Free Skills Clinic at MVP

Travis Noel and Staff from MVP watch Trenton Pilier from Riverton as he throws a change up at the cameras.sentineltimes.com | Sentinel Times

Travis Noel and Staff from MVP watch Trenton Pilier from Riverton as he throws a change up at the cameras.

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Galena – MVP Athletics is one of the area’s premier sports facilities, when it comes to working with and improving student athletes abilities in sports, ranging from baseball and softball to volleyball and basketball.
Owner and operator, Travis Noel, said that this is the first year of the clinic and they are working on building up the MVP Academy. The Academy will consist of children, grouped by ages, to be able to travel and compete.
To the surprise of many (especially those who have not seen the impressive facility) MVP brings athletes in from all over. The facility is equipped with technology not seen in these parts and you would have to go to Kansas City or Tulsa to use. Noel said athletes come up from as far south as Grove, and while we were there, several were from Jasper, Joplin and even Carthage, all mingling with local athletes.

Alexis Jenkins of Girard, and Madison Cox of Galena, work with the girls softball Coach Michelle Womacks. Womacks service is part of the regular program at MVP and not part of the clinicsentineltimes.com | Sentinel Times

Alexis Jenkins of Girard, and Madison Cox of Galena, work with the girls softball Coach Michelle Womacks. Womacks service is part of the regular program at MVP and not part of the clinic

MVP will have several upcoming events worth noting, the first will be on November 19th and the second on December 3rd. During both of these dates Division I coaches and staff will be at MVP to work with athletes and help them improve their skills. Noel said that coaches from Iowa and Texas A&M are booked.
Noel said they are currently having tryout for their basketball teams, for more information contact Travis at 417-439-5699 or visit mvpasports.com

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