Valley Forge Girls Varsity Volleyball

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A Season of Growth – Volleyball Recap

     Year one is in the books for first year head coach Kassidy Klefman-Stilwell. She introduced new workouts, ideals, new ways of understanding, execution, and a mentality to the program. Haley Onderak blocked more than her previous seasons. McKenzie Anderson had to work harder and change her form in her senior year to maintain

Volleyball Celebrates Their Seniors / Beats Parma for the Second Time!

October 1, The Lady Patriots hosted the Parma Redmen volleyball team for the second matchup of the season. The night was filled with emotions, not only as a result of the friendly rivalry, but the team also celebrated their 2020 seniors. McKenzie Anderson, Haley Onderak, Alexis Smith, and McKenna Greene. Prior to the start of the

Volleyball Mid Season Report

The Varsity Volleyball team is off to a slow start with a record of 2-10. The team starts out strong in most of our first sets and often shows signs of great improvement.  Consistency seems to be the struggle for the Patriots this season so far. To this point the match of the year was a

Volleyball Season Preview

When asked to coach the program, first year head coach Kassidy Klefman-Stilwell was warned of the lack of effort, commitment level, and player attitudes.  “I knew this was a challenge I wanted to take on.  Valley Forge is my alma mater and a place where I played four years of varsity volleyball.  I had a

Volleyball Team Store Now Open

VOLLEYBALL is now open! Find items that I’ve picked out specifically for our team. There is also spiritwear available for your family and friends. Check out the shop details below. OUR SHOP DETAILS – Shop Now: – Store Open From: July 30 – August 12, 2019 Click Link Below      

Kassidy Klefman-Stilwell named new Volleyball Coach

Kassidy Klefman-Stilwell began her volleyball career at age 7.  She participated in both the Cleveland Volleyball Company and Maverick Volleyball Club Junior Olympic programs for ten years, winning an open division National Championship in 2011 on a team rated number one in the country. She was 1 of 10 selected to play on the Ohio