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Championship Recap – Fall Sports Edition

Awe Inspiring is the only way to truly describe it. The annual accomplishments of our varsity athletic teams are incomparable in the State. This year is further evidence with 2 State Championships, 1 State Runner-Up, 5 Region Championships and All 7 TSSAA Fall athletic teams earning berths in the State Playoffs. But the most impressive statistic

Volleyball Heading To State For 7th Consecutive Year

Volleyball Beat Dyer Co. in 3 games to win the Sectional Final at home on Thursday evening. It marked the 7th year in a row Our volleyball team will be heading to the AAA State Finals, the longest active streak for AAA schools in Tennessee. They will begin play on Tuesday in Murfreesboro. Senior Rylie

Volleyball Wins Region For 7th Consecutive Year

“A Lesson Learned Is A Lesson Earned.” -Star Wars: Clone Wars Winning is not easy, and should never be taken for granted. At some point in every season, a group must make a decision about what type of team they wish to be and how they want the season to end. Tuesday night at Collierville

Volleyball Sweeps Bartlett On Road To District Championship Match

Our Volleyball team Swept Bartlett 25-23, 25-13 and 25-14 in the District Semi-Finals Wednesday at Germantown High. We move on to face the winner of Germantown and Collierville in the District Championship Match, Thursday at 6pm at Germantown. It will mark the 11th consecutive year we have played for the title.

Toughness Pushes Volleyball Over Bartlett

The more things change, the more they stay the same for Houston Volleyball. “Sometimes it’s just about competing and doing the job you’re asked to do,” said Head Coach Becky Pendleton. “We’ve had lots of things beyond our control happen recently. After having to manage emotions and change players positions this week, this performance at

What Matters Most

Coaching milestones are a testament to several factors: talent, patience, personal sacrifice, the ability to communicate, gifted players and an understanding of your chosen sport. In it’s purest form, that is what separates those who give up and those who give back. This is what makes the achievement of Becky Pendleton’s 500th career win as Our volleyball

Proving A Point

A work in progress is the best description of this year’s version of Houston Volleyball. After losing seven seniors, all of which earned volleyball scholarships, Coach Becky Pendleton was a different position than last year’s team won District, Region and Sectional Championships while finishing 4th at the State Tournament. She would need to take several