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The Varsity & JV Lady Indians travelled to Pebblebrook High School for a matchup with the host Falcons.
Coach Wien had the JV Lady Indians ready to go and they hit the court running, overpowering the Falcons 25-7 & 25-12.
This was the first regional game for the Varsity Lady Indians of the 2022 season, and much like the JV ladies, they quickly toppled the Falcons, 25-5, 25-3 & 25-6.
Way to go JV & Varsity Lady Indians!!
Both the Varsity & JV Lady Indians travelled to Carrollton to take on the Carrollton Trojans and the Westlake Lions.
The JV Lady Indians faced off against the Westlake Lions in match 1. EC overpowered the Lions in game 1 of match 1, 25-7. The Lions fought back in game 2, playing a much better game, but EC was still able to prevail 25-20.
The second match was against the host Carrollton Trojans. The Trojans came out swinging and were able to win game 1 of match 2, 25-7. The Lady Indians were able to regroup and focus and went on to win game 2 of match 2, 25-22, forcing a tie breaker match. The Lady Indians played truly inspired volleyball in the tie breaker match, prevailing 15-12.
The Varsity Lady Indians faced off against the Westlake Lions in their second match of 7A Region 2 play. EC raced out to a 3-0 lead in game one, and never trailed during the game, winning 25-19. The second game of the match had a similar start, but the Lady Indians found themselves trailing for a short time. EC was able to refocus and retook the lead, winning game 2 of match 1 25-18.
The second match of the evening was against the host Carrollton Trojans. The Trojans raced out to a 3-0 lead, but the Lady Indians wouldn't give up and continued to fight, taking the lead 16-15 and never looking back winning game 1 of match 2 25-21. The second game against the Trojans had a very similar start with the Trojans racing out to an even larger lead, 11-6. Again, the Lady Indians refused to give up, continuing to work together, tying the game 14-14. The Trojans battled back and took a 20-16 lead late in the game. In a true show of resilience and teamwork the Lady Indians continued to fight and battled back to take the lead 21-20 and went on to win game 2 of match 2, 25-23.
These 2 wins place the Varsity Lady Indians in firm control of the 7A Region2 standings at 3-0.
Excellent work by all the Lady Indians!!
It was an amazing weekend for the East Coweta Lady Indians Volleyball program. All 3 teams were in action away from Thrower Gymnasium, and all 3 teams dominated.
The 9th grade team traveled to participate in the Beast of The Southeast Tournament and proved they are definitely The Beasts. EC’s first match was against the Furtah Prep Lady Falcons. Our 9th grade ladies proved to be too much for the Falcons, winning game 1, 25-8 and then taking game 2, 25-7.
For their next match The Lady Indians squared off against The Centennial High School Lady Knights. The Lady Knights were no match for The Lady Indians, losing game 1, 25-9 and dropping the second game, 25-14.
The Championship Game featured a battle between Locust Grove and our Lady Indians. Much like Falcons and Knights learned earlier in the day, The Lady Indians were a team on a mission. EC took game 1, 25-11 and won game 2, 25-12, sweeping the competition, and bringing home the Championship.
WAY TO GO LADY INDIANS!!!!!!
The JV Lady Indians had a “play date” today, and they quickly showed their opponents that they weren’t there to “play”.
The JV Ladies faced off against 4 opponents throughout the day, dispatching them one by one. When it was all said and done The JV Lady Indians turned in the second East Coweta sweep of the day.
Congratulations ladies on your dominating performance!!!!
The Varsity Lady Indians also had a “play date” today, The North Cobb Varsity Warrior Classic.
EC took on The Kennesaw Mountain Mustangs in match 1. EC stared down the Mustang stampede, winning the match 25-19 and 25-23.
For their second battle of the day, The Lady Indians locked up with The Locust Grove Wildcats. The Wildcats struck first, winning game 1, 25-20. The Lady Indians did not back down, and came out fighting in game 2, winning 25-18. In the tie breaker game EC imposed their will on the Wildcats, sending them packing by a score of 15-8.
The third match of the day saw the Lady Indians take on Region 7A’s #4, and Georgia’s #9 ranked North Cobb Warriors. The Warriors showed why they are ranked so high, winning game 1, 25-18. As always, the Lady Indians never quit. EC took game 2, 28-26, to force a tie breaker. The Lady Indians left it all on the court for game 3, truly playing as a team, and knocked off The Warriors 15-9 in the tie breaker.
