By Sophomore Aidan (Yogi) Hing
The Plymouth Christian Academy (PCA) volleyball team enjoyed their last game of the regular season and is preparing for postseason play to bring back another MHSAA state volleyball title.
The last game of the season against Parkway Christian was a stepping stone to prepare them for what lies ahead.
When asked about how they will get ready for the tournament, senior Moriah Willis said, “I’m really confident, and we have a scrimmage on Monday and practice every day next week. I do so much better after a few practices.”
The volleyball team is dedicated to God and working to win a State title once again.
“We can win if we just play for God and put everything into what we do,” said Caitlin Warnshuis (10).
Head volleyball coach, Darrell Kellogg (D.J.), always makes sure God comes first. Coach D.J. says “for us, it’s not winning or losing; it’s about how we are improving and glorifying God.”
The volleyball team and the fans are excited about the postseason prospects for PCA. Many PCA students will show Eagle pride wherever the team plays. When asked if they were enthusiastic for a winning season, Zach Racho (12) replied: “Of course I am.” Bobby Dotson (9) added, “We will win states”.
The first game of the District Championship is October 30th at 6:00 p.m. in the Butler Gymnasium against Lutheran Westland. Come and support the Lady Eagles!