MPCS girls' fall sports have been dominating the competition. Both middle school volleyball teams placed 2nd in the Metro 10 after nearly undefeated seasons. JV volleyball finished their season 21-6 in Area play and placed third out of 20 teams in the multi-state Rally High tournament. The varsity girls volleyball team is currently ranked #1 in the GHSA, AJC, and MaxPreps rankings. After winning back-to-back Area championships, the Lady Eagles are now in the Elite 8 of the State playoffs. Their next match will take place at Holy Innocents this Saturday, tentatively 1:00 p.m. start.
In softball, the middle school Lady Eagles was once again undefeated in Region play for the season. They beat Mt. Pisgah in the Metro 10 Championship and now hold back-to-back championship titles. The varsity girls softball team ended their regular season 18-5 and placed third in the Region competing in GHSA A public and private divisions. For the first time in MPC program history, the Lady Eagles have made it to the Elite 8 State Championship tournament. The girls travel to Columbus for their game against Wesleyan today.
MPC cheerleaders have also begun their competition season with success. Middle school was runner-up in their performance against all Cobb county public schools, and JV has earned first and second place finishes. Varsity cheer is currently undefeated and competes at Woodstock High School this weekend.