Student led teams spike, dig, and compete for a good cause

The soccer team volleyball squad gets into a huddle before the championship match with the Long Schwengs

TOWAMENCIN- With bandanas tied, knee guards strapped and highly intense matches on all four courts, the annual Student Government led and organized, ICC volleyball tournament, brings out the best competitor in all who participated for another successful year.

“I think it’s a fun activity where you come out, have a good time, and raise money for charity. It’s a great way to see the different clubs in action out here. It’s been going on since I was a student out here and the winning team was good, best team won,” explained Student Government advisor and activities director, Mr. Kyle Berger.

Taking home bragging rights and the title for the 2019 ICC volleyball championship, were the Long Schwengs.  Team members were seniors AJ Patterson, Brett Schwengels, Kevin Abraham, Zach Jayes, Shane Connors, Nate Hartman, Connor Ertel and the team coach, Ryley Fein.  They donated the tournament’s money to their chosen charity, Minithon.

“We worked as a team, came out and had fun and got the win in the end,” said senior Nate Hartman.

“I’m going to Disney World. [The event is] for a good cause, you just come out, it’s only $25 and it’s all for a great cause,” explained senior, Kevin Abraham.

Get your squad together and start training juniors, sophomores and freshman as next year’s ICC volleyball tournament will be the event you don’t want to miss as the 2020 volleyball tournament champion title is up for grabs.