Congratulations to our Lady Indians!


Volleyball Banquet 

Wednesday, November 15 

 Newnan Utilities Cabin

Dinner @ 7pm,  $10 per person 

LET'S CELEBRATE A GREAT SEASON!! 


Great season, Lady Indians!!  See you next year!


2 POWERHOUSES

GOING HEAD TO HEAD!

EC vs Etowah - Elite 8

Team will depart from EC @ 10:30am

Match starts @ 1pm; Best 3 of 5

Cost ~ $5 - $7 at the gate

 

 

GOOD LUCK LADY INDIANS!!!  BE GREAT!!!



ELITE 8 ~ HERE WE COME!

Your EC Lady Indians took it to Camden County, winning in 3!

25-22, 25-20, 25-19

GREAT JOB!!!


Hey Parents! ~

There is still room on the MotorCoach for travel to 

CAMDEN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL

6300 Laurel Island Parkway

Kingsland, GA  31548

Get in touch with the Booster Club to reserve your spot!


SWEET 16!!! WTG INDIANS!


COME CHEER FOR YOUR LADY INDIANS!

AREA TOURNAMENT IS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7 @ Newnan HS

Admission is $7

 

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Runner Up - Blessed Trinity "Serve For the Cure 2017" ~ ECVB recipient of the Sportsman Award


HS VOLLEYBALL: East Coweta continues streaks on Senior Night with seventh straight sweep

By Chris Goltermann

Coweta Score, 9/27/17

 

This year’s county championships may not have gone the way East Coweta wanted. But since a tough loss to rival Newnan, the Lady Indians have put together a string of seven consecutive victories over a two-week span capped off with Tuesday’s sweep of Forsyth Central on Senior Night.  

The win improved East Coweta’s record to 21-7 while gearing up for postseason play with matches this week at Callaway and McIntosh before heading into this weekend’s Serve For the Cure tournament.

The Lady Indians welcomed back senior setter Lauren Barger to the lineup in Tuesday’s dominating 25-13, 25-14, 25-8 effort after suffering an ankle injury that kept her out of the county tri-match.

The match featured all four East Coweta seniors making contributions in key areas. Paeton Robinson joined Barger at setter, with each finishing with 14 and 12 assists, respectively. Robinson also added seven digs and four kills.

The defense was led by junior libero Ryan Spicer-Gordon’s nine digs.

 On offense, senior Allie Edwards finished with six kills, with junior Becca Sieckmann’s 12 leading the way for the Lady Indians to go with four digs. Sophomore Maddie Stewart had eight kills and junior Nahla Muhammad had four.

Senior Alani Wight added five digs and an ace to help pace the effort.

East Coweta was coming off an undefeated performance at the Starr’s Mill play date while continuing a streak that has seen the lineup take 16 consecutive games from opponents.

The Lady Indians used a hard-fought 32-30, 25-19 victory over host Starr’s Mill as momentum over the weekend, following the win up with sweeps of Troup (25-13, 25-16), Landmark Christian (25-13, 25-13) and Ola (25-15, 25-17).

Sieckmann and Stewart helped power the offense on Saturday, with the duo posting 10 and nine kills, respectively, against Landmark to go with seven from Muhammad. Sieckmann also added a team-high 12 digs, while Robinson and sophomore Emily Jimerson combined for 31 of the team’s 35 assists.

The marathon opener against Starr’s Mill featured 13 kills from Sieckmann and 18 digs from Spicer-Gordan to go with 10 from Jimerson in a defensive showdown where the Lady Indians and Lady Panthers combined to make 127 combined stops in just two games.

Stewart equally stepped up with 11 kills in the sweep of Troup along with a team-high three blocks. A balanced defensive performance was led by Sieckmann’s six digs, followed by five from both sophomore Sara Ridge and Wight.

