Varsity Volleyball Advances to the Championship Game

The MCA varsity volleyball team makes it to the championship in the Prince of Peace tournament.

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Photo by: Sarah Dahl

Senior Ava Grace Haggard goes up for the kill.

Korey Vita, staff writer

This past weekend the McKinney Christian Academy Varsity Volleyball team played in a tournament. On Friday, September 25 the Lady Mustangs played a series of pool games against three different teams. Against each team the mustangs were to play two sets. The Lady Mustangs started strong tying their first game against the Oakridge Owls winning only one of the two sets. The team lost their other pool play games against John Paul II and DasCHE. On Saturday, September 26 the team moved into bracket play. The team won their first game against THESA homeschool 2-0. The team advanced to the quarterfinals for their second bracket game against Grace Prep winning 2-1. The Lady Mustangs continued there win streak into the semifinals against Legacy Christian winning 2-1. Advancing into the championships the Mustangs lost 0-2 to the Oakridge owls. The Varsity Volleyball team will play their next home game against Dallas Christian on Tuesday, September 29.

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  • Freshman Sky MIller goes up for a swing during the Grace Prep match.

    Photo by: Sarah Dahl

  • Senior libero Micah McDowell runs down a ball during the Prince of Peace tournament.

    Photo by: Sarah Dahl

  • Sophomore Georgia Haggard kills the ball against Grace Prep in the quarter final match.

    Photo by: Sarah Dahl

  • Junior defensive specialist Bella Vaught passes a serve receive ball during the Frisco Legacy match.

    Photo by: Sarah Dahl

  • Junior, Abigail Dahl takes an overhand pass in the Prince of Peace tournament.

    Photo by: Sarah Dahl

  • Sophomore setter Dani Morales sets the ball to her outside hitter.

    Photo by: Sarah Dahl

  • Sophomore Georgia Haggard and senior Ava Grace Haggard going up for a block at the net.

    Photo by: Sarah Dahl