while capping the season top 10 in the nation. In 2015, Jon lead the 15 Royal team to three top 5 finishes at qualifiers and an 11th place finish in the Nation. In 2011, He lead the 18 RoShamBo team to the Open division of USA Championships in Atlanta., In 2010, Jon lead the 15 RoShamBo team to double-qualify for Open Nationals where they finished 17th in the Nation. In 2009 Jon lead his 18 RoShamBo team to a 2nd place finish at the Colorado Crossroads Qualifier earning an Open Division berth into USAV Junior Olympic Nationals where they finished 10th in the nation. This will be Jon’s 14th year with Skyline.

Alyx  Camacho
17 Black Head Coach
Coaching Highlights:
- 2016 Girls Junior National Championships Qualifier
- 2016 Qualifier Season - 2 Top 10 Finishes, 1 Top 5 Finish
- 2016 15 and Under Awards - Most Kills, Blocks, Assists, Digs
- 2015 Girl's AAU Championships - Top 15 Finish
- 2 Time Top 15 NCVF Finish with TAMU Men's Volleyball
Coaching Philosophy:
Championships are not only won through gold volleyballs and medals. I am a high energy coach and bring 110% to each and every practice, and the expectation is for athletes to show up the exact same way. My objective for every season is to teach life through volleyball and develop an environment where athletes can thrive mentally and physically. Most importantly, at the end of a season, a tournament, a game, a POINT, did you give it your best effort? Give a Championship Effort. Be a Champion Teammate. Be a Champion.
About Alyx:
Alyx began his volleyball career at Texas A&M as a libero for the Men's Club Volleyball team. After graduating with a Sports Management major in 2012, Alyx went on to coach the Men's team for the 2012 and 2013 season finishing in the Top 15 in the nation both years. In 2014, Alyx moved to Dallas where he began coaching for Skyline Juniors as a coach for 15 Black. This will be Alyx's third year with Skyline.