The final match of the day pitted The Lady Indians against a familiar foe, The Wheeler Wildcats. The Wildcats ran in to a determined Lady Indians team. EC won match 4, 26-24 & 25-22, completing the 3rd Lady Indians sweep of the day.
TO ALL THE EAST COWETA LADY INDIAN VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS ON A DOMINANT PERFORMANCE ON THE COURTS!!!!!!!!!!!
Another 9th Grade Lady Indians, another dominating sweep!
EC faced off against The Northgate Vikings and The Starrs Mill Panthers.
In the first match EC faced off against Northgate, showing the Vikings no mercy, winning in 2 sets, 25-15 & 25-19.
Match 2 was also a 2 set win for The Lady Indians. EC took the match 26-24 & 25-20.
Outstanding work ladies, the future of the EC Indians Volleyball Program is bright!!!!!
Another game night for The East Coweta Volleyball Program, 2 more match sweeps!
It was also a very special night in Thrower Gymnasium as the Lady Indians held their annual Pink Out night in support of the Pink Posse, and their battle to end cancer, and to support those dealing with its effects. The Varsity and Junior Varsity Lady Indians faced off against The Campbell Lady Spartans.
In the first match of the evening, The JV Lady Indians took the court, and to no one's surprise they came out swinging. The Lady Indians cruised to victory in game 1, 25-16. Game 2 of the match was almost a copy of game 1, with EC taking the game and match, 25-17. Great Job ladies!!
In their final regular season game of Regional play for the Varsity Lady Indians, EC welcomed Campbell to Thrower Gymnasium for a best of 5 match. EC get off to a slow start, trailing 11-5 at one point, but as we have all seen throughout the season The Lady Indians never give up. After a time-out EC began their march, taking the lead at 17-16 and never looking back, winning game 1, 25-17. For game 2, EC got off to a much faster start, and never trailed, winning game 2, 25-17. Game 3 was a back-and-forth battle early on before The Lady Indians took the lead 11-8. From that point on The Campbell Spartans could never get close enough to threaten EC's lead. EC went on to win the game 25-15. As a result of the win The East Coweta Lady Indians finished regular season regional play undefeated at 4-0 in games and 10-0 in sets. Outstanding play ladies!!!!!!
Both the Varsity and JV Lady Indians welcomed the Whitewater Wildcats into Thrower Gymnasium for a non-region matchup.
The JV Ladies hit the court first, playing inspired volleyball against the Wildcats, winning game 1 of the match in convincing fashion, 25-10. The second game was a more of challenge, but the end result was the same, EC wins game 2, and the match 25-17. Great Job Ladies
In the second match of the night, The Varsity Lady Indians took on the Wildcats in a best of match. The entire match was incredibly close, with both teams playing really good volleyball. Whitewater took game 1, 25-23. EC was not deterred, winning game 2 25-21. Game 3 saw another back-and-forth battle, with each team leading at multiple time, with Whitewater eventually winning the game 25-21. Again, EC would not be denied, fighting for every point, taking game 4, 25-23, to force a tie breaker 5th game. Despite their best efforts, EC fell in game 5 15-10. Despite the unfavorable outcome, it was a great night of volleyball and a great effort by the while EC Volleyball Program.
The 9th grade Lady Indians took to the court to square off against The Carrollton Trojans and The VIlla Rica Wildcats.
The first match was against Carrollton. EC battled hard, taking the first game 25-15. In the second game Carrollton fought back, taking game 2, 25-23 to force a tie breaker match. In game 3, EC would not be denied, taking the game, 15-13.
Match 2 saw the Indians take on the Wildcats. Despite a valiant effort, EC came up short in the match, 25-22 & 25-16.
Great effort and playing Lady Indians!!!
Coach Wein & The JV Lady Indians took to the court to battle for the 2022 Cross County Championship. EC faced off against The Fayette County Tigers in Match 1. EC was too much for the Tigers to handle and EC won the match 25-9 & 25-17. For their second match of the night EC took on The McIntosh Chiefs. After dropping match 1 25-23, EC was able to re-focus and took game 2, 26-24. In the tie breaker EC overpowered the Chiefs, taking game 3 15-9. For the Cross County Championship game EC took on the #1 seed, Sandy Creek Patriots. In the first game, The Lady Indians came out on top, 25-20. In the second game, The Patriots battled back to win 23-25. In game 3 EC fought their way to a 25-21 victory. Game 4 saw The Lady Indians dominate The Patriots, 25-16 to win their second Cross County Championship in 2 years.
