Educate - Motivate - Inspire
Steubenville City Schools



  • Leah Ferguson
  • Rhiannon Petrisko

2022 Volleyball Schedule (Click to download)




Monday, 8/15/22
@ Indian Valley (scrimmage)
5:30 pm
Saturday, 8/20/22
vs Carrollton
10:00 am
Monday, 8/22/22
@ Beaver Local
5:30 pm
Wednesday, 8/24/22
vs Indian Creek
5:00 pm
Saturday, 8/27/22
vs Beaver Local
10:00 am
Thursday, 9/1/22
vs East Liverpool
5:30 pm
Thursday, 9/8/22
vs Bellaire
5:00 pm
Saturday, 9/10/22
vs Harrison Central
10:00 am
Tuesday, 9/13/22
@ Martins Ferry
5:30 pm
Saturday, 9/17/22
vs St. Clairsville
10:00 am
Monday, 9/19/22
vs Martins Ferry
5:00 pm
Wednesday, 9/21/22
@ East Liverpool
5:30 pm
Thursday, 9/22/22
@ Wellsville
5:00 pm
Monday, 9/26/22
@ Bellaire
5:30 pm
Tuesday, 9/27/22
@ Harrison Central
5:30 pm
Saturday, 10/1/22
@ Carrollton
10:00 am
Tuesday, 10/4/22
vs Wellsville
5:00 pm
Wednesday, 10/5/22
@ Indian Creek
5:00 pm
Saturday, 10/8/22
Bellaire Tournament

Volleyball Recap for 2022

The 8th grade Volleyball Team at HMS was a force to be reckoned with this year. After having a losing record their 7th grade year, they improved to a record of 12-7. The hard work and dedication they put in throughout the season lead them to win many games against teams they used to lose to. 
In the Bellaire Volleyball Tournament, the team finished 3rd out of 12 teams. They grew as volleyball players, but more importantly as teammates this season and if they keep up their hard work, dedication, determination, and stick together-they will do great things on and off the court in the coming years. 
The 7th grade team and coaches wish the girls the best of luck with the rest of their 8th grade activities and their new adventure into high school! We will miss you and can’t wait to see all the awesome things you will accomplish! 

Being led by a strong 8th-grade team, the 7th-grade volleyball team at HMS saw the shoes they needed to fill and they did just that! With this being the first time playing volleyball for most of the girls on the 7th grade, they picked up on learning the game and getting better at something each practice. All their hard work let them finish their season with a record of 10-10. Each game they lost was never a down moment in the season, but instead, the girls used it as a lesson to learn something from and adjusted their game to get better each day. Beyond individual growth of each player’s skill on the 7th-grade team, together they grew as family both on and off the court. The 7th grade battled their way through the Bellaire tournament, just falling short in the semifinals. The coaches are extremely proud of these young ladies and are excited for them all to reach their highest potential as they continue along in their athletic careers.  

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