 East Coweta will continue to tune up for next week’s Area 2-7A tournament as its No. 2 seed. This weekend’s tournament schedule includes matches against Brooks, Ala., and North Hall on Friday, followed by Brookwood, Milton and Chattahoochee, all state playoff teams last season.


- Come join the ECVB family in recognizing our 2018 Seniors!

#4 - Paeton Robinson

#6 - Alani Wight

#9 - Lauren Barger

#11 - Allie Edwards

 

Senior Night against Forsyth Central tomorrow, 9/25 at 5:30pm

 


 

DON'T FORGET YOUR UNIFORMS FOR PICTURE DAY

MONDAY, 9/25


*ADD THIS TO YOUR CALENDAR!*

Varsity & 9th will play on

Wednesday, 9/27 at Callaway.

 

Against Callaway & Spencer at

4:30 & 5:30pm



EC volleyball coach third in the state in career wins

Sep. 06, 2017 - 12:00 PM

JEFF ARMSTRONG / THE NEWNAN TIMES-HERALD

The East Coweta Lady Indians volleyball team made quick work of the Pebblebrook Lady Falcons Tuesday evening, defeating them 3-0 in Area 2-AAAAAAA action at ECHS.

The Lady Indians won 25-13, 25-10 and 25-10 to put them at 9-4 overall and 3-0 in area play, but it also was win No. 659 for Lady Indians head coach Paul Collins, who is now third in the state in career volleyball victories. He only trails former Marist volleyball coach Sergio Stadler (855 career wins) and former Westminster volleyball coach Marcia Ward (844), both of whom are retired.

Bottom of Form

“It just shows if you hang around long enough, you can accumulate wins. Sooner or later, someone will come along and break my wins total,” Collins said with a smile. “I’m glad we stopped giving Pebblebrook points and remained focused. Everybody also got to play tonight, so that was a plus.”

The Lady Falcons were no match for EC Tuesday. In game one, the Lady Indians bolted to a 4-0 lead and junior hitter Becca Sieckmann had several kill shots to keep EC in front. But scrappy Pebblebrook fought back to tie the game at 10-all. A kill by junior Nahla Muhammad put EC up 12-10 and that led to a run from the home team. Kills by senior Paeton Robinson and Sieckmann fueled the 13-3 EC run, and they won 25-13.

Early mistakes by the Lady Indians put them in a small hole in game two, but they rallied to take a 10-5 lead and didn’t look back. EC senior Alani Wight made great passes, and her senior teammate Allie Edwards had a few kill shots to help EC win 25-10.

Pebblebrook again took an early lead in game 3 thanks to the EC errors, but the Lady Indians got back on track and took a 12-10 lead, thanks to a block for point by Robinson and sophomore Maddie Stewart.

Both players had another block for a point seconds later, and the Lady Falcons wouldn’t score again. Emily Jimerson had a kill and minutes later, Muhammad ended Pebblebrook’s night with a resounding kill shot to win the game and the match, 25-10.

“In this match, we wanted to work on our new sets. We had to stop making errors, settle down and play our game,” said Wight. “Once we did that, we came out on top.”

“We had to remain upbeat and positive in a match like this, and that’s my specialty. I’m always smiling and cracking jokes,” said Robinson. “We want to win, but we also want to have fun.”

East Coweta travels to Whitewater High on Thursday for a tri-match between Veterans and Whitewater, starting at 6:15 p.m.

 

 


PLAYERS & PARENTS 

Check out our new "At A Glance" in the rotating slide show on the home page.

You'll have weekly practice schedules and any news the coaches are looking to share!


HELP US FILL OUR ACTION PAGES!

We need  action shots of  all games 

9th grade - JV - Varsity!

 

Contact us through the webpage on where to send them.


For additional information on the

East Coweta Lady Indians schedule and your Varsity or JV player,

visit the Max Preps website.

We've included the button below to make it easy!

(We also have a link toward the bottom, left hand side of each page of the website under "Additional Links")


MANDATORY PARENT MEETING TONIGHT!!

