Teams compete in the first Foothills Volleyball League tournament (photo courtesy PCVC)

Polk County Volleyball Club Academy is returning for a second season and will hold early registration and a meeting for families on December 3.

PCVC Academy is designed for boys and girls in grades 1-8. Players practice each Sunday at Polk County High School, with a monthly tournament held either at PCHS or in Rutherford County. The Academy season runs from January to April.

Cost for players is $60 per month plus a $25 registration fee and $22 AAU fee. Early registration as well as an information meeting for families will be held December 3 from 1:30-3 p.m. at Polk County High School.

PCHS head coach Molly Hill, who led the Wolverines to the 2023 1A state championship, directs the Academy. Assisting Hill this year will be former Rugby Middle School coach Shawn Corhn, West Henderson assistant coach Allyson Warren and Polk County seniors Zaelea Eller and Ada Kelley.

For more information, contact Hill at 828-894-2525, ext. 402, or mhill [at]