SCCPSS Middle School Volleyball Championship: Godley Station Stallions Dig Championship After Thrilling Victory over Stem

By Special to the Prep Sports Report & Prep Sports Report Staff | November 17, 2023

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In one of the most thrilling championship matches in recent memory, the Godley Station Lady Stallions defeated the STEM Lady Ravens 2-1 Wednesday night in the “ Pit” at Savannah Arts Academy.

With the win, Godley Station, coached by Heather Gillespie, finished the season 9-1. Lyleigh Bradshaw was named Outstanding Player for the Lady Stallions.

STEM suffered their first loss and finished the season 11-1. Head Coach William Buckley III and Assistant Coach Karla Davis lead STEM. Macy Watkins was named Outstanding Player for the Lady Ravens.
Godley Station won the regular season West Division and defeated Oglethorpe Charter 2-0 in the Quarterfinals and Ellis 2-0 in the Semis.STEM won the regular season East Division and defeated Rice Creek 2-0 in the Quarterfinals and Garrison 2-0 in the Semis.

Godley Station Volleyball Roster 23-24

Bell Layla
Bradshaw Lyleigh
Hassan Sabanati
Hudgins Penelope
Jones Khloe
Jordan Kadence
Kumar Janani
Lugodionicio Rochelle
Martinez Isabella
Mobley Paris
Sasser Ada-Kat
Schultz Journee
Tibbs Anderson
Vasquez Des’Zaria
Vickerie Wayanna
Wright London

Coach : Heather Gillespie/ Jason Gillespie


2023 STEM Academy Volleyball Roster 23-24

Addison Hatcher
Alex Mackowiak
Alyssa Gibson
Ava Dancey
Camille Vercilino
Claire Bennett
Delanie Lanier
Isabella Jaqua
Izabella Schehl
Jentle Jones
Kathryn Parrish
Macy Watkins
McKay Bennett
Mia Whitmore
Riley Heino
Sophie Heisler

Head Coach William Buckley III

Assistant Coach Karla Davis


PHOTO CREDIT: SCCPSS Athletic Department

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