Extreme Junior Volleyball Club is a youth volleyball program committed to providing quality volleyball skills instruction and physical training through practice and competition. At Extreme Junior Volleyball Club, our goal is to promote the sport of volleyball in the mid-west and prepare young athletes to compete at a high level. Our mission is to provide a supportive environment in which young players can develop skills and values that foster leadership, self-discipline, teamwork, and good sportsmanship.
Extreme Junior Volleyball Club is owned and directed by Kailey Bridges (formerly Kailey Hall). Kailey has been involved with club volleyball since 1998 (when she started playing club volleyball as a twelve year old). Kailey was a varsity volleyball starter for three years at Logan-Rogersville High School. She received awards including All-Conference, All-District and Academic All-Conference during her time there. As an adult, Kailey still plays competitively in co-ed volleyball tournaments and in 2010 for a womens' adult club volleyball team based out of Kansas City, MO. Kailey coached at Club Bear Volleyball, Midwest Xplosion, and Springfield Juniors Volleyball Club for a total of six years before she decided to start her own club based out of the Marshfield, MO area. She is still involved with Hot Tamales Volleyball Club based in the Nixa, MO area as well. Kailey has also coached at Republic Schools in MO, where she had two first place finishes (2008 and 2009) and one second place finish (2010) in the 8th grade large division Central Ozarks Conference Championships. In 2011, Kailey took the Marshfield Lady Jays to a second place finish in the 8th grade small division Central Ozarks Conference Championships. She is now working as the assistant volleyball coach at Marshfield High School for the 2013 season. Kailey is an Impact certified club coach, and also was a provisional official for Heart of America Volleyball in 2008 and 2009. She is working on her USAV CAP I coaching certification this year as well. In 2013, Kailey joined the Glen Davies Foundation Advisory Board through Heart of America Volleyball.