Coach: Laura Crow

Assistant coach: Andrea Fournier 

Last Year’s record: 24-5 overall and 14-0 7A-Central Conference

Significant Achievements Last Year: Spike Fest Tournament champions; Runner-up, Fort Smith Tournament; Runner-up Lady Cat Invitational; 7A-Central Conference Champions

Top returning 


Chelsey Hess, senior, libero, all-conference, top-25 in Arkansas.Great passer and leader. key to offense; Maddie Shipp, senior, outside hitter. Strong offensive player. Small but quick and uses block very well; Madison Dayer, junior, outside hitter. Great offensive threat and defense has really come around; Julia Pettit, setter, very competitive. Setting is coming around and is beginning to connect.

Newcomers to watch

Ashley Wofford, sophomore, middle hitter, attended top-25 camp; Sara Stovall, sophomore, outside hitter; McCall WIlkins, sophomore, middle hitter.

Coach Laura Crow’s outlook on the season

"We have two seniors this year. Both Maddie Shipp and Chelsey Hess are wonderful leaders. They have been very positive through our preseason practices as we are working with a very young team. We expect big things from these two. Chelsey passes extremely well and that will help our offense. She is a very good defensive player and it will help to have her experience in the Libero position. 

"Maddie Shipp is a small outside hitter that has a good vertical and is fast. Maddie is able to use the block and hit the seam because of her speed. Her ball control and hitting will help us out tremendously. 

"We graduated eight seniors last year so it we have a whole different lineup out there. We also have some very talented juniors and sophomores who are very competitive in their nature which brings a true sense of excitement to the court. 

"Our conference will have some tough teams this year including Russellville, Mount St. Mary, Cabot, Van Buren, Bryant and North Little Rock. We have a tough pre-conference schedule which includes: Benton, Valley View, and Fort Smith Southside. All of these teams are very talented and have done well in the past.  Coach Fournier and I are looking forward to this season. We want to see which of our young players are going to produce."



Aug. 31 FS Southside

Sept. 2 at Mount St. Mary

Sept. 7 Cabot

Sept. 9 at Russellville

Sept. 14 Van Buren

Sept. 16 Bryant

Sept. 18 Fayetteville tournament

Sept. 21 North Little Rock

Sept. 23 at LR Central

Sept. 28 Mount St. Mary

Setp. 30 at Cabot

Oct. 5 Russellville

Oct. 7 at Van Buren

Oct. 9 Lady Cat tournament

Oct. 12 at Bryant

Oct. 14 at NLR

Oct. 19 LR Central

Oct. 21 at LR Christian



Coach: Luke Davis

Last year’s record: 23-1

Significant achievements: district champs, conference champs, 3A state runner-u

Top returning players

Amy Schichtl, Sr. outside hitter; Jessica Justice, Sr., setter; Jordan Justice, Sr., libero; Katie Halter, Sr., outside hitter; Courtney Briggler, Jr., middle hitter.

Newcomers to watch

Brandi Elsinger, Sr., middle hitter; Megan Pilson, Sr., outside hitter.

All-conference or all-star candidates 

Amy Schicthl, Jessica and Jordan Justice, Courtney Briggler.

Coach Luke Davis’ outlook 

on the season

"I think the whole team is real excited about this year. We are a veteran team with experience. I am expecting that experience to lead us. 

"The conference should be a good race. We have Mayflower, Atkins and Harding Academy that at new to the Central this year. I know Nemo Vista, Conway Christian and the others will make this conference tough. It seems it improves every year."



Aug. 31 Atkins

Sept. 2 at Harding Academy

Sept 9 at Perryville

Sept. 14 Conway Christian

Sept. 16 at Mayflower

Sept. 20 Nemo Vista

Sept. 21 Rose Bud

Sept. 23 at Atkins

Sept. 28 Harding Academy

Sept. 30 at Nemo Vista

Oct. 5 Perryville

Oct. 7 at Conway Christian

Oct. 12 Mayflower

Oct. 21 Beebe



Coach: Traci Berry

Top returning 


Summar Hoggard, Sr., outside hitter, defender; Taylor Gregory, Jr., setter/outside hitter; Brandy Cunningham, Sr., setter/outside hitter; Halec Hensley, Jr., middle hitter; Whitney Whillock, Sr., middle hitter.

Coach Traci Berry’s outlook on season

"We may be small, but we are very scrappy. We take pride in our hustle.

"Our conference is pretty much made up of new teams. Some we have played in the past and some we have never seen before. We have our work cut out for us, but our girls are up for the challenge."


