Thus far in the very early season, Eads’ head coach Janelle Crow is still looking for the magic combination that will produce results for her young volleyball team. And young they are as the Lady Eagles has nada seniors on their team. Currently, Eads is 0-2 on the early season, dropping contests to Springfield, 3-1 (25-19, 19-25, 10-25, 20-25), and Otis, 3-0 (7-25, 17-25, 13-25)
It was a long weekend for the Lamar Savages softball team as they traveled to the particularly tough Don McCall Tournament, where they saw 4A and 5A teams that are at the top of the state rankings. They would come away with a difficult 1-4 record in the tournament, finally getting the win over Vista Ridge on Saturday, 18-1. Eads’ Miranda Mitchek and Kaylee Wilson traveled with the team and saw a lot of vital varsity time on the field.
We got a chance to catch up with Ty Lin Williams at the Youth Volleyball Camp held in Eads last week. Over the four days of volleyball the Eads High School team helped teach area youth players the basics and instill in them a love for the game.