CONGRATULATIONS TO COACH WEIN & THE JV LADY INDIANS!!!! BACK-TO-BACK CROSS COUNTY CHAMPIONS.
The youngest Lady Indian is very pleased with Mom's second Cross County Championship!!!
The Varsity Lady Indians travelled to Campbell High School for the 7A Region 2 tournament. EC finished their regular season regional play at 4-0 in matches, 10-0 in games.
The first game of the night saw the Lady Indians take on The Campbell Spartans. In game 1, EC raced out to a 7-0 lead and never looked back, winning game 1 25-6. The second game was almost a carbon copy to game 1, with EC running away with the game & match 25-6.
The Regional Championship game saw the Lady Indians take on The Carrollton Trojans. In game 1 EC again raced out to big lead and didn't look back, winning game 1, 25-13. For game 2 it was much more of a back-and-forth battle. EC trailed early but kept fighting and retook the lead 7-6. Carrollton fought hard and pushed the game to 24-24. EC took control at this point, winning game 2, 26-24 locking up 2022 7A Region 2 Championship, finishing the season 6-0 in matches and 14-0 in games.
GREAT JOB LADY INDIANS!!!!!
The Varsity Lady Indians travelled to McIntosh Highschool to take on the Chiefs for their final match of the regular season. EC started fast and took game 1, 25-21. McIntosh rallied to win games 2 through 4, winning the match 3-1. Despite a valiant effort EC fell short.
For round 1 of the GHSA State Championship Playoff's, EC hosted The Colquitt County Packers in Thrower Gymnasium.
The Lady Indians came out fighting and powered past the Packers 25-13 in game 1. Unfortunately for The Packers, The Lady Indians were determined to end this game as quickly as possible, and took game 2, 25-15. The Packers didn't give up without a fight, taking an early lead in game 3, 9-5. EC continued to battle, and were able to tie game 3, 11-11. From that point on EC poured it on and were able to win game 3, 25-19, taking the match and moving on to the sweet 16.
Congratulations ladies, outstanding effort!!!!!
COME OUT AND SUPPORT THE LADY INDIANS AS THEY HOST ROUND 2 OF THE GHSA STATE CHAMPIONSHIP PLAYOFFS AGAINST THE MARIETTA BLUE DEVILS ON SATURDAY OCTOBER 22ND. CHEER THE INDIANS ON TO THE ELITE 8 ROUND!!!!!!!!
For the Sweet 16 match EC welcomed the Marietta Blue Devils into Thrower Gymnasium for an 11:00 battle to see who would move on to the Elite 8.
The first game was a tightly contested fight with each team holding small leads on several occasions. EC took the lead 23-19, forcing Marietta to take a timeout to slow the momentum and regroup. After the timeout Marietta fought back to make it 23-22 EC. As we have seen so many times throughout the season, EC stayed the course and took game 1, 25-23. The second game saw Marietta jump out to a decent lead, 9-4. Again, EC refused to quit and kept fighting, tying the game 17-17. After a short back and forth, EC pulled ahead 22-20 and finished off game 2 25-20. Game 3 saw another tightly contested battle with Marietta taking the lead 20-18 and pulling out the victory 25-21. Game 4 saw EC fire out of the gate quickly, shooting out to a 14-8 lead, and never looking back, taking game 4 25-13, eliminating Marietta and moving on to the Elite 8.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE LADY INDIANS ON MAKING IT TO THE ELITE 8!!!!!!!!!!!!
COME CHEER THE LADIES ON TO THE FINAL 4 ON TUESDAY 10/25 AT BUFORD HIGHSCHOOL!!!
It is with the heaviest of hearts
that we bid farewell
to our own ECVB Warrior;
Former Head Coach
Amber McClure Fayerweather
She lost her fight with cancer on July 17. Please keep her family in your thoughts.
WHO IS #1????.................OUR ECVB GUYS!!!
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR STATE CHAMPIONS!!!
ECVB Boys ~ getting the job done!!
Congratulations to our
ECVB Boys team ~ the
Rockdale Invitational Champions!!
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