Volleyball – Middle School Girls


DateOpponentLocationTime
Monday, August 26Burlington SchoolAway4:00
Tuesday, August 27Charlotte ChristianAway4:15
Thursday, August 29Westminister CatawbaAway4:00
Tuesday, September 3Cabarrus StallionsAway5:00
Tuesday, September 12Woodlawn SchoolHome4:00
Thursday, September 17United FaithAway4:00
Tuesday, September 19Invest CollegiateHome4:00
Monday, September 23North HillsAway4:00
Tuesday, October 3United FaithHome4:00
Thursday, October 8North HillsHome4:00
Thursday, October 10WoodlawnAway4:00
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2019 Middle School Girls Volleyball Schedule

Coming Soon!

Head Coach Angela Gray-Young

I have coached high school volleyball for over ten years.  I have coached with Sports Academy Junior Olympic Volleyball in Statesville for three years; had my own Starlings Volleyball Club team for two years; coached at Phillip O. Berry High School for three years earning conference honors of Coach of the Year; coached at Garinger High School; facilitated volleyball clinics in Matthews; and briefly coached the club volleyball team at UNC Charlotte.  Volleyball has been an invaluable conduit to treasured life lessons and growth.  As a coach, it has been instrumental in developing young athletes into tomorrow’s leaders.  The game builds personal awareness, mental toughness, team building, athleticism, cooperation skills, and comradery.  The victory I seek in my players starts from the inside and reflects outward.  My goal is to always give students and athletes something to grow with in order to be the best person they can be on and off the court.  Much like our school motto this year, Iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another, NIV Proverbs 27:17.
I was an All Conference player in high school.  I played on the developmental practice team at UNC Chapel Hill and the traveling club team at UNC Chapel Hill for four years.  As an adult, I played recreationally with various organized groups and teams to stay in the game.  Injuries to my body have hindered some of my activity, but my heart remains in the game.
Coach “G”