“Have not I commanded thee? Be strong and of a good courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the LORD thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest.”
Joshua 1:9 


Head Commissioner: Kevin Forcevolleyball@homeschoolfeast.com





    • COST: $25 per player


    • WHEN: March 6, 2021 starting at 9am (check in begins at 8:30am)


    • WHERE: Sideliners Grill, 15630 Henderson Pass, San Antonio


    • CONTACT: Amy at: 210.241.2892 or Laura at: 210.296.9227


Teams may have as many as 6 players – max of two males on court at a time

Competitive and Recreational Divisions

Prizes awarded to top teams!







    • COST: $25 per team or $15 per individual
    • WHEN: March 6, 2021 starting at 11:00am (check in begins at 10:30am)
    • WHERE: Sideliners Grill, 15630 Henderson Pass, San Antonio
    • CONTACT: Amy at: 210.241.2892 or Laura at: 210.296.9227


Adults and Youth

Prizes awarded to top teams!





We would like to take the time to welcome our new Head Volleyball Commissioner, Kevin Force! Kevin and his lovely wife Laura have been members of FEAST for several years. They have two daughters who enjoy playing for the FEAST Volleyball program and a son who plays for the FEAST Basketball program. We look forward to a great season with Kevin at the helm!

Volleyball is enjoying a slower pace here in our off-season, but we are still doing some work behind the scenes to prepare for all that is to come. We hosted two successful dining fundraisers raising just over $200 for our program. These were such enjoyable ways to spend some time with friends with benefit to FEAST Volleyball. Stay tuned to the Manna and our social media for the next opportunity. Thank you in advance and high five!

Skills clinics begin in February. Both boys and girls fifth grade and up of all athletic levels are invited to join us on Monday afternoons through May. Come and see what all the hype is about. The cost is $45 per month per player. Our clinics will be held at FORCE Sports gym at their new location, 7218 N Loop 1604 E in San Antonio. Knowledgeable, experienced, and FUN coaches will be on-site to help new players get started, and veteran players get better. Training will be available for all levels.

Until then, we encourage our FEAST volleyball Patriots to stay active. Activities including low impact plyometrics are great for conditioning and maintaining some strength and endurance. Work on quickness and footwork with multiple sets of drills like ladder drills or low impact jumps for 15 seconds with short rests in between. Watch for more training suggestions from your coaches on social media throughout the season.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON VOLLEYBALL: Commissioner Kevin Force at volleyball @homeschoolfeast.com


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December 2020

The 2020 Volleyball season has officially ended. It was an incredible season considering all that 2020 brought! Our grand finale was at the National Homeschool Volleyball Championship in Kansas City! Our Varsity came home with the Silver Ball in their division, Varsity 2/JV grabbed the Iron trophy,
JV2 played extremely well, placing fourth in the Bronze division, and our Middle School finished strong in fourth place in the Bronze division as well.
We could not be prouder of each player’s and team’s accomplishments. With three days of tournament play, they worked diligently and gave their best effort at each game. Most importantly, they made memories that will last a lifetime with their teammates.

We are most grateful to the coaches who dedicate so much of their time to the program: Coach Doug Johnson, Amy Caddell, Kevin Force, Lisa Gould, Sam Watson, Sadie Schaffner, Laura Force, and Barbara Ellebracht.

On behalf of the program, I would like to recognize our recipient of the inaugural Phoenix Milner Award, Addie Force. Addie was nominated by her peers, selected as a finalist by a committee of adults, and finally voted as the recipient by the FEAST volleyball players and coaches. Lindsey Gould, Kate McCaslin, and Lucy Wheeler were chosen by the committee as one of the finalists. Other players nominated for the award included Kayln Mae Bolton, Alyse Caddell, Anna Dawson, Emma Ellis, Jaidah Hawkins, Laura Johnson, and Jael Ramos. Congratulations to Addie and all the other nominees!

One last thank you to each of the parents who supported their daughters throughout the season. We honor your commitment to the program, as well!

As we wrap up the season, we look towards plans for the 2021 season. If you are interested in serving as commissioner or coach, please visit the FEAST Athletics website. The entire program is run by parent volunteers, so we ask that you prayerfully consider joining next season.


