2021 – 2022
ARE MAY 17 – 20!
The 2021 Volleyball Season is coming, are YOU ready?
- UPDATE 4/7/21 – A current physical is REQUIRED to participate in try outs for the 2021-2022 season! Need an updated physical? Come to Cherokee High School 4/24/21. Registration is required! For complete Details click on the link below!
- Students currently enrolled at EHS: need to turn in a hard copy of their completed physical after they have completed all of the required documents in the portal on canvas. You can find directions here: https://www.cherokeek12.net/etowahhs/Content2/etowahhs-athletics
- Rising 9th graders: must turn in a hard copy of their physical and all required documents to the athletic office at EHS. The athletic office is located in the main gym
- The required forms are the physical completed by your doctor, CCSD Athletic Information Consent Form, Code of Conduct Signature Sheet, and the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness Form
Thank you for an amazing 2020 season! Get ready for 2021!
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2020 Varsity Highlights!
Even with the unprecedented times we all faced in 2020 our Eagles SOARED!
Sydney Bray makes 1st Team All State!
Congratulations to our 2020 All Region Team members!
Sydney Bray – 1st Team All Region
Teagan Barden-Street – 2nd Team All Region
Olivia Tafoya – Honorable Mention
Allie Sierra – Honorable Mention
Etowah JV Wins the 2020 Rally High Tournament!
Congratulations to our 2020 Eagles!
2020: New Year, New Coach,
Same Eagle Spirit!
Etowah Eagles Volleyball is proud to announce that Bryan Jones has joined the Etowah staff as our new Head Coach! Read more about him below. Welcome, Coach Bryan!
Coach Jones brings 20+ years of playing and coaching experience to the volleyball program. He spent 15 years at Pope High School in Cobb County where he was responsible for 522 victories, three state titles in a row (2009-2011), six trips to the State Final Four, four trips to the State Finals, six Cobb County titles, and eight area championships. Coach Jones was also named the Region Coach of the Year 8 times and the State Coach of the Year 3 times during his tenure at Pope.
After stepping down from Pope High School, Bryan began to focus on club volleyball and spend time with his family. Coach Jones is currently teaching Physical Education at E.T. Booth and is married to his supportive wife, Jenny. Coach Jones has 3 children: Sydney who plays soccer at Etowah, Jordyn who will be an Etowah student next year, and Bryce who will be at E.T. Booth next year. When he’s not coaching volleyball, you can find Coach Jones at the soccer fields cheering on all three of his children.
2019 Highlights – Scroll down
Final Four Bound!
Etowah defeats Kennesaw Mountain to advance to Georgia 7A Final Four!
Lassiter at Etowah, Tuesday, October 29th, 6:30pm.
2019 Etowah Eagles Advance to Elite 8!
Etowah defeats Mill Creek in Sweet Sixteen to advance in state playoffs
Senior Savannah Bray sets Georgia high school record for kills in a career
2019 Etowah Varsity
2019 Sequoyah Classic Runner-Up, finishing 2nd out of 32 teams
What does it mean to be a part of the Eagles Volleyball Team?
Etowah Volleyball is a sport for the family… Continue reading here.