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PCA Volleyball Makes School History!

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The Varsity Volleyball team went to the Baron Bash tournament in Sumter on Saturday and beat Sumter High School (AAAAA) and Heathwood Hall (AAA) to advance to the Championship game against Lee Academy (AA). PCA ended up winning the Championship game and being the first PCA Volleyball team to win this tournament in School History!  Katelyn Howard and Charlee Olson were named All Tournament Players and the team moved to 13-0.  

More firsts for this team is that they are now ranked #1 in the State for AA Volleyball. "I am just so proud of this team.  Being undefeated and ranked #1 is nice, but I am more excited to see these girls having fun and playing some amazing volleyball," says Coach Fort.  

PCA Volleyball had one of its busiest weeks by also beating two conference opponents, Orangeburg Prep and Northside Christian. "Northside Christian is always a tough match because it is an emotion-filled game. I was so impressed with the character and attitude of both of our teams to not get caught up in that," says Coach Fort. "This week we are playing two more conference games and our goal is to stay laser-focused on each game, which is easier said than done when you are 13-0."  


Middle School Launches Student Government Association

The results are in from the Middle School SGA applications! Here are your student leaders: 

President: Greta Anderson
Vice President: Sophia Ralph
Secretary: Laura Horne

8th grade representative: Daniel Stewart
7th grade representatives: Liza Klassen and Grace Parker
6th grade representatives: Teagan Delaney and Jessi Mathis

Headed by Middle School Leadership teacher John Harris, this year's Middle School SGA is a first for PCA. "I have had the current 8th graders since 6th grade," Harris said when asked why he wanted to start a Middle School SGA. "We wanted give middle school something that is their create comradery, and to help cultivate school spirit." 

While finding out the results of the applications only this morning, Harris says the plan is to focus on a community service project each semester. "We want to create servant leaders through community service projects, as well as have the students listen to and get feedback from their peers."

Their first work as a team? Coming up with a 6th and 7th grade focused Homecoming activity to do on Friday to end the Homecoming Spirit Week festivities.

We know that these up-and-coming PCA leaders are going to make the school proud!


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