The Woodlands High School freshman Julieta Valdes talks road to recovery after major health scare
"Good, I'm really happy to be getting to my release date and getting to go home," "It's been a long three weeks. I'm feeling great, I'm finally off tubes and I'm really excited. According to Valdes' post on her GoFundMe page she has always lived with arrhythmia, an abnormal beating of the heart. Valdes doesn't remember anything from that day as her family has had to fill in the blanks. Its truly amazing, Valdes said.
FEATURE: Club Volleyball begins private lessons, potential roadmap back to UIL Volleyball
HOUSTON - For Kristin Goodman driving to a gym this week to train volleyball players feels like the first step back to normalcy. The new Fort Bend Austin volleyball coach also coaches for the Houston Stellars club team - which has already cancelled its summer season - but on Monday could start doing private lessons. Things will look different, but we are so excited to start playing volleyball again pic.twitter.com/j5ukfcUCqJ Houston Skyline (@HoustonSkyline) May 18, 2020The private lessons do come with restrictions. Now, the biggest question is, can what club volleyball teams are doing be transferred over to the high school teams? "I think with the right precautions and safety that we're taking into account, I think August 3rd is doable."