St. Mary’s (Oak Ridge) Lady Crusaders Varsity Volleyball Team Crowned Season and Tournament Champions for the Third Consecutive Year

VB ChampsThe Knoxville Independent School League (K.I.S.L.) held its annual Volleyball Tournament last week at St. Joseph’s School with the finals being held on Friday, October 2nd.
The St. Mary’s varsity volleyball team from Oak Ridge took first place in the regular season and swept the tournament securing their 3rd consecutive Championship.
“We never dropped a set” said Coach Rob Halcrow beaming with excitement. “A THREE-PEAT! We couldn’t be happier to have won both the season and tournament for the last three years”, he added.
Coach Laura McKenna said, “Their hard work paid off big-time. This is a fabulous group of girls that gave it their all on and off the court”.
VB Father SheltonWhen asked how they did it, coach Halcrow had this to say… “Dedication from everyone involved. The tremendous job of our athletic director; giving us the support we needed to be successful, each player’s willingness to commit to every practice and game without fail, and our wonderful parents who without their support none of this would be possible.”
St. Mary’s Catholic School is located in Oak Ridge and was established in 1950 to provide a Christ-centered education to students in Pre-K through the 8th grade. For more information about our school, please call (865) 483-9700 or visit