High School Volleyball
Trinity team heads into GISA schedule
Trinity Christian's two-time GISA state champion volleyball program began its quest for a threepeat last weekend by finishing 4-1 at the Capital City Classic held at Faulkner (Ala.) University.
The GISA schedule opened Tuesday at home against Mount de Sales. Results were unavailable due to early deadline.
The Lady Lions, who lost four players from last year's team that are now on college rosters, defeated the EFCA Saints, Emmanuel Christian Warriors, Central Christian Saints and the Success Unlimited Mustangs in straight sets. All are members of the Alabama Independent Schools Association (AISA).
Trinity's loss came against Covenant Chr i st i an of Huntsville.
'There were many positives that came out of the weekend,' said Lady Lions head coach Joe Camp. 'We started to play together as a team and did a lot of things well.'
Camp consistently juggled the lineup during the tournament 'and it never seemed to impact our play,' he said. 'This group has shown me from day one they can handle that challenge. That gives me a lot of freedom as a coach, which I really like.'