Aug. 31 at Rose Bud

Sept. 2 Perryville

Sept. 6 at Conway Christian

Sept. 8 at Harding Academy

Sept. 14 at Nemo Vista

Sept. 16 St. Joseph

Sept. 21 at Atkins

Sept. 27 at Oak Grove

Sept. 28 Perryville

Sept. 30 Conway Christian

Oct. 5 Harding Academy

Oct. 7 Nemo Vista

Oct. 11 at St. Joseph

Oct. 13 Atkins



Coach: Cindy Hartman, 20 years

Last season:  Overall record, 15-11, finished tied for 4th place in conference

Returning starters

Morgan Colclasure (Sr.), Abby Mallett (Sr.), Mackenzie Mallett (Sr.), Lauren Rose (Sr.)



In addition to above, seniors: Bree Hill, Joy Vaillancourt, Rachel Mulkey; juniors:  Kari Gipson, Hailey Barnard, Abbey Holley, Sam Tillman, Hannah Porter

Coach Hartman’s outlook for season

"I am expecting a great season for these young ladies. They are a bunch of great girls with a lot of potential. Last year, many of these girls saw a lot of varsity time so we should have the experience on the floor and from the bench.  

"I am counting on great leadership from the seven seniors: Morgan Colclasure, Abby Mallett, Mackenzie Mallet, Lauren Rose, Bree Hill, Joy Vaillancourt, and Rachel Mulkey. They should all contribute both with their leadership and skill on the floor.  Juniors Sam Tillman, Hannah Porter and Abbey Holley contributed to the varsity squad last year and should also step up to be a big part of our offense and defense. Kari Gipson and Haleigh Barnard are coming off the bench to contribute playing many different roles. Hopefully, all of my juniors will be prepared to contribute on the varsity level before the end of the season.

"This year’s team is probably one of the most experienced teams that I have had in the past few years. If the girls can all get along and fall together at the right time I believe that a lot of great things will happen for the Greenbrier Lady Panthers team of 2010."

Note: Greenbrier will have a celebration of its 20th year of volleyball on Sept. 14. All former players and others involved with the program thought its history are invited.



Coach: Karla Ault

Last years record: 9-13 

Key returning 


Julie Stanley, senior, middle blocker; Maggie Brewer, senior, setter/OH; Scarlett Green, senior, libero; Sarah Weaver, senior, middle hitter.   

Newcomers to watch

Colleen Farris, junior setter; Ashley Crawford, junior, OH; Kendall Cotton, senior, OH.


all-star considerations 

Julie Stanley, Maggie Brewer, Ashley Crawford.

Coach Karla Ault’s outlook on season

"We are really excited about the season. We feel that our experience in the 5A-West will help us to compete for the newly formed 5A Central Conference. With several starters coming back from last yea’ss team we feel we will do real well. We have set some high goals for ourselves. It should be an exciting season."



Aug. 31 LR Christian

Sept. 2 at Beebe

Sept. 9 at Batesville

Sept. 11 Harrison tournament

Sept. 14 North Pulaski

Sept. 16 at CAC

Sept. 18 Russellville tournament

Sept. 23 Sylvan Hills

Sept. 25 Panther Power Jam

Sept. 28 at LR Christian

Sept. 30 Beebe

Oct. 4 at Greenbrier

Oct. 5 Batesville

Oct. 7 at North Pulaski

Oct. 12 CAC

Oct. 19 at Sylvan Hills



Coach: Brittany Newberry; assistant: Cindy Cope

Last year: 12-8, 2nd in conference, lost in first round of state tournament

Top returning 


Morgan May, sophomore, middle blocker; Olivia Meriweather, sophomore, outside hitter; Payton Cope, sophomore, libero; Summerlin Criswell, junior setter; Robbi Riggs, junior, right side.

Newcomers to watch

Regan Bell, junior, outside hitter; Lexi Dather, senior, middle blocker; Sarah Martin, senior, right side.

All-conference or all-star candidates

Summerlin Criswell, Olivia Meriweather

First-year coach Brittany Newberry’s outlook all season

"We have a solid team, and I am very hopeful at our potential this year. The team has worked hard and has great chemistry. I believe this will be a very successful season for the Lady Eagles." 




Aug. 31 at Perryville

Sept. 2 at Rose Bud

Sept. 7 Mayflower

Sept. 9 Atkins

Sept. 14 at St. Joseph

Sept. 16 at Nemo Vista

Sept. 20 at Episcopal Collegiate

Sept. 21 at Harding Academy

Sept. 23 Perryville

Sept. 25 Panther Jam

Sept. 28 Rose Bud

Sept. 30 at Mayflower

Oct. 5 at Atkins

Oct. 7 St. Joseph

Oct. 11 Harding Academy

Oct. 12 Nemo Vista