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First-place medals meant smiles for Coach Jay Johnson (far right), his wife, Shelly (far left), and the members of their Wisconsin Ice volleyball team. (Photo by Marlee Antosch)

Serving a dual purpose

Johnson finds rewards from volleyball on and off the court

Many of the rewards Jay Johnson enjoyed since starting a youth volleyball club about 10 years ago are to be expected.

The club grew to about 220 kids on 23 teams and has traveled as far as Europe.

“We want to see volleyball grow in northern Wisconsin,” said Johnson, a design architect with Ellis Stone Construction Inc., Stevens Point....[Read Article]

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