“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.”
The FEAST Volleyball program will be hosting a fundraiser on Saturday, November 7th starting at 9am. 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.
Can’t make the tournament? Ask how you can help with a financial gift today!
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.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON VOLLEYBALL CONTACT:
Head Commissioner, Sandra Garcia, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Volleyball had a FANTASTIC jump-start to their season with 28 of our athletes attending the Gold Medal Squared training, featuring Felipe Nogueira and former Olympian, Brett Alderman! We had FOUR jam-packed-days full of fun, hard work, amazing knowledge, and talent with these men, and we can’t wait to implement all that we learned this season!!
COVID continues to add some major twists and turns to our ever-changing schedule, but all of our teams and coaches are eager to practice hard and compete any chance we get! We are so grateful for the hard-working, dedicated commissioners, coaches, players, AND parents, and we appreciate everyone’s flexibility as we navigate during these crazy times.
To see our most updated schedule, please visit here. If you can’t make it to a game (that isn’t deemed spectator-less) or don’t feel like leaving the comfort of your own home, make sure you tune in to Instagram on game days for live footage of our games. Just follow feast_patriots_volleyball on Instagram.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON VOLLEYBALL
Contact our Head Commissioner, Sandra Garcia, at email@example.com.
The FEAST Volleyball athletes attended their last Summer Camp the week of June 22nd and ended with fifty-three young ladies attending team tryouts on the 25th. Although the teams are set, there is always room for new players to join as a practice player, so do not hesitate to contact our Head Commissioner, Sandra Garcia, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the 2020 season, Coach Doug Johnson will be leading our Varsity team with assistance from Coach Amy Caddell. Coach Kevin Force will head coach for our Varsity2/Junior Varsity team along with Coach Lisa Gould. Our JV2 team will be led by Coach Sadie Schaffner and assisted by Coach Laura Force. The Middle School teams will be coached by both Coach Laura Force and Coach Lisa Gould.
With over fifty athletes to coach, we are always looking for parent or community volunteers to assist with coaching a team. If you are interested, please contact any of the coaches and complete an application by clicking the link on the main athletic page.
Plans are set to begin the season with a rigorous clinic conducted by staff from Gold Medal Squared the week of July 27th. The season practice start date is August 3rd, with games starting on August 6th! On behalf of all the coaches and athletes, we invite you to join us at a game if possible or via Instagram and cheer our teams on!
We continue to pray for all of our health, safety, and the opportunity to move forward with a successful volleyball season.
Although the off-season clinics were short, volleyball has come out strong! We are grateful for the opportunity to have small outdoor clinics at the FEAST Denman Estate grounds. Our skills clinics continued for the month of June with Summer Camp and tryouts the week of June 22nd.
This year we anticipate having three high school teams and one middle school team. Our season will begin on August 3rd and conclude at the end of October. It may not be too late to be a part of a team or a practice team! Contact Sandra Garcia, Commissioner, for more information at email@example.com.
On May 23rd, the volleyball community tragically lost an incredible young lady, Phoenix Marie Milner, #42. Phoenix was the energy of her team, a leader with a positive outlook, a hard-working player, and most importantly, a friend to all. We will continue to honor the player she was and the spirit she leaves behind throughout the season. Thank you to all of the FEAST community for joining us as we support the Milner family.