Uniform pickup, Remaining dues & Donations

9th grade - Case of Water

10th - 12 pk Coke

11th - 12 pk Diet Coke

12th - 12 pk of Sprite or Ginger Ale

 

See everyone in the 9th Grade  Cafeteria @ 5:30 pm - 7:15 pm

**TIME & LOCATION RECENTLY UPDATED**


As of August 1st, Don't forget to renew your contribution through Kroger Community Rewards Donation to your East Coweta Lady Indian's team!

 Link your Kroger card account to give back on the Community Reward site.  A small percentage of your total bill will "rewarded" to the community organization of your choice. 

TO USE THE KROGER COMMUNITY REWARDS PROGRAM:
                     East Coweta Volleyball NPO is 20742


 

HAVE A SAFE & HAPPY HOLIDAY!!

GHSA "Dead Week"

July 2nd - 8th

 


Trinity, EC volleyball start summer with scrimmage 

  • By Jeff Armstrong - NTH | Jun. 23, 2017 - 8:41 AM

The East Coweta Lady Indians and Trinity Christian Lady Lions volleyball teams held a scrimmage at Trinity Christian School on Thursday as part of their busy summer schedules.

East Coweta won the first match 26-24, while Trinity won the second match 25-18 before playing a rubber match later in the evening. Both teams had several of their varsity players away on different club tournaments, but still managed to play good volleyball with the players in attendance.
 
Trinity Head Coach Joe Herrera said the scrimmage was a way to get his players their first taste of game action in the summer.

Herrera said he currently has 10 varsity players on his team and has spots remaining for two more players.
 
“The two girls could come from the JV team,” he said. “We will see what happens.”
 
East Coweta Head Coach Paul Collins echoed what Herrera said about the scrimmage, wanting to get any game action they can, especially for the younger players.
 
“Scrimmages are beneficial for everybody, but it really helps our young players,” Collins said. “They get to see what it’s like to play in a real match.”
 
The Lady Indians have already had their youth camp and their team tryouts. Collins said he has 11 players on the varsity, but only three varsity EC girls played Thursday due to other club commitments from the other varsity players.
 
Collins said these two teams will scrimmage each other again next Tuesday at 6 p.m., this time at East Coweta High.
 
The Lady Lions are the defending GISA state volleyball champions, while EC qualified for the 2016 Class AAAAAAA state volleyball playoffs as a second seed.


VOLLEYBALL STRONG!!!

Thank you to the 60+ campers we had the for ECVB Middle School Camp!  

We hope you had a great time & can't wait to see you next year!


DON'T FORGET TO GET YOUR COMPLETED PAPERWORK IN FOR THE NEW SEASON!

CAN'T PLAY WITHOUT IT!!

  • Updated physical
  • Hot Weather Practice Procedures
  • Emergency Treatment Form
  • Concussion Form

Forms can be found HERE!


Become involved in your East Coweta Booster Club!

Nominations need to be sent to Todd Barger

by June 11th.   

Elections will be held in Thrower Gym on

June 12th @ 6:30pm


Get those summer workouts started!


INTRODUCING.....

 

 

YOUR 2017-2018 LADY INDIANS VOLLEYBALL TEAMS

 

WELCOME TO THE LADY INDIAN FAMILY!


DON'T FORGET THE

EARLY REGISTRATION DISCOUNT!!  

Must register by June 1st 

DON'T MISS OUT!


GIVE IT YOUR ALL!!


2016 All-Coweta Score Volleyball Team Selections

Congratulations to our Lady Indians!

Photo credit to Coweta Score


There is no "I" in TEAM!


Volleyball Scoring

Throughout the season we ask for help at scorer's table.  Please take time out to learn how to keep a correct book, libero track and line judge for our Lady Indians.

 

Volleyball scoring instructions


Donating to your East Coweta Lady Indian's team is as easy as can be! Link your Kroger card account to give back on the Community Reward site.  A small percentage of your total bill will "rewarded" to the community organization of your choice. 