November 2020

The 2020 Feast Volleyball season has definitely been one where everyone has had to remain flexible. Schedule changes, limited spectators, and required social distancing at games have been tough at times, but overall, we are thankful for all of the opportunities to play this season.

We have seen so much growth in all the players; the camaraderie & friendships that have formed this season has been amazing! So many exciting things are happening across our four teams this season. Our middle school team placed 4th in the Shepherd of the Hills tournament. JV2 team beat the Austin Royals at the State tournament last weekend after losing to them twice before. Our JV fought hard and pulled off a win against Devine. The Varsity girls took 3rd place in the gold bracket at the State Tournament in Dallas last weekend!! Congratulations to all!

Thank you for all the prayers and well wishes as the volleyball families traveled to Missouri for the Homeschool Nationals last week.

We are so excited to announce that Volleyball will have TWO fundraiser opportunities on Saturday, March 6th, at Sideliners Grill! We invite all FEAST athletes, families, friends, and adults to join us!

Co-Ed Sand Volleyball Tournament

(4vs4) with teams of four to six players with a max of two males for each team. (one male on the court at a time.) Registration will be $25 per person. There will be an adult (19 or older) recreational & competitive bracket as well as a youth (18 or younger) recreational & competitive bracket.

Corn Hole Tournament

Registration for Corn Hole will be $15 per individual or $25 per team.


Mark your calendars and plan to be there! You will not want to miss this exciting event!

Contact Amy (210.241.2892) or Jean (210.846.4317) with any questions. 

See below for more information!

The FEAST Volleyball program will be hosting a fundraiser. Grab your friends and support the FEAST Volleyball program by putting together either a sand volleyball team or a corn-hole team for this fun event! 

Sand Tournament format will be 4-on-4 but each team is allowed up to six players ($25 a player) and can substitute players in and out.  Teams may be co-ed but only one male is allowed on the court at a time. There will be music, prizes, and a whole lot of volleyball to be played. So bring out your beach chairs and enjoy a great day on the courts!

You may register as an individual ($15) or as partners ($25) for the Corn-hole Tournament.  Individuals will be paired up in teams the day of the tournament.

Funds raised by both the 4×4 sand tournament and the corn-hole tournament will be used to offset costs and support athlete involvement in the FEAST Volleyball program year round. Your participation opens the door to elite volleyball training and life skills development by decreasing the financial burden of youth volleyball for homeschooled athletes.

RE-SCHEDULED to March 6th – Registration will re-open January 1st


October 2020

FEAST volleyball has had an incredible start to the 2020 season. The season is in full swing for our three High School Teams. The volleyball  leadership is faced with many new challenges this season. Keeping competition in our schedule during the COVID19 pandemic has sparked creativity in scheduling. FEAST leadership, along with other homeschool organizations in Texas, Louisiana, and Arkansas, met early in August. These brainstorming sessions led to the introduction of homeschool regular-season round robins. These competitions helped our program and other programs in scheduling and have benefited from building the network between our organizations. The teams are persevering through all of the challenges with an impressive and encouraging start to the season.

The FEAST varsity, coached by Doug Johnson and Amy Caddell, has started the season with great early success and are currently 10-2. This season’s focus has been to “excel at the mundane.” Our girls are getting focused training even as Varsity players in volleyball fundamentals. The difference between a candidate and a champion lies in the tiny details.

The JV Volleyball team coached by Kevin Force and Lisa Gould have also hit the ground running with a season start record of 6-4. This team is composed of both FEAST veterans and players who are new to our organization. They are learning, growing, and playing together fantastically well.

The JV2 team, coached by Sadie Schaffner and Laura Force, has had a solid start with three wins and as many losses.

Our Middle School team is just getting started in their season. They are heading into their first tournament of the season this weekend at Lutheran High School. The Shepherd of the Hills tournament is a long-standing first tournament tradition for the FEAST Middle School team. It is always a fun weekend full of plenty of play and between game bonding for our girls, who are the newest to volleyball.

The High School teams are gearing up for our State Tournament in Frisco, TX. Please keep us all in your prayers as we focus on our game and continue the 2020 season.

To see our most updated schedule, please visit here and be sure to find and follow @feastvolleyball on Instagram for up to date info and live footage of our games.

Head Commissioner, Sandra Garcia, at volleyball@homeschoolfeast.com