Volleyball Playoff Roundup: SAA, SCPS, SVA, & Woodville Bump on

By Prep Sports Report Staff | October 23, 2022

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Four local Georgia High School Association will move on to the elite round (quarterfinals) of the state volleyball playoffs this week. Three teams will be hosting, Savannah Christian, Savannah Arts Academy, and Woodville-Tompkins. Savannah Christian Preparatory School, Savannah Arts Academy, St.Vincent's Academy, and Woodville-Tompkins. St. Vicnet's will be on the road. Below are the final scores and next week's schedule.


October 22, 2022

GHSA Class 7A

Harrison 3, Richmond Hill 0

GHSA Class 6A

Marist 3, Effingham County 1

GHSA Class 4A

Starr's Mill 3, Islands 0

GHSA Class 3A

Savannah Christian 3, Mary Persons 0

St. Vincent's 3, Jackson 0

Columbus 3, Savannah Country Day 2

GHSA Class 2A

Savannah Arts 3, Eagle's Landing Christian 0

GHSA Class 1A

Woodville-Tompkins 3, Taylor County 0 


GHSA Quarterfinals Schedule



GHSA Class 3A

St. Vincent's (27-11) @ Oconee Co. (45-7) Time TBA

Sandy Creek (35-16) @ Savannah Chrisitan (26-13) 5:30 pm

GHSA Class 1A

 Mt. Vernon (18-19) @ Woodville-Tompkins (14-13) Time T5 pm

Wednesday October 26, 2020

GHSA Class 2A

Providence Christian (35-15) @ Savannah Arts Academy (39-4) Time 5 pm

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Optim Orthopedics supports Benedictine Military School, Calvary Day School, Richmond Hill High School, Savannah Country Day, South Effingham High School, and St. Vincent's athletics. Benedictine Military School's team doctor is Dr. David Sedory. The team doctor for Calvary Day School, South Effingham, and Richmond Hill is Dr. David Palmer. Savannah Country Day and St. Vincent's team doctor is Dr. Thomas Alexander. Remember, Optim Orthopedics gets you back into the game

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