TO USE THE KROGER COMMUNITY REWARDS PROGRAM:
                     East Coweta Volleyball NPO is 20742

End of Year Awards Banquet 2016-2017

  • EC Rolls over Rockdale County
  • By JEFF ARMSTRONG
  • |
  • Oct. 13, 2016 - 2:01 AM

 

 

East Coweta sweeps Rockdale County: The Lady Indians of East Coweta defeated the Rockdale County Lady Bulldogs in Class AAAAAAA state-playoff volleyball action Wednesday evening at ECHS.

No. 2 seed EC defeated No. 3 seed Rockdale 25-8, 25-10 and 25-19 in the best-of-five series.

Lauren Barger had 19 assists for EC and senior Riley Padgett led the Lady Indians with 9 digs. Becca Sieckmann led EC with 9 kills, followed by Kirby Olive with 8, and 5 kills each from Nahla Muhammad, Allie Edwards and Madison Stewart.

EC will start state second-round action next week.


COWETA SCORE
By Chris Goltermann   Sunday, September 18, 2016

East Coweta also played four matches on Saturday, going 2-2 at the St. Pius Invitational and earning its two wins against state-ranked opponents.

 

The Lady Indians bounced back from a 25-8, 25-22 loss to Class 3A No. 1 Westminster, to defeat River Ridge.

 

East Coweta held off the Class 6A No. 9 ranked opponent in a hard fought 25-20, 17-25, 15-12 victory. The team then followed up that big win with a sweep of Class 5A No. 3 ranked McIntosh 25-22, 28-26.



SEVEN SINS OF SERVING

  1. Never miss your first serve.
  2. Never miss on game point.
  3. Never miss your serve after someone else has.
  4. Never miss your serve after a great play.
  5. Never miss your serve after the other team has.
  6. Never miss your serve twice in a row.
  7. NEVER NEVER MISS YOUR SERVE!

The Newnan Times-Herald  By Jeff Armstrong |
Aug. 07, 2016 - 1:02 AM
New era in Volleyball at East Coweta

It’s a new era for the East Coweta Lady Indians volleyball team in 2016 as Paul Collins steps in from Sandy Creek High to take over for long-time EC head coach Amber McClure.

McClure led EC to a 26-22 record last season, winning the Area 3-AAAAAA championship over county and region rival Newnan and advancing in the AAAAAA state playoffs before falling to Etowah in the Elite 8.  Collins should be up to the task. Last season, he led the Lady Patriots of Sandy Creek to a 41-12 record and the area tournament championship with a sweep of Woodward Academy. Sandy Creek advanced to the Class AAAA Sweet 16, where it fell to Marist.

 EC lost three pretty good seniors in Peyton Smith at setter, outside hitter Sydney Winters and middle hitter Dominique Ingram. How good were those three players? They combined for a staggering 895 kills last year, with Winters leading the way with 423.

In order for the Collins era to get off to a good start, he will need good seasons from seven returning varsity players. Riley Padgett is the lone senior and is a returning starter at libero. Padgett specializes in defense, tallying a whopping 573 digs and receiving 736 serves last year. She also had 52 serving aces in 2015.

Junior Allie Edwards was a starter at middle hitter last year, recording 92 kills, 31 serving aces and 90 digs. Juniors Alani Wight, right hitter Kirby Olive and setter Lauren Barger will be asked to take on bigger roles this year, and sophomores Becca Sieckmann at outside hitter and Isabel Moller at outside hitter played significant time last year and will be counted on to help out their upperclassmen teammates.

“I am looking forward to this season. The girls have worked hard and seem to understand my system,” Collins said. “They have adjusted very well to me this summer and I’m glad for that. We should have a pretty good season, I believe.”

