Archives: Volleyball

Christmas 2011

December 23, 2011 | By Patrick | No Comments | Filed in: Christmas, CMS, HKS, MMS, PAS, Vacation, Volleyball.

As with years past (2010, 2009, 2008), I put together a photo collage to include in our Christmas card this year. If you’re on our “nice” list, you will receive your very own copy this week (if I ever get the labels printed and put on the envelopes). Without further adieu, here is this year’s • Read More »

Calling it a career

December 11, 2011 | By Patrick | No Comments | Filed in: HKS, Volleyball.

Congratulations to Hannah for wrapping up her high school volleyball career this fall. The 2011 team finished 4th in the conference – the best in her 4 years at Marshall. As with most years, there were a couple of matches that could have gone in the “W” column, but maybe they overachieved and took a • Read More »


May 8, 2011 | By Patrick | No Comments | Filed in: HKS, Vacation, Volleyball.

As usual, I’m a little behind in my updates. Let’s start with Easter weekend. When Hannah’s volleyball schedule was released, we saw the final tournament was going to be in Louisville, Kentucky in April. A bit of a drive, not too bad, we can easily get there in a day. Oh, it’s over Easter weekend. • Read More »

A little bit of everything

March 27, 2011 | By Patrick | No Comments | Filed in: CMS, Geek, Gymnastics, HKS, PAS, Volleyball.

This blog is supposed to be about our family, right? Apparently, nothing happens for a month, something short is written, then another month goes by, then a quick post is written, rinse, repeat. Since it’s been a while – oh, about a month – I’ll get in a bunch of updates here. On the vehicle • Read More »

A rare but wonderful win

October 13, 2010 | By Patrick | No Comments | Filed in: HKS, Volleyball.

In what will probably prove to be their final win of the season, the Marshall volleyball team took care of the New Glarus Glarner Knights (it’s a Swiss thing) in four sets on Tuesday. (The nomenclature changed a year or two ago to rename games as “sets.” As with most things, this filtered down from • Read More »