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SW Virginia Conquerors #ECBuzz! notched another victory tonight over RVCS, 8-0. They move to 3-0 on the season (photo: Conquerors Facebook)

SW Virginia Conquerors #ECBuzz! The Conquerors ran strong on Friday capturing first place for both the middle and high school divisions at the Smith Mountain Lake Christian Academy invitational. Congratulations on a great race by all the runners! (photo: Conquerors Facebook)

(by @East Coast Buzz)

SW Virginia Conquerors preseason soccer wraps up next. The regular season begins February 10th. #ECBuzz!

Southwest Virginia Home School Athletic Academy is an interdenominational Christian sports organization that was created in the fall of 2000 to provide opportunities for home schooled students to compete on a competitive interscholastic level. Because we are an interscholastic program, the average time commitment for each player per sport is approximately 2 hours per day, 4 nights per week for the duration of the particular sports season, plus travel time. The boys soccer and volleyball seasons traditionally run from Aug. through Oct. The boys and girls basketball seasons generally run from mid to late Oct. through early March. Girls soccer runs from March through May.

SW Virginia's Conquerors are the 2017 VACA Champions

Inaugural Season! Southwest Virginia Conquerors Cross Country team is off to a great start! The Boys Middle School team has won both of their meets, and JJ John has come in 1st place at both races! Fun start to the team's 1st season

Southwest Virginia Conquerors Volleyball Volleyball Camp

Southwest Virginia Conquerors Alumni Coach Their Own...
Salem resident Hannaleah Hoyt and her friend, Ellee Goad of Roanoke County, both 18, coached the Southwest Virginia Home School Conquerors for the 2016 season which ended Oct. 15, taking second place in the Regional Division JV Championships held at Dayspring School in Blacksburg. Both girls were Conquerors players themselves from the sixth grade until their recent graduations. The team lost so many 2016 seniors that they could not field a varsity team this year, and had an overabundance of JV level players, but no coaches. Hannaleah and Ellee, dedicated to the sport and their former team, rose to the challenge and offered to co-coach the team by themselves!

With a little initial hesitation on the part of some parents, the girls were endorsed and solidly supported through what became a JV Conquerors’ recordbreaking season. Their division record was 8-0; they fell only to Timberlake in the final match of the Regional Championship (25-16, 25-17). Both coaches are students at Virginia Western Community College. Ellee (with her sister Kaylee) also coached this season for Roanoke Catholic Middle School volleyball team. On days when Ellee would be late due to Roanoke Catholic obligations, Hannaleah managed on her own – no parents allowed in the gym.

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Lady Conquerors won their final game for regular season against Faith Christian! First place in Conference! On to Regionals next week!

2013 Life Academy Middle School Invitational Tournament Champions

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