EC will face familiar foes Newnan, Pebblebrook, Campbell and Westlake in their new region, 2-AAAAAAA, with the only unfamiliar foe being Wheeler High of Marietta.

EC’s season started Saturday in a tournament at Woodstock High and will join rival Newnan in the Sequoyah Classic at Sequoyah High on Aug. 12-13, where they will face some of the best teams in the state that weekend.

The big match for the Lady Indians in September will be the volleyball version of the Coweta Cup, where they will face the Northgate Lady Vikings and Newnan, the defending Coweta Cup champions. The tri-match will take place Sept. 8 at Newnan High. EC ends the regular season with a big home match against perennial contender McIntosh on Sept. 29 and the Blessed Trinity tournament on Sept. 30-Oct. 1.


East Coweta High School holds volleyball camp

  • THE NEWNAN TIMES-HERALD
  • |
  • Jul. 29, 2016 - 7:09 AM

The East Coweta High volleyball program held a clinic for rising fifth through eighth grade athletes Monday through Wednesday at the EC gym.

Despite the hot conditions, there were at least 25 girls at the camps, and new coach Paul Collins was happy with the turnout.The girls were anxious to learn how to play volleyball; the majority of them had never played the sport before,” said Collins, who joins EC from Sandy Creek High. “We just tried to teach the campers the fundamentals of volleyball.”

The EC volleyball players themselves were on hand to help the campers learn the game and were happy to give knowledge to the girls.

 “Some of the girls here this week have shown some potential and I was glad to see that,” said EC rising senior volleyball player Riley Padgett. “They had a lot of energy and were ready to play.”


East Coweta Volleyball Boosters is now enrolled in the Community Program at your local Kroger

Donating to your East Coweta Lady Indian's team is as easy as can be!  Link your Kroger card account to give back on the Community Reward site. 

 

TO USE THE KROGER COMMUNITY REWARDS PROGRAM:
  • Simply encourage your members to register online at krogercommunityrewards.com
  • Be sure to have your Kroger Plus card handy and register your card with your organization after you sign up.
  • If a member does not yet have a Kroger Plus card, please let them know that they are available at the customer service desk at any Kroger.
  • Click on Sign In/Register
  • Most participants are new online customers, so they must click on SIGN UP TODAY in the ‘New Customer?’ box.
  • Sign up for a Kroger Rewards Account by entering zip code, clicking on favorite store, entering your email address and creating a password, agreeing to the terms and conditions
  • You will then get a message to check your email inbox and click on the link within the body of the email.
  • Click on My Account and use your email address and password to proceed to the next step.
  • Click on Edit Kroger Community Rewards information and input your Kroger Plus card number.
  • Update or confirm your information.
  • Enter NPO number or name of organization, select organization from list and click on confirm. 
                     East Coweta Volleyball NPO is 20742
  • To verify you are enrolled correctly, you will see your organization’s name on the right side of your information page.
  • REMEMBER, purchases will not count for your group until after your member(s) register their card(s).
  • Do you use your phone number at the register?  Call 800-576-4377, select option 4 to get your Kroger Plus card number.
  • Members must swipe their registered Kroger Plus card or use the phone number that is related to their registered Kroger Plus card when shopping for each purchase to count.

 


Volleyball Scoring

Throughout the season we ask for help at scorer's table.  Please take time out to learn how to keep a correct book, libero track and line judge for our Lady Indians.

 

Volleyball scoring instructions


Don't forget your off season workouts!!

Looking for "that edge" for your upcoming tryouts? 

Check out this article from the 2015 NCAA Volleyball Champions - the Nebraska Cornhuskers.

 

Off Season workouts

 

A SMART goal is an effective goal! Get yours set & let's get going!!

S - Specific

M - Measureable

A - Action

R - Realistic

T - Timeline

 


We need your help!!


We need pictures! The more pictures of your daughter the better the website will be. We want to represent all of the players.

 

Please take the time to do go through the website! Make notes of any errors or anything you would like to include.